Renaissance Classicism  |  Baroque  |  Rococo  |  Neo – Classicism  |  Regency

  • Assymetrical design in overlay
  • The S- and C-scroll a prevailing line
  • Bombe features
  • Design of the chair back a shield motif
  • Serpentine form (on seat rails and bottoms of cabinets)
  • Aprons on tables are often shaped
  • Table tops are often shaped
  • Back and seat in chairs upholstered or caned
  • Gently curved slender cabriole leg ending in a slipper or pad foot
  • Mostly without stretcher, but examples of double y-stretcher or pointed cross stretcher (rare) exist