Question: What kind of legs are used in 18th century furniture?

Sabre Leg: The typical leg used on furniture of the Regency period resembling the curved sword called a sabre, or scimitar. Scallop Shell: A very popular decorative motif for furniture, silver, etc. during the first half of the 18th century; often seen on the knees of cabriole legs of the period.

How do I tapered my legs?

1:354:47Woodturning Tapered Legs | Rockler Skill Builders - YouTubeYouTube

What is the difference between straight leg and tapered leg jeans?

In simple terms the difference between tapered vs straight cut jeans is this: The legs of straight cut jeans go straight down with little variation in width from thigh to ankle, whilst the legs of tapered jeans gradually narrow or taper as they go lower down the leg.

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