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n The Substyles of Victorian Furniture
hi The How and Who of Victorian Furniture
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18 inches 20 inches AA to AAA arched top arms balancing baluster baluster-turned base Belter black walnut bracket feet brass cabinetmakers cabriole legs carcase cartouche carved central Chest of Drawers conforming cornice cresting crotch-grain veneer cupboard curved cyma-curved decorated desk doors dowel joints drawer fronts Eastlake eight inches ends escutcheons etagere feet six inches finger-molded finials fitted flanked flat foliated four inches frame front legs full-width drawer furniture factories inches deep inches high inches long inches tall inches wide inset metal keyhole Louis XV lower edge mahogany maple matching medallion metal keyhole surround mirror molded edge motifs mushroom-turned wooden knobs ornamented pediment pendent pieces pierced plain rosewood scroll-cut seat rail serpentined shaped shelf shelves Side Chair six feet skirt slightly overhanging sofa sometimes spindles spool-turned square stiles stretcher substyle supported surmounted tapering top rail turned upholstered uprights Victorian wavy molding wood wooden keyhole rosettes