Dating antique furniture legs

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When identifying antique chairs, it's important to have a basic knowledge of the significant design periods and the important types of chairs. A good place to start when identifying furniture is often to figure out what period it's from. You might not be able to tell what period the chair is from, but you can get a sense of what kind of chair it is and when it was made by identifying what chair type category it fits into. This in turn might help you trace it back to its period of origin.
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What Are the Various Styles of Furniture Legs?

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A spool-turned or bobbin bed furnishes this traditional bedroom in Georgia. Its antecedents of the s, as well as early examples dating from the Elizabethan Revival of the s, were overshadowed by the mass quantities manufactured after the s. The machine-made pieces—commonly small tables and stools made of oak or maple—are readily found in casual antiques markets. Yet among Victorian-era furniture styles, spool furniture is one of the few still manufactured and sold today.
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Identifying Antique Furniture

When different furniture designs put your mind in a twist, examine the legs to determine the furniture's individual style. When you know the styles, you can combine antique or reproduction furniture pieces from several periods to create an eclectic mix in your home. Beside identifying the style, chair and table legs can help you to identify the period and whether the item fits well with other furnishings. Legs can have detailed carvings down the length or be turned on a lathe -- a tool that cuts the outer circumference of the leg as it turns in place horizontally. Adam and baluster legs generally have the same width that runs the length of the leg, except for where the Adam leg slightly rounds at the foot.
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There are many different feet and legs used on antique furniture throughout the centuries and below is examples of the different styles used. A bun foot can often be seen on Victorian and sometimes earlier pieces of antique furniture. The bun foot is a turned bulbous shaped foot that resembles a slightly flattened ball shape or sometimes is bulbous in shape with a smaller turned section at the bottom. It originally appeared in William and Mary furniture but it was the most popular foot in the Victorian furniture but can also be seen in some regency and William IV furniture.
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