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Legs of this period tend to be straight or tapered to the foot.
The foot might be a simple extension of the leg, or bulbous or spade shaped.
Pennsylvania cabinetmakers used Marlborough feet, while other regions favored ogee bracket feet.
Another English book heavily influenced the designers of the day.
This one was by Alice Hepplewhite, and titled published in 1788, 17.
Two new furniture forms were created in this period. Expect to find a little more comfort in chairs and sofas, but not very thick cushions or seats.
When a piece of furniture is made in England, or styled after an English example, it may be known as Hepplewhite. Robert Adam is credited with creating the style known as Hepplewhite during the 1760s and leading the form.