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Set Eight George III Chippendale Style Painted Dining Chairs, Custom, England

A set of eight handsome George III Chippendale style painted mahogany dining chairs from Great Britain. This chair is based on a model created by Thomas Chippendale circa 1760 and supplied to furnish Nostell Priory in West Yorkshire. The elegant scroll to the top of the back is enhanced with a delicate carving and directs the eye to the central arrangement of intertwined elements of the splat. The chairs feature a straight front to the seat and dramatic front legs with a cabriole curve ending in a ball and claw foot in the front and back legs with a slight flare. The brilliant white painted finish is reminiscent of the designs created by Syrie Maugham at the beginning of the twentieth century when she became famous for taking brown furniture and painting it white for a fresh and youthful look. These chairs are upholstered in a beautiful blue and white fabric and each seat may be easily lifted out if a change in the fabris is desired. This set includes two arms and six sides and is currently in stock.

Seat 20 1/2"w x 18"d x 20"h      Arm 28"h

 

 

# RC111

DIMENSIONS

23.00" w x 24.00" d x 40.00" h

58.42cm w x 60.96cm d x 101.60cm h

$8,540.00
A set of eight, two arms and six sides, handsome Chippendale style mahogany dining chairs from Great Britain. This chair is based on a model created by Thomas Chippendale circa 1760 and supplied to furnish Nostell Priory in West Yorkshire. The elegant scroll to the top of the back is enhanced with a delicate carving and directs the eye to the central arrangement of intertwined elements of the splat. The chairs feature a straightt front to the seat with block front legs with the famous cabriole leg ending in a ball and claw configuration in the front and back legs having a slight flare. All four legs are joined by horizontal stretchers for stability and strength of construction. Seat 20 1/2"w x 18"d x 20"h      Arm 28"h $8540 for the set, two arm and six side chairs