Basic English Furniture Styles The following criteria will help you determine if your old furniture is an English-made antique. Queen Anne Early 18th century Woods used: Walnut, also, cherry, mahogany, maple and oak. Description: Graceful curves, curved (cabriole) leg, with no rungs or stretchers; minimal decoration, very simple; scallop-shell mount.
Basic English Furniture Styles The following criteria will help you determine if your old furniture is an English-made antique. Queen Anne Early 18th century Woods used: Walnut, also, cherry, mahogany, maple and oak. Description: Graceful curves, curved (cabriole) leg, with no rungs or stretchers; minimal decoration, very simple; scallop-shell mount. is creative inspiration for us.
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