Set English Chippendale Regency Style Mahogany Acanthus Carver Dining Chairs
Set English Chippendale Regency Style Mahogany Acanthus Carver Dining Chairs
Set English Chippendale Regency Style Mahogany Acanthus Carver Dining Chairs
Set English Chippendale Regency Style Mahogany Acanthus Carver Dining Chairs
Set English Chippendale Regency Style Mahogany Acanthus Carver Dining Chairs
Set English Chippendale Regency Style Mahogany Acanthus Carver Dining Chairs
Set English Chippendale Regency Style Mahogany Acanthus Carver Dining Chairs
Set English Chippendale Regency Style Mahogany Acanthus Carver Dining Chairs
Set English Chippendale Regency Style Mahogany Acanthus Carver Dining Chairs
Set English Chippendale Regency Style Mahogany Acanthus Carver Dining Chairs
Set English Chippendale Regency Style Mahogany Acanthus Carver Dining Chairs
Set English Chippendale Regency Style Mahogany Acanthus Carver Dining Chairs
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Set English Chippendale Regency Style Mahogany Acanthus Carver Dining Chairs

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  • 1 Set of fine English superb quality in the Chippendale Regency style handmade carver acanthus leaf dining chairs.
  • Please note this 1 set comprises 2 chairs only.
  • Hand crafted.
  • With original seat protective plastic covers that are still in place.
  • They are upholstered in the very finest softest silk Demask upholstery.
  • With amazing scroll shaped armrests & front hipped cabriole legs & elegant sloped back legs. 
  • Built in fine hard wood frames.  
  • They where purchased from out of a fine stately home in Shropshire.
  • Circa late 20th century 1990's.
  • Each chair weighs around 10kg each, total combined unwrapped weight altogether 20kg approximate.
  • With finely carved heart shaped backs.  
  • Having acanthus leaf & floral carved decorations.  
  • Thomas Chippendale (1718–1779) was born in Otley in the West Riding of Yorkshire, England in June 1718.
  • He became a cabinet-maker in London, designing furniture in the mid-Georgian, English Rococo, and Neoclassical styles.
  • In 1754 he published a book of his designs, titled The Gentleman and Cabinet Maker's Director, upon which success he became renowned.
  • The designs are regarded as representing the current British fashion for furniture of that period and are now reproduced globally.
  • Chippendale was much more than just a cabinet maker, he was an interior designer who advised on other aspects of decor such as soft furnishings and even the colour a room should be painted.
  • During the company's period of greatest success it could act like a modern interior designer working with other specialists and contract for the supply of fully decorated and furnished rooms or whole houses, once the principal construction was done.
  • Chippendale often received large-scale commissions from aristocratic clients.-He was buried 16 November 1779, according to the records of St Martin-in-the-Fields, in the cemetery since built upon by the National Gallery.
  • We offer our clients exceptional professional customer service.
  • Condition report.
  • Offered in fine used condition.  
  • Having some imperfections commensurate with being handmade.  
  • Having some noticeable scuffs, scratches, wear, stains to the wood & dust in places.
  • Some previous glue repairs have been made underneath, fully functional & sturdy.  
  • International buyers worldwide shipping is available please ask for a quote.
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Dimensions in inches & centimetres approx each    

43" High (109cm)  
 25" Wide (64cm)  
21" Seat Height (53cm)  
21" Length Depth (53cm)          

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