Chair inspired by Thomas Chippendale
Nothing embodies the English Regency Furniture more than Thomas Chippendale. Bringing the lion claw from the orient into mainstream English, the Chippendale style is sometimes eccentric, but always imposing. Chippendale embodies Early Georgian, Queen Anne and late Baroque, so it's no wonder that it caught the fancy of curators around the world and Thomas Chippendale became avant-garde and his pieces are still sought after by the true collectors.
Of course, besides creating a perfect dining ensemble, these beautiful chairs can be used in home office setting. Our personal suggestion would be, if you have a separate dining within the kitchen, the chairs should be Chippendale. They are easy to clean, no upholstery on back and need we emphasize how elegant, classy and yet overpowering they look. So you could order one, two or the whole eight.
The backs come in several different designs, ranging from ribband to roccaille. We would love to customize and suggest what would go with your interiors and style. The lionfeet always have acanthus leaf to remind you of the fine regality.
Chippendale's dominance can be understood by the fact that his book - "The Gentleman & Cabinet-maker's Director" is still used as an authority in understanding neo-baroque furniture and applied arts.
40" H X 25"W X 19" D
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