Queen Anne legs

Queen Anne legs

valgus deformity (inward bowing) of the forelegs, seen most commonly in dogs.
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Tempered glass, tower showcase with Queen Anne legs.
Queen Anne legs complete the chair, which is finished in champagne leaf.
Furniture will not run into the saleroom itself on its own accord, no matter how clever its Queen Anne legs are
The Queen Anne legs and bold, damask print fabric cover are the very epitome of divine decadence.
From kitchen cabinets sporting Queen Anne legs to case goods drenched in high gloss, it's the details that attract today's buyer.
Wallpaper or walls painted with the Georgian palette u Watercolour scenes u Scuffed pitch-pine floorboards u Velour Victorian armchairs u Standard lamps, chandeliers and Queen Anne legs u Cast iron baths u Terraces and kitchen gardens
And presiding over it all has been Scully, the Great Antique Hunt himself, pretending to be so cultured and sophisticated that he'd be far more excited by a glimpse of Queen Anne legs than, say, a glimpse of Claudia Schiffer's legs.
Young designers store templates into their hard drives that allow them to produce hundreds of Queen Anne legs, for instance, all identical, with no discernible grace, and with a lack of appreciation for how this design evolved over the centuries.