Learn about Chippendale

Probably the only household name in antique furniture, taking the last name of Thomas Chippendale, a furniture London cabinet maker and furniture designer who published a book of his designs, titled 'The Gentleman and Cabinet Maker's Director' in 1754.

The designs in the book reflected the current London fashion for furniture for that period, and were used by other cabinet makers outside London.

Very little of the furniture described as 'Chippendale' can be actually traced to Chippendale's workshop, and if it can, the value of the items is greatly increased. Certainty of manufacture by Chippendale would require an invoice from the time, together with a history of the item since manufacture.

In fact most 'Chippendale' furniture that comes onto the market was made at a later date following in various degrees the designs from his 'Director', as the popularity of Chippendale designs has continued through to the present time. more...

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Pair of George III Chippendale period chairs, purchased Stanley Lipscombe Antiques, Sydney 1964

Pair of Chippendale style armchairs, 60 cm wide, 98 cm high

Fine quality Chippendale mahogany open elbow chair the rococco decorated top rail centred by an armorial, four vertical slats, the arms with acanthus terminals, upholstered button-top leather seat on acanthus and scroll topped cabriole legs with ball and c

A pair of Chippendale style ribbon back armchairs, early 20th century, of small proportions, finely carved

A pair of Georgian Chippendale style mahogany dining chairs with acanthus carved shaped top rails, pierced and carved back splats, generous sized tan leather upholstered overstuffed seats raised on square legs jointed by stretchers

George III mahogany Chippendale side chair, pierced splat back, tapered square section legs, drop-in leather seat

George III mahogany Chippendale carver armchair, pierced splat back, tapered square section legs, drop-in leather seat

George III mahogany Chippendale carver armchair, pierced splat back, tapered square section legs, drop-in leather seat

An English mahogany tapestry seat chair in the Chippendale style. Provenance: Property of a Gentleman, Melbourne

A Georgian oak Chippendale country chair, late 18th century, the chair with a slightly wedge shaped back, a straight crest and a pierced vasiform splat, a drop in seat and ogee shaped spandrels to the seating rail, supported on square form legs United by a

A late 19th century nursing chair in the Chippendale style, 75 cm high

Two fine Georgian Chippendale mahogany elbow chairs. Late 18th century, each with a fine patina and of generous proportions with serpentine and winged cresting rails, with pierced vasiform splats, curvaceous arms to square form drop in seats, and square fo

Two fine Georgian mahogany elbow chairs. Early 19th century. Both of generous proportions, one in the Chippendale Gothic taste with a pierced floriform splat and the other with a unadorned shaped splat, both with serpentine cresting rails, curvaceous arms

Antique Tiffany Chippendale style chair with stamp underneath 'Reproduction By Tiffany Stvdios', 53 cm wide, 97 cm high approx.

A pair of Chippendale revival mahogany carvers, early 20th century, the ribbon back chairs with undulating crests and a splat of gothic style knots and a quatrefoil cut out motif, shaped arms to square form seats and curvaceous legs terminating in ball and

A pair of early twentieth century chairs in Chippendale style with Chinoiserie decoration 100 cm high, 50 cm wide, 45 cm D (each)

A Georgian Chippendale walnut armchair with floral fabric reeded front legs

A George III mahogany Chippendale style carver, English, circa 1775. Provenance: L.J Cook & Co., Camberwell

An English 18th century Chippendale country oak corner chair with pierced vase shaped splats, a drop in seat on square chamfered legs

Pair of Chippendale style ornately carved walnut thrown chairs, early 20th century

Early Eastern Chippendale style rosewood armchair. Serpentine top - rail, pierced scrollwork splat with square chamfered legs. Possibly 19th century. Length 60 cm. Height 97 cm

A country Chippendale 19th century dining chair, with a pierced vase shaped splat on square chamfered legs

A vintage mahogany open elbow chair, of Chippendale style, with an elaborate pierced vase shaped splat, shaped top rail, tapering square section legs, stretcher base and drop-in seat with a striped fabric cover

A 19th century Chippendale style mahogany carver chair, with a velvet seat

Vintage Amerian Chippendale style winged back armchair with suede sides

Pair Chippendale period carver chairs with scroll carved serpentine top rails, interlaced vase shaped splats, fluted chamfered legs joined by an 'H' stretcher

An 18th century Chippendale style elm elbow chair, the shaped cresting rail above a vase shaped splat, with out swept arms, drop in seat on square chamfered legs with stretchers

Georgian Chippendale style mahogany framed armchair with carved gothic fretwork back and arm supports. The back with floral and swag motif carved to top rail. Stretcher base

A pair of upholstered armchairs in the Chippendale manner on square tapering legs with carved armrest, circa, 1910. 87 cm high, 68 cm wide each

Fine Irish Chippendale style wing arm chair, carved in relief to the arm with a scrolling birds head with feathers, carved aprons and standing ball & claw feet

A pair of William IV buttoned leather tub chairs in the Chippendale manner, each with a rectangular back above roll over arms upholstered in studded and buttoned leather raised on rectangular supports.

A pair of Chippendale Jnr style Klismos chairs 82 cm high, 56 cm deep, 55 cm wide. Provenance: The original models made for Harewood house, c. 1805, Age of Satinwood, Percy Macquoid Earl of Harewood.

A Chinese Chippendale style carved mahogany armchair, circa 1900.108 cm high, 63 cm wide

Pair of George III Chippendale period Spanish mahogany ladder back chairs circa 1780. Height 94 cm. Width 55 cm. Depth 55 cm

A George III style Chinese Chippendale style carver chair, English, circa 19th century mahogany

19th century mahogany open armchair of Chippendale design with fluted out-swept arms on square fluted legs joined by an H-stretcher