English Chippendale Mahogany Table & Gothic Chair Dining Set

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English Chippendale Mahogany Table & Gothic Chair Dining Set

English Chippendale Mahogany Table & Gothic Chair Dining Set

– The alluring English Chippendale style Victorian dining table in mahogany with a matching set of 8 Chippendale Gothic dining chairs
-The table consists of a distinctive ball and claw feet at the bottom which is hand carved and filled with intricate designs
-The table top is carved in a form of egg and dart banding and features one leaf which measures 22 inches
-The table is available in great condition and is solid, sturdy and wobble free
-The chairs, two arms and six side chairs available with beautifully upholstered cushioned seats with appealing gothic style print
-The set is available in good condition and can be shipped to any part of the globe

Table dimensions are in inches:
Width x Depth x Height
46 x 116 x 31

2 leaves 18 each

Arm Chair
Dimensions are in inches:
Width x Depth x Height x Seat Height
25 x 23 x 41 x 20

Side Chair
Dimensions are in inches:
Width x Depth x Height x Seat Height
40 x 20

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Set 10 Mahogany Victorian Dining Chairs Gothic Chair Diner

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Set 10 Mahogany Victorian Dining Chairs Gothic Chair Diner

Set 10 Mahogany Victorian Dining Chairs Gothic Chair Diner

– Stunning set of ten Victorian style dining chairs in mahogany – Lovely Gothic touches to this wonderful set – Very solid and sturdy chair, comfortable to sit in – We have various dining tables – Victorian, Regency, William IV etc – to match these chairs so please get in touch if you are looking for a complete set
– Seats have just been reupholstered so clean and odour free
– Offered in great shape with no signs of damage, ready for home use right away
– Come view this in our North London antiques showroom, please get in touch for an appointment
– If you have any questions about this or anything else on our website please get in touch

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8 Gothic Chippendale Mahogany Dining Chairs

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8 Gothic Chippendale Mahogany Dining Chairs

8 Gothic Chippendale Mahogany Dining Chairs

You are viewing a gorgeous set of 8 Chinese Chippendale Gothic dining chairs. They have a lovely Gothic look with the hand carved backspat – there are further carved details on the legs and arm rests. You can only imagine the time to craft these and they are in the Chippendale manner, solid and chunky with no wobbles. These wouldn’t look out of place at the Royal Pavilion in Brighton, which contains perhaps some of the best Chinese Chippendale pieces courtesy of the Prince Regent.

The chairs are solid and sturdy and come as a set with two arm chairs and six side chairs. They come with white upholstered cushioned seats with a gothic print. The seats have new fabric so are free from previous owners smells such as pets and smoke. I do hope the photos do this stunning set some justice, they’re certainly better in the flesh. We were lucky enough to come across these at a dealers in Debenham, Suffolk.

We have also included a few shots of the chairs shown around two different dining tables we also have avaialble for sale. Please email if you have more questions or check out our store page. Of course if you buy the table and chairs we will arrange a great discount.

Both table and chairs are offered in perfect condition ready for home use right away and we will ship to anywhere in the world.

We will also sell the chairs or table separately if you are interested so please email for more details. Happy bidding, these won’t be hanging around for long.

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8 Gothic Chippendale Mahogany Dining Chairs

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8 Gothic Chippendale Mahogany Dining Chairs

8 Gothic Chippendale Mahogany Dining Chairs

You are viewing a gorgeous set of 8 Chinese Chippendale Gothic dining chairs. They have a lovely Gothic look with the hand carved backspat – there are further carved details on the legs and arm rests. You can only imagine the time to craft these and they are in the Chippendale manner, solid and chunky with no wobbles. These wouldn’t look out of place at the Royal Pavilion in Brighton, which contains perhaps some of the best Chinese Chippendale pieces courtesy of the Prince Regent.

