Dating table legs
It's that twisty design Words of the Day: Posted by Buzz Kaplan at So does that mean it's a crummy antique? But that doesn't mean this piece of furniture was made in the 18th century.
In fact, it is a Louis XV revival desk made in the late 19th century, most likely by the renowned Parisian copyist T. Some of the 19th century copies of 18th century styles are even more valuable than the older pieces.
Buzz Kaplan is Executive Director of C. Our specialty at C. The answer is that in the 19th century, a favorite candy was a sweet barley sugar twist stick and it looked just like this 17th and early 18th century leg--and the name stuck!
Look at this leg: But a leg CAN tell you when a style was first introduced and that is one important step in identifying an antique's age and period. About the Antiquarian Buzz Kaplan. Can you tell how old an antique is just by the shape of its leg?
About the Antiquarian
Affectionately, Miss Martha Angus. They're just different and must be judged on their own merits.
I don't think so. What's the difference dating table legs AR Those phrases tell you it's later than the midth century.
Well, no, not the exact date it was created, because classic leg designs are copied to this day. Newer Post Older Post Home. HI Buzz, Has anyone ever made learning antique furniture history so much fun as you do?
It's shapely curves identify it as a cabriole pronounced "CAB ree ole" leg and that type of leg was first introduced in the 18th century. Mariani is 18th century Italian, French and English furniture, lighting, and accessories.
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