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Rare c.1880 Hand-Carved
Eastlake Calendar Clock

"The Eastlake Movement was a nineteenth century architectural and household design reform movement started
by architect and writer Charles Eastlake (1836–1906). His book Hints on Household Taste in Furniture,
 Upholstery, and Other Details posited that furniture and decor in people's homes should be made by hand or
machine workers who took personal pride in their work. Manufacturers in the United States used the
drawings and ideas in the book to create mass-produced Eastlake Style or Cottage furniture. The geometric
ornaments, spindles, low relief carvings and incised lines were designed to be affordable and easy to clean;
nevertheless, many of the designs resulted in being artistically complex. The movement is generally considered
part of the late Victorian period in terms of broad antique furniture
designations." Source

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