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Listing Antique furniture styles American, European and Continental their dates and periods

Antique Furniture Styles

Jacobean (1600 - 1690)
An English style of furniture, which is medieval in appearance.

Early American (1640-1700)
furniture made from local woods. Copied from European furniture styles, mainly from England, France, the Netherlands, Scandinavia and Spain.

William and Mary (1690-1725)
Named after William and Mary of England (1689-1694). It has Dutch and Chinese influences

Queen Anne (1700-1755)
Named after Queen Anne of England who reigned from 1702-1714.

Colonial (1700-1780)
Combined the furniture style characteristics of William and Mary, Queen Anne, and Chippendale.

Georgian (1714-1760)
Named after George I and George II who reigned England from 1714-1760.

Pennsylvania Dutch (1720-1830)
A simple, utilitarian American country style of furniture with Germanic influences. It is characterized by colorful folk painting on case pieces.

Chippendale (1750-1790)
Named after British designer and cabinet maker Thomas Chippendale, who published his furniture designs in "The Gentleman and Cabinet Maker's Director" in 1754.

Robert Adam (1760-1795)
Named for architect Robert Adam who studied ancient architecture in Italy. While in England, he designed furniture fit the character of the homes he designed homes.

Hepplewhite (1765-1800)
Named after English designer and cabinetmaker George Hepplewhite whose designs in "The Cabinet Maker and Upholsterers Guide" were published posthumously in 1788.

Federal (1780-1820)
Combined the neoclassic furniture style characteristics of Hepplewhite and Sheraton. It is characterized by graceful straight lines, light construction, tapered legs, and the use of inlay, and contrasting veneers.

Sheraton (1780-1820)
Named for English designer Thomas Sheraton who published his designs in "The Cabinet Makers and Upholsterers Drawing Book" in 1791.

Duncan Phyfe (1795-1848)
Named after American cabinetmaker Duncan Phyfe.

American Empire (1800-1840)
Patterned after French Empire with classical influences. It is moderate in proportion with classical ornamentation

Shaker (1820-1860)
A simple and utilitarian style produced by the religious group, the United Society of Believers, in self-contained communities within the United States.

Victorian (1840-1910)
Named for Queen Victoria of England who reigned from 1837-1901. The Victorian style draws its influence from gothic forms with heavy proportions. The Victorian period was the first furniture style of mass production.

Arts and Craft (1880-1910)
The Arts and Craft is characterized by simple utilitarian design and construction. Arts and Craft style furniture is also referred to as Mission.

Art Nouveau (1890-1910)
Art Nouveau - French for "The New Art." An international art movement and style of decoration and architecture of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries

A naturalistic style characterized by intricately detailed patterns and curving lines.Biedermeier - A style of painting, furniture, and other crafts, prominent in Germany and Austria from 1815 to 1848 "First Empire" of France (1804-1815), in which Napoleon I (Napoleon Buonaparte, 1769-1821) was the emperor.

Art Deco
Art Deco was a popular design movement from 1920 until 1939, affecting the decorative arts such as architecture, interior design , and industrial design

Modern Movement 1860-1960

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