The BL-816 named wooden legs for furniture is made of rubber wood, the block of wood sizes are diameter of 60 mm x 60 mm and a height of 150 mm.
Furniture legs have always played important role in decorating furniture. The acanthus leaf patterned Queen Anne legs offered by Naturtrend are suitable to accompany the antique carved cabinet. When you refurbish furniture.
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At the Naturtrend Shop we offer wooden legs for furniture in baroque style with an acanthus leaf pattern. The Queen Anne legs may apply as wooden bed legs, feet for couches or wooden legs for sofas for example but also as accessories for other antique furniture.
The meaning of barocco is unusual, irregular. Reigned in Europe from the beginning of the 17th century, his works are characterized by large sizes, imaginative and varied richness of forms, restless rhythms and agility of lines.
The acanthus leaf is a spiny, lobed-leaved plant as a form of representation that lived its heyday in the Baroque era, as it did earlier in antiquity and in the Renaissance. In ancient times, we first encounter it at the head of the Corinthian column, in a sharp, strongly articulated, somewhat rigid form. The stylization of the Roman acanthus is fatter, more bent than the Greek. We often encounter it in both Renaissance art and Arabesque.
The Regency style, at the beginning of the eighteenth century, gives to the wooden legs for furniture a slightly curved shape, but solid and severe appearance. The bottom bears some small gilt bronze motif in acanthus leaf. This type of wooden legs for furniture are beech, so it is very strong. You can put these wooden furniture feet as wood legs for coffee tables, under the buffets or under the cupboards.
Take a look at the offer of Naturtrend, find the most carved furniture legs in style for your furniture. We only offer products made from natural ingredients. Natural beauty for sustainability.
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The more characteristic decoration of the capitals of the style Corinthian is the acanthus leaf; it is also one of the most frequent motifs of the sculptures of Romanesque art. This decorative wood can be used in home furnishings.