Queen Anne Definition
A style in English and American furniture developed during the reign of Queen Anne (1702–1714) and characterized by sturdiness, comfort, and curved structural elements such as cabriole legs.
The style of architecture typical of the reign of Queen Anne, characterized by a fusion of late Renaissance and baroque elements.
A British and American architectural style of the late 1800s, characterized by asymmetrical facades and by eclectic and often profuse ornamentation.
Of the style (of architecture, furniture, etc.) popular during the reign of Queen Anne.
We inherited our Queen Anne chairs from my wife's family.
Queen Anne of Great Britain (reigned 1702-1714).
A small town in Maryland, USA.
Origin of Queen Anne
After Queen Anne of Great Britain (reigned 1702-1714).
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