Queen Anne Dining Room


Inventories of the period show that people at most economic levels lived more comfortable lives than had 17th century colonists. In the increasing array of implements for eating they acquired, spoons were the most common table utensils, and knives and forks were just beginning to be associated with dining.

Architecture from a house built ca. 1760,
East Derry, New Hampshire.
Furniture in the Queen Anne style, New York, 1725-1760.

Image size 13.5" x 12 " on Hahnemuhle archival paper, unframed, £180

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