The Society’s journal Regional Furniture is published annually. It contains the latest research on British provincial and vernacular furniture and related subjects. The editor invites submissions from all contributors, whether you are a professional academic or interested amateur. See Guidelines for Contributors for further information.
The most recent three years’ issues are available to members only. Back issues are held at a number of libraries across the UK. For a comprehensive listing use this link to worldcat.org. The particular holdings, access, loan and reader arrangements will be specific to each institution.
The contents of the most recent issue are listed below; the contents of past volumes are listed here.
Volume 32 – 2018
- A Social History of Oak Furniture in Cumbria, Peter Brears
- A Triangular Gothic Stool, part 2: carbon dating and other evidence, Aidan Harrison
- Customers and Distributors of Gillows’ Eighteenth-Century Windsor Chairs, John Boram
- The Elusive Turn-pin Chair, Julian Parker
- Joseph Newton, Windsor Chair Maker of Fenton, Lincolnshire, William Sergeant
- Early Elizabethan Chests at Sizergh Castle, Megan Wheeler
- A French Furniture Maker and the Courtly Style’ in Sixteenth-Century Scotland, Michael Pearce