WHY IS EVERY OLD ENGLISH ANTIQUE CALLED GEORGIAN?
"Why is every English antique called Georgian?" What an excellent question! Oh what the hell, why be diplomatic at this point? That's an incredibly moronic question. But I do understand why someone would ask it. All English antique furniture is not just called Georgian. But the term "Georgian" covers such a vast period of time that people often think that if it's English and it's really old, then it must be Georgian. But they're wrong. English Georgian furniture covers the reigns of first…
Large Solid Oak Jacobean Revival Refectory Dining Table
Large solid oak Jacobean revival table having two large extension leaves, and is capable of seating up to ten people. It stands on four carved bulbous legs, united by crinoline stretcher. Dimensions: Height 30 Inches. Length 72 inches when open 120 Inches. Width 48 Inches.
Antique Oak Carved Sideboard - Large Late 19th Century Jacobean Revival Oak Sideboard
Superb quality and stunningly impressive Victorian made oak sideboard buffet profusely carved with scroll work, bead and relief face masks and figures. Canopy corniced top over gallery and three cupboards to base. In wonderful original condition. Measures 67" wide x 86" tall x 23" deep.
Jacobean Revival Dining Table
A Jacobean Revival extension dining table, circa 1920s, having a rectangular top with walnut veneer and canted corners, above a molded apron. Has six turned legs with a shaped cross-stretchered bas...