Associations to the word «Cabriole»
CABRIOLE, noun. A type of furniture leg used in certain ornate styles of furniture such as Queen Anne, having a double curve resembling the leg of an animal
CABRIOLE LEG, noun. In furniture design, a curved leg with outcurved knee and incurved ankle. A signature design element of the Queen Anne style of furniture, the cabriole predates both 18th century England and Italy. The style originated in Italy and is a conventionalized representation of the rear leg of a leaping goat.
CABRIOLE LEGS, noun. Plural of Cabriole leg
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