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.
Volume 34 – 2020 (to be published online 2023)
- Regional Differences in Medieval Chest Construction:
A Dendrochronological and Comparative Study of the
Buxted, Sussex, and Hindringham and Walcott, Norfolk Pin-Hinged Clamped Chests. Christopher Pickvance.
- Windsor Chairs, Children’s Carts, German Stools, Rustic Chairs, Summerhouses and Perambulators: The Webbs (and Bunce and Carter), Dells, Priors and Trotmans. Julian Parker.
- Antiquarianism in Early Victorian Rochdale: The Trinity Chapel at St Chad’s. Adam Bowett.
- The Red Gum Bookcase: South Australia’s Earliest and Most Enigmatic Piece of Colonial Furniture. Justin Gare
- Jerome Denny Bright of Saxmundham, Clock and Watchmaker, Businessman and Subsequently a Cabinet-Maker and Upholsterer. Robert Williams.
- Hybrid Windsors for Military Use: An Adaptation by James Elliott & Sons, High Wycombe. Sarah Medlam
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The contents of the most recent issue are listed below; the contents of past volumes are listed here, on the back issues page.