- Thomas,1751–1806, English cabinetmaker and furniture designer.
- of the style of furniture designed by Sheraton.
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Contemporary Examples of sheraton
As she ducked out of the Sheraton fundraiser, she met a group of women coming at her on the up escalator.How the Left Cut Down a Democratic Frontrunner
May 12, 2014
Then she blacked out the name of the woman who had spent the night at the Sheraton Hotel.A Woman Blogger’s Scoop Helped Save Tunisia From Islamists
Thomas A. Bass
April 6, 2014
Historical Examples of sheraton
I shall squander every penny on things Chippendale and Sheraton and Hepplewhite.Athalie
Robert W. Chambers
The Sheraton furniture and the chintzes suited the style of her beauty.The Explorer
W. Somerset Maugham
Then came the popularity of the designs of the Adam Brothers and Sheraton.Chats on Household Curios
Fred W. Burgess
Also, I want someone who can tell a Sheraton piece from Empire.Polly's Business Venture
Lillian Elizabeth Roy
Here, miss, she said; you know the Sheraton chiffonier in the drawing-room?Girls of the True Blue
L. T. Meade
- Thomas. 1751–1806, English furniture maker, author of the influential Cabinet-Maker and Upholsterer's Drawing Book (1791)
- denoting furniture made by or in the style of Thomas Sheraton
Word Origin and History for sheraton
severe style of late 18c. English furniture, 1883, from name of cabinetmaker Thomas Sheraton (1751-1806). The family name is from a place in Durham, late Old English Scurufatun (c.1040), probably "farmstead of a man called Skurfa" (an old Scandinavian personal name). The hotel chain dates from 1937 and has no obvious direct connection.