The term Decorated Queen Anne refers to a particular style of furniture that became popular during the Queen Anne period in early 18th century England. This style is known for its elegant and ornate designs, characterized by intricate carved details, scrolled features, and decorative motifs. Decorated Queen Anne furniture often features curvilinear forms, cabriole legs, shell or acanthus leaf motifs, and rich upholstery. It is considered a more decorative and refined version of the Queen Anne style. Early Georgian, English style. Cabriole legs, round-back chairs, claw-and-ball feet, and curved forms were enriched in scale and adorned with carving.