Hogarth chair

Ho·garth chair | \ˈhōˌgärth, -gȧth-\

Definition of Hogarth chair 

: any of certain 18th century English side chairs, usually with hooped back and cabriole legs

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History and Etymology for Hogarth chair

after William Hogarth †1764 English painter

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