After the first colonists to the Americas set foot on land, history tells us that it took a number of years before the settlers were able to shift their focus from solely surviving to pursuits such as furniture making. As time went on, furniture began to evolve from merely utilitarian to stylish. American woodworking styles have been through a number of periods, and each was heavily influenced by the available materials of the region as well as the pieces being built by English and French craftsmen. There are 12 predominant periods of American furniture styles, although many have sub-genres which may have been popular but short-lived.
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How to Identify the Age of Furniture by the Nails
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When identifying antique chairs, it's important to have a basic knowledge of the significant design periods and the important types of chairs. A good place to start when identifying furniture is often to figure out what period it's from. You might not be able to tell what period the chair is from, but you can get a sense of what kind of chair it is and when it was made by identifying what chair type category it fits into. This in turn might help you trace it back to its period of origin. Read on to see photo examples of each of these chair types. This article can be used as a cheat sheet; match up your furniture with these photos so you know what it is that you're buying or selling. This Louis XV "fauteuil" armchair can be dated back to the 18th century.
Identifying Antique Furniture Foot Styles
This is the earliest style of furniture to have been produced natively, with pieces generally dating from around to In the newly-established colonies a variation on this Anglo-Dutch trend developed, characterised by a Baroque aesthetic that featured elaborate turnings, severe curves, contrasts of colour, as well as case pieces with simple flat surfaces and architectural trim. Commonly used materials included indigenous walnut, oak, pine and maple woods. Furniture from this period is scarce, both because of its significant age, and because production at the time was limited — the result of a relatively small population.
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