The Classic English Kitchen furniture by deVOL was designed to be made in the same way as a traditional Georgian piece, it’s all about the proportions, you don’t know why it looks so right it just does.
Basic English Furniture Styles The following criteria will help you determine if your old furniture is an English-made antique. Queen Anne Early 18th century Woods used: Walnut, also, cherry, mahogany, maple and oak. Description: Graceful curves, curved (cabriole) leg, with no rungs or stretchers; minimal decoration, very simple; scallop-shell mount.
Georgian - Rooted in classical architecture this style is common in the eastern US. Note the formal fenestration and its proportions along with the placement of the dormered attic windows. Prominent brick chimneys contribute significantly to the definition of its character.