Queen Anne is lighter and less chunky in appearance in comparison to earlier furniture, exhibiting a change in taste in the early 1700s.
There are some quintessential examples of Queen Anne styling, however, including highboys, lowboys, and the Hogarth chair, as mentioned by Frank Farmer Loomis IV in .
C417 Mid 20th century Silhouette of a wooden carved Loon, with etched wings, left side showing original paint there is paint lost on the right side due to the weather. Ogee molded edge on bottom of skirt.circa 1790 -1810 C410 Mid 19th century two piece Stepback Secretary Desk, two glass door book case over three small drawers, the bottom case has three graduated drawers with the old red paint, over the original salmon , the mullions of the glass doors have the original oyster white paint ,twelve glazed window lites, with the original beautiful waive glass. RM645 Late 19th century robin egg blue double hanging Wall Box , from Bucks Co Pennsylvania north of Philadelphia in the small town of Quakertown.original dry blue paint , the Wall Box has a high arched back with a hole for hanging, wire nail construction C405 19th century Pennsylvania Drysink with beautiful dry red paint, the well of the drysink is dovetailed , the sides are one board and double mortised thought the well, Two doors that are a full mortis with a single panel the interior shelves are dovetailed into the end boards.
High shaped back splash, Two board back one being very wide, circa 1850 the wood is white pine X561 Mid 19th century Pennsylvania small Civil War Lap Desk circa 1860 , with the original red paint, applied molding around lid and base, square nail construction, with lock, name is written on inside of Desk and on the bottom "W.
Staved and wire strapped construction, beautiful dry blue paint. X474 Late 18th century Pennsylvania Country Hepplewhite pine work table with flip top secured with original wooden pegs , old gray paint over the original red, with a dovetailed drawer with the original knob, dovetailed cleats, a mortised dovetailed bow -tie repair done when the table was made to keep the board from splitting. C414 A nice large 19th century wooden bowl with beautiful vibrant yellow paint on the exterior, wide band around the top edge of the bowl, nice dry patina on the interior in good condition, with a hole for hanging Sold!
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Furniture crafted in the Queen Anne style dates from the 1720s to approximately 1750 in England, although the ruler it is named after died in 1714.
In the United States production ran longer, right up to 1800 or so.