THOMAS CHIPPENDALE THE YOUNGER

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Thomas Chippendale, the younger (1749–1822) was and English artist and designer, and the eldest of Thomas Chippendale's eleven children. He took over his father's business on his death in 1779. The company, listed in Sheraton's The Cabinet Directory of 1803, went bankrupt in 1804 but was later re-established . Thomas Chippendale was also a member of the Society of Arts and exhibited his paintings at the Royal Academy of Arts between 1784 and 1801.

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THOMAS CHIPPENDALE THE YOUNGER (1749-1822)
An Antique Pair of Triple Back Settees in the Chippendale Manner
Constructed in a richly carved, well patinated mahogany; rising from cabriole front& rear legs, terminating in ‘hairy paw’ shoes, the perforate...
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Butchoff
THOMAS CHIPPENDALE THE YOUNGER (1749-1822)
An important pair of 18th century settees attributable to Thomas Chippendale.
An important pair of George III period carved and giltwood settees of attractive small size showing several features characteristic of Thomas Chipp...
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John Bly
THOMAS CHIPPENDALE THE YOUNGER (1749-1822)
Fine Set of Ten 19th Century Dining Chairs
This superb set of chairs in the Chippendale manner with carved and pierced splat backs, serpentine front seat rails, blind fret moulded front legs...
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John Bly
THOMAS CHIPPENDALE THE YOUNGER (1749-1822)
George III Mahogany Serpentine Window Seat in the French Taste
This is an elegant 18th Century serpentine window seat with a carved centre section of flowers, upturned 'C' scroll arms and shell decorated cabrio...
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Freshfords Fine Antiques