noun Italian Furniture.
a chair of the Renaissance having two transverse pairs of curved legs crossing beneath the seat and rising to support the arms and back.
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Also called Dan·tes·ca chair [dan-tes-kuh, dahn-tes-kah]. /dænˈtɛs kə, dɑnˈtɛs kɑ/.
Compare Savonarola chair.
Origin of Dante chair
named after Dante
Words nearby Dante chair
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