What is the meaning of the furniture term Duckfoot?

The furniture term Duckfoot refers to a specific type of furniture leg design that resembles the foot of a duck. It typically features a cabriole leg shape, with a curved, outwardly flared design at the bottom that resembles the webbed foot of a duck. Duckfoot legs are commonly found on antique furniture pieces, particularly in French and English designs, and are often associated with elegance and craftsmanship. Incorrect term for Dutch foot. A three-toed foot or webfoot.
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