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quarter-sawn: the lengthwise sawing of logs into quarters to produce boards with distinctive grain patterns. Particularly common in mission style furniture.

Queen Anne style: Historically from 1702-1715. A style distinguished by cabriole legs, single curved splats in chair backs and scalloped shell ornaments. Upholstery in this style frequently uses brocades.