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Antique Chest of Drawers

ANTIQUE CHEST OF DRAWERS

Fine bedroom furniture

Antique Wardrobes

ANTIQUE WARDROBES

A place for clothes

Antique Bookcase

ANTIQUE BOOKCASES

Elegant display furniture

Antique Mirrors

ANTIQUE MIRRORS

Mirror, mirror on the wall

Antique Dining Table

ANTIQUE DINING TABLES

Classic dining room furniture

Antique Chairs

ANTIQUE DINING CHAIRS

Dine in elegant comfort

ANTIQUES RESOURCES

Georgian Chest of drawers

Georgian Antique Furniture

The Georgian era ran from 1714 up until 1837, when Queen Victoria, the final British Monarch of the House of Hanover, was crowned Queen. Beginning the Victorian era. In reality, the Georgian era does not represent any one style of antique furniture. Rather, a continuum in the evolution of design. It represents a number of distinct styles. From Rococo, to

Queen Ann Furniture

The Queen Ann furniture style, sometimes also referred to as 'Late Baroque', can be seen as a distinct style in it own right, but also as part of a continuum and evolution in furniture design. It is a style that distinctively sits between the William and Mary style that came before, and the Chippendale styles that proceeded it. Queen Ann's reigned

William and Mary Antique Furniture

Welcome to the first of a series of exciting new blog posts, where we look at some of the distinct ages within the world of antique furniture. We will be looking at the wider context in which the furniture of each epoch was made; and how these trends influenced furniture design. The names of early British movements in antique furniture
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