Queen Anne End Tables

queen anne end tables
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  • The Queen Anne Style in Britain means either the English Baroque architectural style roughly of the reign of Queen Anne (1702–14), or a revived form that was popular in the last quarter of the 19th century and the early decades of the 20th century.
  • Denoting a style of English furniture or architecture characteristic of the early 18th century. The furniture is noted for its simple, proportioned style and for its cabriole legs and walnut veneer; the architecture is characterized by the use of red brick in simple, basically rectangular designs
  • Queen Anne (also recorded as Ann) (ca. 1650 - ca. 1715) succeeded to the position of chief of the Pamunkey tribe in 1686 after her aunt Cockacoeske died. This was nearly a decade after Bacon's Rebellion.
  • Very famous 18th century style characteristically known for simple designs and soft shapes.
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  • Usually bought in pairs, they accent the style of the coffee table or other furniture. Usually placed at the end of the sofa, it is a very important piece of a living room set.

Blue aqua Victorian cottage...J.F. Lawler historic home
Blue aqua Victorian cottage...J.F. Lawler historic home
J. F. Lawler house in Oregon City, Oregon, 1904. This house is a modest interpretation of the Queen Anne style, sitting under a front gable roof with a second gable projecting out from the south side. This side of the house features a recessed porch under a low hip roof that also covers a rectangular bay just east of the porch. The hip corner is supported by a turned column at the corner, and a decorative scroll cut balustrade encircles the porch. Other ornamentation includes stickwork and scroll cut woodwork in the gable ends. The gables feature shallow enclosed eaves and wide rake and frieze boards. The house is primarily clad with horizontal drop siding, finished with cornerboards, but the upper portions of the gable ends are clad with hexagonal imbrication above a string course. A second string course exists above the heads of the first floor windows, which are 1/1 double-hung wood sash. A full water table with cap makes the transition from the drop siding to the concrete foundation.
bookstore entrance
bookstore entrance
Queen Anne table and end table made by me from Real Life Miniatures kit...loaded desk and double rolled scroll on table by Marilyn Crockett...crock with lid by Graber...silver pitcher by Acquisto...sconce on wall made in a class with Judy Andraka...books made in a class with Shirley Whitworth

queen anne end tables
See also:
sofa and console tables
top storage coffee table
long wooden table
8 person dining table
parson coffee table
contemporary table bases
antique white console table