During the nineteenth century, great craftsmen turned their attention to the production of dental furniture as manufacturers attempted to meet the needs of a growing population that was more able to afford dental care.
a typical nineteenth century dental office
Morrison dental chair with spittoon by S.S. White, dentist’s stool by Smith, foot dental engine by S.S. White, Holmes bracket table with S.S. White bracket, Electro-Dental MFG. Co. Rhein cluster light (ca. 1911), quarter-sewn oak dental cabinet (ca. 1902) by The Harvard Co.