. The book of decorative furniture, its form, colour and history . ORIGIXAL CLASTON- 13K1T1SH DECORATIVE FUKMTUKE TLDOU 105 it advisable to leave oijen the spaces at the sides underneath the chairarms ; for fashions in di-ess often dictate the forms of furniture. Neither the Elizabethan nor the Jacobean chair was easily movedwith one hand. Comparatively light chairs, known as Ccxiuetoire,Cacfjtietetise, Conversation, or Chaue de Feiaine, with high and narrowbacks, were in use on the Continent during the sixteenth century, and afew were imported to this country, but English chair-makeis were fa
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