Learn about Hepplewhite Style Chairs

The shield back chair is a design attributed to Hepplewhite with the back shaped like a shield often accompanied by a wheat sheaf or Prince of Wales feathers motif in the splats.
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A mahogany Hepplewhite style shield back carver. Relief carved and pierced to the back with delicate neoclassical forms, having curved arm rails to a leather covered shaped stuffover seat above tapering legs with spade feet United by an 'H' form an

A pair of George III Hepplewhite style mahogany carvers, circa 1780

Dining Chair: Georgian mahogany in the Hepplewhite manner with tapestry seat

A pair of Georgian mahogany Hepplewhite carver chairs with tapestry seats.

A Hepplewhite mahogany elbow chair, with upright splats, out swept arms, a drop in seat on square tapering legs

A hand painted beech Hepplewhite style armchair 19th century with a velour seat

Pair of ladder back Hepplewhite side chairs, with original green paint, rush seats, height 90 cm

Pair of 18th century Hepplewhite country chairs

A single mahogany Hepplewhite chair, circa 1820, with a reeded serpentine top rail and waisted pierced splats, a drop in seat covered in grey and beige striped fabric and supported on square tapering legs with an H-form stretcher. Height 96 cm

A Georgian Hepplewhite carver chair, English, 18th century, 100 cm high, 66 cm wide, 51 cm deep

George III armchair, c. 1785, in the style of George Hepplewhite, with blue upholstered seat and shield shaped back with floral and foliate motif decoration. Height 92 cm

Late 19th century English Hepplewhite revival satinwood shieldback painted open armchair. Height 100 cm. Width 58 cm. Depth 52 cm

A pair of George III Hepplewhite mahogany armchairs, each with pierced upright splat outswept arms on square chamfered supports with stretchers

A late 19th century padouk side chair, in the Hepplewhite style

A Hepplewhite mahogany carver chair with shaped reeded cresting rail reeded upright splats and out swept arms on square tapering supports

A Hepplewhite gothic mahogany dining chair the arched splats with wheat ear decoration on square chamfered supports

A late Victorian mahogany armchair in Hepplewhite style with a pierced back splat and supported on square section legs joined by stretchers, the drop-in seat upholstered. Height 95 cm

A George III provincial oak and elm armchair, in the Hepplewhite taste, the arched top rail above a pierced vase splat, curved arms on shaped supports above a panelled seat and raised on square tapering legs joined by a H-stretcher, back legs re-tipped

A pair of early 19th century Hepplewhite mahogany dining chairs, each with arched back with pierced splat on square tapering supports

A Hepplewhite early 19th century country mahogany dining chair with arched top pierced splat with Prince of Wales feathers on square chamfered supports.

Hepplewhite mahogany dining chair with vase shaped pierced splat and shaped front on square chamfered supports

Hepplewhite mahogany elbow chair with vase shaped pierced splat and shaped front on square chamfered supports

Hepplewhite mahogany elbow chair with vase shaped pierced splat and shaped front on square chamfered supports

Eight country Hepplewhite chairs comparing a set of five each with arched top pierced upright slat on square tapering supports and three similar chairs

George III Hepplewhite mahogany dining chair on square tapering supports

A Hepplewhite George III mahogany elbow chair with arched cresting rail with pierced vase shaped splat out swept arms on square chamfered supports

Pair of George IV country Hepplewhite oak dining chairs each with pierced upright splat on square tapering supports.

A late George III and upholstered barrel back armchair, in the Hepplewhite taste, the barrel back above square arms, a cushion seat, raised on square tapering legs terminating in castors

George III mahogany elbow chair, in the manner of George Hepplewhite, with a shield shaped back, a pierced splat, fleur de lys cresting, a drop in tapestry seat, square tapering legs and cross stretchers

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