The term Swan-Neck refers to a specific type of curved broken pediment in furniture design. It features two S-curves that resemble the necks of swans and typically ends in paterae, which are decorative motifs resembling laurel wreaths or flower medallions. This style of pediment is commonly found in classical or neoclassical furniture designs, adding an elegant and ornate touch to the overall piece.
The term Swan-Neck in furniture refers to a decorative element commonly found on chairs or other pieces of furniture. It typically refers to the gracefully curved, S-shaped design of the upper portion of chair or table legs, resembling the neck of a swan. This design element adds elegance and aesthetic appeal to the furniture piece.
Curved broken pediment of two S-curves, ending in paterae.