Lions Paw Foot - (Furniture)

Lion's Paw Foot - (Furniture) A foot carved to resemble the paw of a lion. A popular form for furniture legs, often seen on chairs, from the late 17th to the early 18th centuries, and it gained popularity again in the Empire and Regency Periods.

English Furniture Decoration Woodwork and Allied Arts: From the Last Half of the 17th Century to the Early Part of the 19th CenturyEnglish Furniture Decoration Woodwork and Allied Arts: From the Last Half of the 17th Century to the Early Part of the 19th Century 

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