Chippendale Period Mahogany Stool / Hall Seat / Bench

Thomas Chippendale

England, Circa 1765

Original 18th Century Chippendale Period Mahogany Stool / Hall Bench with outstanding colour and patination.
This is a particularly fine example of  the Mid Georgian Style   , to be seen especially at Oxford University in the Brasenose Library.

The same outline can be found at Petworth House, Sussex in a Suite of Painted Rococo Hall Stools/ Seats.
It is more than likely this seat comes from one of our great English homes .

Collection UK

LAPADA Berkeley Square and Harris Lindsay Jermyn St London

Literature: See Norman Adams 18th Century English Furniture 
See English Country Houses Christopher Hussey at Rokeby Hall Yorkshire for similar later stools . 
See Syon House one of London`s Finest Homes . 

Medium: Wood/ Mahogany


Height: 45 cm (17.72 in), Width: 59 cm (23.23 in), Depth: 43 cm (16.93 in)

Condition report

Wonderful untouched country house state accentuating colour and patina

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