Published at Friday, March 23rd, 2018 - 01:51:59 AM. Slipper-Chair. By Dylan Boutet.
The Queen Anne chair was popularized during the Golden Age of the 18th century, where interior design was a hybrid of Dutch styling and local taste. The chair was revered for being ridiculously pricey, and for this reason, only the upper class experienced how comfortable it is to lounge on them in their houses. These chairs can be made of different sturdy materials, such as walnut veneer, walnut, maple or mahogany. Distinguishable by their cabriole leg, Queen Anna chairs have intricate legs that resemble a paw feet, which is said to have been inspired by four-footed animals. The cabriole leg can be engraved to have ornate designs, while others are more minimalist sporting a smooth, graceful, leg.
Why "allowable"? Well throughout history chairs have reflected the status of the person sitting on them. The size, decoration and sheer ornateness of the chair saying a lot about the person sitting in it. Indeed in classical times to the time of the pharaohs, the chair was reserved for the high and mighty, only kings, lords and bishops were allowed chairs at all, the rest of the populace had to do with sitting on chests, benches or stools.
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