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shaker STYLE - Ladder back, simple, structural lines
Upholstered pieces: LawsonA sofa with square back and arms at a lower level than the back.
Chair Backs: lyre
Decorative feature: reedingParallel lines of rounded molding Associated with Sheraton
Case goods: buffet
Tables: pedestal A table with a single center support
Case goods: buffet A large sideboard with drawers and cupboards
Legs: Turned Circular leg sometimes with decorationElaborate associated with Victorian Simple associated with Early American
Case goods: wardrobe/armoireA standing closet used for clothes
Chair backs: shield
Chairs: splatback A chair with a slat of wood in the middle of the chair back.
Feet: Pad Simple rounded carved foot Associated with Queen Anne
Decorative feature: turning
Carved claw grasping a ball Associated withFeet: ball and claw Carved claw grasping a ball Associated with Chippendale
Tables: Gate-leg A table with one or two drop leaves that are supported when in use by a hinged leg swung out from the frame
Upholstered pieces: camelbackA back with a hump-shaped curve on a sofa or other piece of furniture
Chair backs: splat
Upholstered pieces: tuxedo sofasAn upholstered sofa with slightly curved arms that are the same height as the back
Decorative feature: pediment
Upholstered pieces: ottomanA low upholstered seat, or footstool, without a back or arms that typically serves also as a box, with the seat hinged to form a lid
STYLE - Lyre back, splayed legs, laurel leavesDuncan phyfe STYLE - Lyre back, splayed legs, laurel leaves
A tall chest of drawers on legsCase goods: high Boy A tall chest of drawers on legs
Case goods: wardrobe/armoire
Case goods: secretary A writing desk fitted with drawers, one of which can be pulled out and the front lowered to provide a flat writing surface.
Upholstered pieces: camelback
chippendale STYLE - Ball and claw foot, ears, Chinese influence- black lacquer Japanning, camelback couch
An upright wooden chair without armsChairs: side An upright wooden chair without arms
STYLE - Square back, tapered legsSheraton STYLE - Square back, tapered legs
Decorative Features: Finial
Legs: Cambriole Curved leg in the shape of an animal’s legAssociated with Queen Anne
Decorative feature: reeding
Queen Anne STYLE - cabriole leg, pad foot, shell motif, wing chair
Decorative feature: fluting
Modern/contemporary May use one or more materials in construction—glass, wood, metal and plastics, textiles
hepplewhite STYLE - Shield back, tapered legs
Legs: Splayed Leg with a concave shape Associated with Duncan Phyfe
Early american STYLE - turned legs, square, blocky with plank seat or cane seat
Upholstered pieces: Lawson
Decorative feature: turningAn ornamental element of furniture produced by rotating a wood dowel on a lathe, and shaping the dowel with cutting tools
Upholstered pieces: tuxedo sofas
Legs: Tapered Straight leg gradually decreasing in widthAssociated with Sheraton Hepplewhite
Feet: Bun Rounded foot, flatter than a ball foot Associated withEarly American Queen Anne
Feet: Bracket Angular curved foot, usually used with case piecesAssociated with Early American Chippendale Hepplewhite
Case goods: secretary
Chair Backs: lyre Lyre-shaped central splatAssociated with Duncan Phyfe
Chair backs: ladder Chair back with equally spaced horizontal flat slats, either straight or curved Associated with Shaker
Chair backs: splat The vertical central element of a chair back. It may be carved, vase, or fiddle shaped Vase shaped associated with Queen Anne and Chippendale
Chair backs: shield Shield shaped chair backAssociated with Hepplewhite
Decorative Features: FinialDecorative turning affixed to the tops of case furniture, and chair and bed posts Associated with Early American Queen Anne Chippendale Shaker
Case goods: high Boy
Decorative feature: pedimentOrnamentation typically found on top of case goods Could be broken, scroll Associated with Chippendale
Decorative feature: flutingCarved or molded vertical channels Associated with Hepplewhite Sheraton Duncan Phyfe
Upholstered pieces: ottoman
Chairs: Windsor A wood chair whose back and sides consist of multiple thin, turned spindles that are attached to a solid, sculpted seat
Chairs: wing A high-backed armchair with side pieces projecting from the back, originally in order to protect the sitter from drafts
Feet: ball and claw
Chairs: arm A comfortable chair, typically upholstered, with side supports for a person’s arms
Chair backs: ladder
Victorian STYLE - Very ornate, tufting, elaborate carvings on wood parts
Chairs: ladderback A chair with a back consisting of two upright posts connected by horizontal slats
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