The chairs are solid and sturdy and come as a set with two arm chairs and six side chairs. They come with white upholstered cushioned seats with a gothic print. The seats have new fabric so are free from previous owners smells such as pets and smoke. I do hope the photos do this stunning set some justice, they’re certainly better in the flesh. We were lucky enough to come across these at a dealers in Debenham, Suffolk.

We have also included a few shots of the chairs shown around two different dining tables we also have avaialble for sale. Please email if you have more questions or check out our store page. Of course if you buy the table and chairs we will arrange a great discount.

Both table and chairs are offered in perfect condition ready for home use right away and we will ship to anywhere in the world.

We will also sell the chairs or table separately if you are interested so please email for more details. Happy bidding, these won’t be hanging around for long.

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10 Hand Carved Mahogany Gothic Chippendale Dining Chairs English

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10 Hand Carved Mahogany Gothic Chippendale Dining Chairs English

10 Hand Carved Mahogany Gothic Chippendale Dining Chairs English

You are viewing a gorgeous set of 10 Chippendale Gothic hand carved dining chairs. They have a lovely Gothic look with the hand carved backspat – there are further carved details on the legs and arm rests. You can only imagine the time to craft these and they are in the Chippendale manner, solid and chunky with no wobbles. These wouldn’t look out of place at the Royal Pavilion in Brighton, which contains perhaps some of the best Chippendale pieces courtesy of the Prince Regent. The chairs are solid and sturdy and come as a set with two arm chairs and six side chairs. They come with white upholstered cushioned seats with a gothic print. The seats have new fabric so are free from previous owners smells such as pets and smoke. I do hope the photos do this stunning set some justice, they’re certainly better in the flesh. We were lucky enough to come across these at a dealers in Debenham, Suffolk. We have also included a few shots of the chairs shown around two different dining tables we also have avaialble for sale. Please email if you have more questions or check out our store page. Of course if you buy the table and chairs we will arrange a great discount. Both table and chairs are offered in perfect condition ready for home use right away and we will ship to anywhere in the world. We will also sell the chairs or table separately if you are interested so please email for more details. Happy bidding, these won’t be hanging around for long.

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10 English Gothic Chippendale Dining Chairs

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10 English Gothic Chippendale Dining Chairs

10 English Gothic Chippendale Dining Chairs

You are viewing an amazing set of 10 English Chippendale dining chairs hand crafted from the finest mahogany and with a delightful Gothic twist to the design. What can be said about the good old faithful Chippendale chair. It’s a design classic. The ultimate in dining accessory. Strong, sturdy, elegant, these are built to last and will serve you from here to eternity hence making them a great investment.

This set has just been repolished and reupholstered so they are ready for home use right away. They come with calico seat covers – very comfortable, as well as being fresh from any previous owners smells such as pets and smoke.

The finish to the mahogany is great and the chairs have a lovely veneer. The joins are solid and tight – these are solid and sturdy and comfortable to sit in, wobble free.

We’ve included the set pictured around a matching Regency dining table we have available so please email if you are interested in the set of chairs and table. 

Chippendale, Thomas (1718-1779), English furniture designer and cabinetmaker whose name has become the generic label for furniture of the 1750s and 1760s. The son of a Yorkshire joiner, he probably served a family apprenticeship before seeking his fortune in London. He established a workshop there around 1749, later moving to spacious premises in St Martin’s Lane, at the hub of the London furniture trade. His partner, James Rannie, probably financed the business.

In 1754 Chippendale published The Gentleman and Cabinet Maker’s Director by subscription. This was a book of engraved designs for a wide variety of household furniture in the fashionable styles of the time, including the Rococo, Chinese, and Gothic tastes. It was reissued in 1755 and, with additions in the newly emerging Neo-Classical style, between 1759 and 1762. The Director established Chippendale’s reputation as a leading cabinetmaker and ensured his lasting influence. It was the most distinguished of all the 18th-century furniture design books and the first to provide a comprehensive survey of the styles in vogue.

