Queen Anne Wing Chair – A Queen Anne style furniture is a style of designer furniture, which was developed throughout the reign of Anne, Queen of Great Britain (1702-1714). The English furniture tends to attenuate the elements linked to the search for luxury that had characterized the period William and Mary. The Queen Anne furniture style is “somewhat smaller, lighter and more comfortable than its predecessors”.
And the examples of common use include “curved shapes, cabriolet legs, padded armchairs, queen anne wing chair, tend to reduce the height of their backs, which can be carved wood or quilted. Other important decorative elements were shell sizes and motifs of displacement often found on the ridge and knees of chairs, armchairs and wing chairs. Variations on other Queen Anne are style chairs that are fully upholstered with the exception of the exposed wooden legs and have sides folded inward to keep the heat contained within the chair.
Variations on other Queen Anne are style chairs that are fully upholstered with the exception of the exposed wooden legs and have sides folded inward to keep the heat contained within the chair. The shoulders of the chairs or queen anne wing chair have fallen back a little to give a more feminine look to the style, in contrast to the square shoulders of the masculine King George chair. The most used fabrics are embroidery or velvet.