The term Quattrocento refers to the art and culture of the 15th century in Italy, particularly during the Renaissance period. It is derived from the Italian word quattrocento, which means four hundred, representing the years between 1400 and 1499. In the context of furniture, Quattrocento refers to the styles, designs, and aesthetics that were popular during this period. It often includes elements such as intricate detailing, ornate carvings, classical motifs, and a focus on symmetry and proportion. Quattrocento furniture is known for its elegance, craftsmanship, and adherence to classical principles. Early Italian Renaissance, 1400-1500, classic architectural formality. Austere furniture in walnut.