Chippendale’s considerable business (he employed about 50 skilled craftsmen) was not without setbacks: in 1755 the cabinet shop was severely damaged by fire, and the death of Rannie in 1766 led to financial problems. Although relatively little is known of Chippendale’s private life and although he never achieved the gentlemanly status of some of his contemporary cabinetmakers, his firm produced a quantity of fine furniture for noble and wealthy patrons, and this is well documented. For some he both designed and provided complete interior schemes and it is known that he furnished interiors designed by Robert Adam.

In addition, the firm supplied general household furnishings and equipment such as beds and bedding, mirrors, servants’ furniture, wallpapers, floor coverings, curtains and upholstery, chimney pieces and stoves, decorative metalwork and silverware; its services included repairs and removals, the hiring out of furniture, and funerals.

Some of Chippendale’s most important furniture, ranging from early Director pieces to those executed in the Neo-Classical style of the late 1760s and 1770s, can still be seen in the houses for which it was commissioned. Notable examples are Dumfries House, Ayrshire; Wilton House, Wiltshire; Aske Hall, Nostell Priory, Harewood House, Newby Hall and Burton Constable in Yorkshire; Mersham le Hatch, Kent; Paxton House, Berwickshire; and Petworth House, Sussex.

Chippendale’s eldest son, also Thomas (1749-1822), continued the business and maintained its reputation as one of the leading cabinetmakers of the late 18th century.

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10 Mahogany Gothic Chippendale Dining Chairs Diners

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10 Mahogany Gothic Chippendale Dining Chairs Diners

10 Mahogany Gothic Chippendale Dining Chairs Diners

– Come and view this set for yourself in our Hertfordshire showroom, 25 mins north of London
– Stunning set of English Gothic Chippendale dining chairs in mahogany
– These are the classic Gothic Chippendale look – solid and chunky, very comfortable
– We’ve pictured these around a Victorian mahogany dining table we have so please email us if you are looking for a set
– Set consists of two arm chairs and eight side chairs
– Back splat has the intricately hand carved Gothic interlaced designs
– Further hand carving to the legs and arms – amazing crafting
– Crafted to centuries old traditions here in England
– Will ship to anywhere in the world

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10 English Gothic Chippendale Dining Chairs

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10 English Gothic Chippendale Dining Chairs

10 English Gothic Chippendale Dining Chairs

You are viewing an amazing set of 10 English Chippendale dining chairs hand crafted from the finest mahogany and with a delightful Gothic twist to the design. What can be said about the good old faithful Chippendale chair. It’s a design classic. The ultimate in dining accessory. Strong, sturdy, elegant, these are built to last and will serve you from here to eternity hence making them a great investment.

This set has just been repolished and reupholstered so they are ready for home use right away. They come with calico seat covers – very comfortable, as well as being fresh from any previous owners smells such as pets and smoke.

The finish to the mahogany is great and the chairs have a lovely veneer. The joins are solid and tight – these are solid and sturdy and comfortable to sit in, wobble free.

We’ve included the set pictured around a matching Regency dining table we have available so please email if you are interested in the set of chairs and table. 

Chippendale, Thomas (1718-1779), English furniture designer and cabinetmaker whose name has become the generic label for furniture of the 1750s and 1760s. The son of a Yorkshire joiner, he probably served a family apprenticeship before seeking his fortune in London. He established a workshop there around 1749, later moving to spacious premises in St Martin’s Lane, at the hub of the London furniture trade. His partner, James Rannie, probably financed the business.

In 1754 Chippendale published The Gentleman and Cabinet Maker’s Director by subscription. This was a book of engraved designs for a wide variety of household furniture in the fashionable styles of the time, including the Rococo, Chinese, and Gothic tastes. It was reissued in 1755 and, with additions in the newly emerging Neo-Classical style, between 1759 and 1762. The Director established Chippendale’s reputation as a leading cabinetmaker and ensured his lasting influence. It was the most distinguished of all the 18th-century furniture design books and the first to provide a comprehensive survey of the styles in vogue.

