The Rams table leg—a carved rams head, with curled up horns of a ram that support tables—was first introduced in King Louis the XVI's, period, from 1774-1792. In King Louis style, exquisite marquetry and floral designs were banded by geometrical trims and circumscribed by oval or round medallions.
Sculptures of animals such as the eagle, dolphin or rams heads were used and were very popular architecture that brought uniqueness and symbolism into furniture, such as billiard tables, chairs and dining room tables.
After the 16th century, the designs on table legs began to be more simplistic in design and style, and instead were made with functionality in mind, and not so much pomp and circumstance.
Today, the Rams leg for tables is still popular and is made of fine woods, such as walnut, maple, oak, cherry or mahogany and stained or lacquered for an elegant, shiny finish for any type of furniture you have.
At Architectural Depot, we have unfinished Rams table legs, made of a hard maple and ready to stain any color you desire. The Rams table legs are available in a variety of sizes, from the solid, thick 2 1/2 x 2 1/2 x 8" and 3 1/2 x 3 1/2 x 18", to the long and feminine size of 4" x 4" x 29 1/2".
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