Chair styles used in the book. Bentwood: Late Fiddle: Characteristic of Queen Anne style. Sheaf: Can also be a splat which is pierced in the same style. Late Pierced Splat: Characteristic of Chippendale designs.
Chair and table legs exhibit many of the features that distinguish furniture styles; the leg is usually a good indicator of type. Early Georgian furniture is based on Queen Anne; later styles show classic influence.
ASCP Paris Grey, clear wax on dark-stained Queen Anne dressing table. New crystal knobs, tinted glass tops, and a touch of silver leaf applied to the ornate molding at top of the mirror. By Debbie Wood.
Exceptional Queen Anne Inlaid and Figured Walnut High Chest of Drawers, Ipswich, Massachusetts, circa 1755 - appears to retain its original finials and oversized cast brass hardware. Height 90 in. by Width 42 in. by Depth 23 in.