Queen Anne A table that has its ends dropped off and can be put up to make the table bigger. http://www.oakbarn.biz/Tables/200_08B%20Drop%20Leaf%20Table.jpg
Chippendale http://www.museumfurniture.com/venetian/9commode1-18thc.jpg http://www.dian-abadi.com/images/antique-reproduction//chippendale-armchair-gcpda.jpg This style is a combination of many other styles, including French and Rocco. The chippendale style is known for being naturalistic, decorated with images of fruits, leaves, and birds. Also it can be distinguished by its fronts of chests, and drawers wich are curved.
The Duncan Phyfe style is usually made with mahogany. The Table above is a good example of this style because its leggs are lyre-shaped, and curved pillars. The chairs in this style have legs that are curved out to the sides.