A Handy Guide to English Antiques
 

A Handy Guide to English Antiques

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Fred Albert added this to A Handy Guide to English Antiques
In case you’re wondering what a trumpet turned leg looks like, here’s a little sketch I did. Trumpet turned legs are fairly thick and rather curvy, with a narrow bottom that flares upward and outward like a trumpet as you progress up the leg. The legs are often connected with a serpentine stretcher, which you can see in the previous photo.

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Judy Squires Savage added this to WebUser871's ideas
May 23, 2014
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lisa_dance added this to lisa_dance's ideas
May 21, 2014
Save to IdeabookEmail Photo In case you’re wondering what a trumpet turned leg looks like, here’s a little sketch I did. Trumpet turned legs are fairly thick and rather curvy, with a narrow bottom that flares upward and outward like a trumpet as you progress up the leg. The legs are often connected with a serpentine stretcher, which you can see in the previous photo.
Anne Power added this to poweranne’s ideas
May 21, 2014
Save to IdeabookEmail Photo In case you’re wondering what a trumpet turned leg looks like, here’s a little sketch I did. Trumpet turned legs are fairly thick and rather curvy, with a narrow bottom that flares upward and outward like a trumpet as you progress up the leg. The legs are often connected with a serpentine stretcher, which you can see in the previous photo.
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May 21, 2014
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