GEORGIAN

$385.00

England: 1714-1815

The all-encompassing Georgian period in furnishing history spans the reigns of George I, II and III and includes both the Chippendale and Regency periods, among others. Georgian furniture, as a whole, is known for an abandoned use of intricate carvings, while preserving the use of inlay. Perhaps the most notable characteristic of the period is the introduction of mahogany, which replaced walnut.

The AWI Georgian pillow features Anne’s favorite prints and patterns of the moment. Paired with a coordinating and complimentary fabric on the back of the pillow, each Georgian pillow is finished with a simple self-welt edge and notched corners. The AWI Georgian pillow is offered in three different patterns.

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England: 1714-1815

The all-encompassing Georgian period in furnishing history spans the reigns of George I, II and III and includes both the Chippendale and Regency periods, among others. Georgian furniture, as a whole, is known for an abandoned use of intricate carvings, while preserving the use of inlay. Perhaps the most notable characteristic of the period is the introduction of mahogany, which replaced walnut.

The AWI Georgian pillow features Anne’s favorite prints and patterns of the moment. Paired with a coordinating and complimentary fabric on the back of the pillow, each Georgian pillow is finished with a simple self-welt edge and notched corners. The AWI Georgian pillow is offered in three different patterns.

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Size

16×32, 22×22

Fabric Patterns

Checkerboard, Leopard, Ombre