Chippendale’s considerable business (he employed about 50 skilled craftsmen) was not without setbacks: in 1755 the cabinet shop was severely damaged by fire, and the death of Rannie in 1766 led to financial problems. Although relatively little is known of Chippendale’s private life and although he never achieved the gentlemanly status of some of his contemporary cabinetmakers, his firm produced a quantity of fine furniture for noble and wealthy patrons, and this is well documented. For some he both designed and provided complete interior schemes and it is known that he furnished interiors designed by Robert Adam.

In addition, the firm supplied general household furnishings and equipment such as beds and bedding, mirrors, servants’ furniture, wallpapers, floor coverings, curtains and upholstery, chimney pieces and stoves, decorative metalwork and silverware; its services included repairs and removals, the hiring out of furniture, and funerals.

Some of Chippendale’s most important furniture, ranging from early Director pieces to those executed in the Neo-Classical style of the late 1760s and 1770s, can still be seen in the houses for which it was commissioned. Notable examples are Dumfries House, Ayrshire; Wilton House, Wiltshire; Aske Hall, Nostell Priory, Harewood House, Newby Hall and Burton Constable in Yorkshire; Mersham le Hatch, Kent; Paxton House, Berwickshire; and Petworth House, Sussex.

Chippendale’s eldest son, also Thomas (1749-1822), continued the business and maintained its reputation as one of the leading cabinetmakers of the late 18th century.

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14 Foot English Victorian Dining Table & Gothic Chippendale Chair Set

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14 Foot English Victorian Dining Table & Gothic Chippendale Chair Set

14 Foot English Victorian Dining Table & Gothic Chippendale Chair Set

You are viewing a stunning English Victorian style 14 foot dining table and a matching set of 8 Gothic Chippendale chairs in mahogany. I hope the photos does this stunning set some justice – it really is better in the flesh. Eating together whether with family or friends is probably the most important thing we can do – so why not do it in total style and quality with a set that will last for generations? We appreciate it\’s quite an initial outlay but this will last for centuries hence making it a great investment and family heirloom. It was hand made here in England to centuries old traditions and the quality is out of this world.

The table is a Victorian extending diner that works by a winding mechanism at one end (please see close up photo). The table has four leaves each measuring 18 inches so there are numerous different combinations with this table. A leaf is an extra section of the table you can drop in. There are two D ends at either end of the table each measuring 4 feet. You could have just the two D ends together and the table would be round. Fully extended it is 14 feet long – and this would sit 12 people more than comfortably, perfect for large scale dinner parties and functions.

The hand turned bulbous chunky balloon shaped legs are on castors so this table is easy to move around. There is even a leg under the middle of the table which makes it easy when you use the winding mechanism. The finish to the table is gorgeous, deep luxurious mahogany. The table is solid and sturdy, wobble free and comfortable to sit at.

Then of course we have the matching set of eight Gothic Chippendale style chairs in mahogany. As is normal the set consists of two arm chairs and six side chairs. What can you say about the trusty Chippendale chair – they\’re a design classic. In 1754 the Englishman Thomas Chippendale published The Gentleman and Cabinet Maker\’s Director by subscription. This was a book of engraved designs for a wide variety of household furniture in the fashionable styles of the time, including the Rococo, Chinese, and Gothic tastes. Chippedale chairs such as these were perhaps the most popular design used in the book.

Typical Chippendale motifs include the ball and claw feet, the cabriole legs with carved motifs and the elegant backsplat with more hand carved interlaced designs and Gothic references. The seats have just been reupholstered and are hence free from any previous owners smells such as smoke and pets. These chairs are so comfortable to sit in. Solid and wobble free, the joints are very tight. They match the table perfectly and this is a dining set fit for a king and a Queen.

We bought this set from a dealer in Sheringham and we will ship it to anywhere in the world. It can be viewed in our Hertfordshire warehouse.
It is ready for home use right away – act fast, this unique set won\’t be hanging around for long. If you want other dining chairs to match this table we have them – Queen Anne, George III, Trafalgar, Regency other styles of Chippendale – so please ask.

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