Journal back issues

The current issue (Volume 35 – 2021) of Regional Furniture is only available to RFS members, but back issues are published on this website after a three year delay. You can read these online, download or print them free of charge using the links below. An Excel copy of this index, which contains the links to the articles published on this page may be downloaded here.


Volume 35 – 2021 (to be published online 2024)

  • A Carpenter’s Study of the Chapter House Vestibule Door, Westminster Abbey. Peter Massey and Paul Reed
  • What’s the Use of a Mediaeval Desk? Reconsidering a Landmark of Early Furniture at the V&A. Nick Humphrey
  • Leicestershire Windsor Chairs – Howes That?. Julian Parker
  • The Scottish Caquetoire Chair. Stephen Jackson
  • A Triangular Gothic Stool Previously Owned by S.W. Wolsey. Christopher Pickvance

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

Volume 33 – 2019 (to be published online 2022)

  • Leeds and West Yorkshire Carved Oak Furniture of the Seventeenth Century. Peter Brears
  • HUBBARD GRANTHAM and I HUBBARD GRANTHAM: a Late Georgian Windsor Chairmakers’ Whodunnit. William Sergeant and Julian Parker
  • The Great Chair of Sir Ralph Warburton, 1603. Adam Bowett
  • Current Developments in the Scientific Dating of Wood. Martin Bridge
  • Triangular Gothic Stools: a Further note. Christopher Pickvance

Volume 32 – 2018


Volume 31 – 2017


Volume 30 – 2016


Volume 29 – 2015


Volume 28 – 2014


Volume 27 – 2013


Volume 26 – 2012


Volume 25 – 2011 


Volume 24 – 2010:


Volume 23 – 2009:  A Biographical Dictionary of Nineteenth Century Antique and Curiosity Dealers, Mark Westgarth


Volume 22 – 2008: London Furniture


Volume 21 – 2007: furniture in churches


Volume 20 – 2006: the 2006 Journal was entitled A Dictionary of Norfolk Furniture Makers, 1700-1840 by John Stabler.  It is also available in book form; for further details see here.


Volume 19  – 2005


Volume 18 – 2004


Volume 17 – 2003: The 2003 Journal was titled Roger Warner: Memoirs of a Twentieth Century Antique Dealer. It is also available in book form at the price of £20.00.


Volume 16 – 2002 : The 2002 Journal focused upon Scottish furniture comprising five articles of original research into furniture connected to Scotland, and a complete reprint of ‘The Glasgow Cabinet Maker’s Book of Prices’ 1806.


Volume 15 – 2001


Volume 14  – 2000 


Volume 13 –  1999


Volume 12 – 1998:  the 1998 Journal concentrated on the work of Gillow’s of Lancaster 


Volume 11 – 1997


Volume 10 – 1996


Volume 9 – 1995


Volume 8 – 1994


Volume 7 – 1993: An Anthology of Regional Furniture with Maker’s Identification


Volume 6 – 1992


Volume 5 – 1991


Volume 4 – 1990


Volume 3 – 1989


Volume 2 – 1988


Volume 1 – 1987