A masterful testament to 18th-century craftsmanship, A carved beech open armchair, circa 1775, bears the distinctive hallmarks of the esteemed style reminiscent of Thomas Chippendale.
Featuring an oval padded back adorned with a meticulously carved husk-molded border, crowned by an exquisite anthemion motif.
The grandeur of the chair extends to its out-swept padded arms, supported by gracefully carved leaf and husk down-swept arm supports, embodying the finesse of Chippendale's influential design aesthetics.
Recently re-upholstered in a lovely JET by whiteworks Farbic.
A George III Open Armchair In The Manner of Thomas Chippendale