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- Untitled. Mehle, Aileen // WWD: Women's Wear Daily;11/12/1993, Vol. 166 Issue 94, p4
Reports on Viscount David Linley's promotion of his book `Classical Furniture.' Linley as the son of Princess Margaret; Party at the apartment of Ann and Gordon Getty; Dinner with prominent people.
- A royal with designs. Drinkwater, Ros // In Britain;Jun98, Vol. 8 Issue 6, p20
Focuses on David Linley, designer and maker of hand-crafted furniture. Contents of his book `Extraordinary Furniture'; Remarks from Linley about past designers who were able to create hand-crafted furniture without the commercial pressures of the 20th century; Favorite hand-crafted furniture of...
- DISCERNING EYE: DAVID LINLEY. Brady, Sallie // Art & Antiques;Jun2007, Vol. 30 Issue 6, p32
The article presents an interview with David Linely, a furniture-maker. When asked how did he end up as a cabinetmaker he stated that he was obsessed with marquetry techniques and beautiful pieces and was trained by John Makepeace. Linely stated that he will be exhibiting the Finsbury Desk, an...
- Boxing David. York, Peter // Vanity Fair;Jun94, Vol. 57 Issue 6, p96
Features British noble and furniture maker David Linley. Parentage; Customers of Linley's furniture business; Linley's construction of cigar humidors that look like houses; Linley's career as designer and furniture-maker.
- Book reviews: Arts & humanities. Bartos, Barbara // Library Journal;10/1/1993, Vol. 118 Issue 16, p92
Reviews the book `Classical Furniture,' by David Linley.
- A chip off the old block. Etherington-Smith, Meredith; Sykes, Christopher Sim // Town & Country;May93, Vol. 147 Issue 5156, p66
Reports on a new shop that will open in London, England in May 1993 called David Linley Furniture Ltd., owned by David Linley who is a nephew of Queen Elizabeth II. Style of cabinetry it will sell; His approach to his craft; Description of the business; Linley's background.
- Luxe Life. M. D. // American Salon;Nov2008, Vol. 131 Issue 11, p40
The article evaluates the limited-edition Luxe Keepsake Box designed by David Linley.
- Functional art. Seaman, Donna // Booklist;9/15/94, Vol. 90 Issue 2, p115
Reviews the books `Tiles: 1,000 Years of Architectural Decoration,' by Hans van Lemmen, `Classical Furniture,' by David Linley, and `The Plastics Age: From Bakelite to Beanbags and Beyond,' edited by Penny Sparke.
- Austere Luminosity of Chinese Classical Furniture (Book). McClelland, David // Library Journal;12/1/2001, Vol. 126 Issue 20, p116
Reviews the book 'Austere Luminosity of Chinese Classical Furniture,' by Sarah Handler.