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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An oak country Chippendale gate leg dining table, English, 18th century, 73 cm high, 188 cm wide (extended), 120 cm deep

George III walnut mirror, Chippendale period with cross mouldings and gilt inner frame, 89 cm x 49 cm

An exceptional George III mahogany pedestal partners desk, circa 1765, the sloping and adjustable top with finely carved gadrooned border above three drawers frieze enclosing on long drawer with central partition and leather mounted pull out board, support

George III Chippendale period walnut mirror, with carved 'Ho-Ho' bird, cross grain moulding, gilt inner frame, star burst ebony and boxwood inlay, circa 1770;91 cm x 51 cm

Chippendale period mahogany open armchair with pierced vase shape splat, drop in seat on chamfered legs joined by an H-stretcher

A Chippendale chinoiserie silvered framed mirror, the carved wood frame incorporating a 'pagoda' capital flanked by ho-o birds perched upon the acanthus scroll carved frame. 142 cm x 85 cm

Chippendale period American walnut window stool, with 1 long drawer and Chinoiserie linen cushion, C.1760, 100 cm wide, 35 cm deep, 48 cm high

Vintage English walnut Chippendale style work table, approx 66 cm high, 47 cm wide, 37 cm deep

Small Chippendale style double pedestal cedar desk, with inset leather top, on bracket feet, height 75 cm 114 cm 53 cm

An impressive Australian large console serving table in the manner of Thomas Chippendale by de Groot in red cedar, burl huon, the cross banded top with canted corners above finely fret carved scrolling wave frieze fronted central long and two short drawers

A Chippendale style carved walnut footstool, English, circa 1765, 49 cm high, 69 cm wide, 50 cm deep, Provenance: Property of a Gentleman, Melbourne

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

Chippendale style settee, 19th century, with serpentine back and S-scroll arms, on four front cabriole legs ending in ball and claw feet and four sabre back legs, height 87 cm width 235 cm depth 83 cm

A Chippendale style gilt wood oval mantel mirror, 19th century, 106 x 130 cm

An antique Georgian timber wall mirror, 18th century, the rectangular mirror set within a timber frame with Chippendale style shaped timber decoration to the upper and lower section, with an applied shell and spread wing bird motif to the crest; the revers

An English Chippendale revival flame mahogany chest on chest with swan neck pediment fitted with two drawers below and five drawers above. 185 cm high, 116 cm wide, 58 cm deep.

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

A rare American Chippendale cherry lowboy, circa 1750, in the Anglo-Dutch Long Island manner, 80 cm high, 85 cm wide, 50 cm deep

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

A Chippendale style carved mahogany hall table, English, 20th century, 76 cm high, 174 wide, 35 cm deep

An early 20th century English oak fall front writing bureau with two drawers on elevated legs in the Chippendale style, 98 x 73 x 42 cm

Antique English mahogany George III Chippendale tea table, approx 70 cm high, 70 cm deep . Henry Charles 'Inky' Stephens (February 1841 – July 1918)

A fine George II fret carved mahogany bureau cabinet, circa 1760, in the Chippendale Gothic style with dentilled cornice above a fretwork border with glazed doors with gothic tracery flanked by cluster columns fitted with two glass shelves, the panelled sl

A 1930s burr walnut chest of seven drawers in the Chippendale style, 90 cm high. 80 cm wide, 55 cm deep

A carved Chippendale style oak pedestal desk, circa 1920s, the English made desk with a felted top and relief carved edging above a frieze drawer and pedestals each with fleur de lys embellishments and cast brass swing handles and shaped plates, a gadroon

Vintage Chippendale style mahogany sideboard by Edward Hill, Sydney (signature seal displayed on interior right hand cupboard door) with 3 centered drawers and 2 outer cabinets, inverted breakfront shape on ball and claw legs, 184 cm wide, 59 cm deep, 99 c

A Chippendale style mahogany fretwork and gilded wall mirror, scrolling fretwork to the top and base, the pierced arched pediment including a gilded eagle. 79.5 cm x 42.5 cm

Fine & rare antique George III Chippendale mahogany tea table with fine turned spindle gallery, carved central support with three out swept ball & pearl legs. Purchased Leslie Walford 1950's with original receipt, approx 75 cm high, 82 cm diameter

Chippendale style mahogany bench raised on carved cabriole legs, with claw feet. Length 310 cm. Provenance: purchased from Robyn Cosgrove rugs, 2003

An 18th century Chippendale double fold over card table/supper table. 75 cm high, 87 cm wide, 84 cm deep (when open). Rare

A 1930s fall-front writing bureau in the Chippendale style, four drawers to base, and fitted pigeon hole interior 108 cm high, 64 cm wide, 39 cm deep

A walnut sideboard of superb quality in the Chippendale style 100 x 185 x 60 cm

A walnut five-leaf extension table in the Chippendale style (seats 20) 77 x 330 (fully extended) x 115 cm

A Georgian Chippendale walnut armchair with floral fabric reeded front legs

A Chippendale style camel back scrolled arm settee. 210 cm across the back

A Chippendale style demi-lune mahogany hall table, with a low splashback, a gadrooned edge and a small cockbeaded frieze drawer above a shaped apron and four cabriole legs with pendant acanthus leaf motifs to the knees in low relief and terminating in ball

Vintage Chippendale style china cabinet 101 cm wide, 150.5 cm high

Chippendale style foot stool with tapestry top 41 x 41 x 88 cm

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

A George III Chippendale style mahogany stool, English, circa 1760. 46.5 cm high, 60.5 cm wide, 49 cm deep. Provenance: Westbury Antiques, Melbourne

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