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The Jamestown Lounge Company was formed in 1888 by Arthur Greenlund, Hurlburt Phillips, Theodore Hanchett and Lynn Cornell. It produced high quality furniture and is best known for its Feudal Oak lounges and sofas; although in the early 1900’s they also produced non-upholstered pieces that included tables, headboards and chairs.
Feudal Oak refers to the line of furniture that was made of ornately carved, heavy oak frames and hand waxed to a lavish shine. The heavy wax was also practical in that it protected the natural oak wood from scratching or easily damaging. In most cases, the wood used for these pieces were twice the thickness of that used in other furniture and it had an almost rustic appearance. The upholstery varied but was very luxurious and plush. For these reasons, Feudal Oak furniture pieces are widely collectible today and can bring in from hundreds of dollars for a single side table to tens of thousands of dollars for prime sitting room furniture.
The 34th Annual Oaks Corner Antique Show sponsored by the Oaks Corners Presbyterian Church in Geneva, New York will be held July 4th 2009. This large annual show features antique and collectibles dealers selling antique furniture, vintage collectibles, art, crafts and much more. The Oaks Corner Antique Show is open rain or shine from 9 am to 3 pm on both days and food as well as parking is plentiful.