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Chippendale-style mahogany table, or desk. Circa 1950.


Chippendale-style mahogany table, or desk, with chinoisant decoration.

English work circa 1950.

Dimensions : H 76 x W 112 x D 61 cm

Reference : LS5932456G

Thomas Chippendale (1718-1779) was an English cabinetmaker who created furniture inspired by the French rocaille style, Gothic ornamentation and architecture, and chinoiserie ornamentation. He mainly used solid mahogany, and furniture was sometimes veneered with rosewood, varnished or covered with imitation lacquer. The ornamental carving of his furniture stands out for its precision. His creations have had a wide influence on the whole of later furniture design, particularly in England, and have been repeated and reinterpreted many times.
Chippendale chairs can be recognized by their characteristic backs: rectangular and openwork, with splayed uprights and a central motif cut out and decorated with motifs of Gothic, Chinese or Rocaille inspiration. The legs are often curved or straight at the front, ending with a clawed eagle or lion foot holding a ball, known as a claw and ball.

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Dimensions 61 x 112 x 76 cm