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Extendable Table/Card Table in the Queen Anne Style

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Item features Extendable Table/Card Table in the Queen Anne Style

the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries
Country/place of origin
Type of wood/material
walnut and walnut burl
78 cm
80 cm
42 cm po rozłożeniu 84 cm

Extendable Table/Card Table in the Queen Anne Style

We present you this extendable card table in the Queen Anne style.


The Queen Anne style in furniture making and internal furnishing was popularized in England during the reign of Anna Stuart (1702-1714). In furniture making, it was characterized by the Eclectic combination of the late Renaissance and Baroque forms, as well as Dutch and Far Eastern influences (the use of lacquer). The favorite material was walnut wood. The furniture was lighter than in the Baroque, had smooth, fluid shapes, and was characterized by comfort, and moderate decorations. The forms of acanthus leaves and shells dominated in the ornamentation. New types of furniture became popular then, such as: couch, desk, cabinet-bookcase, and linen closet.

Later on, a different version of the style was developed -- more ornamental. The Queen Anne style was an inspiration for English ebénistes and furniture designers, such as: T. Chippendale, G. Hepplewhite, and T. Sheraton.


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