table, tea

in the style of: George Hepplewhite (English, b.1727?, d.1786)

circa 1785-1790
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in the style of George Hepplewhite (English, 1727? – 1786) centre table, England, circa 1785-90 Mahogany, Satinwood | 680 x 884 x 628 The Johnston Collection (Foundation Collection, A0094-1989) in the style of Hepplewhite. Serpentine-shaped, cross-banded satinwood rim, four fine cabriole legs. George Hepplewhite (1727? – June 21, 1786) was a cabinetmaker. He is regarded as having been one of the "big three" English furniture makers of the 18th century, along with Thomas Sheraton and Thomas Chippendale. there are no pieces of furniture made by Hepplewhite or his firm known to exist but he gave his name to a distinctive style of light, elegant furniture that was fashionable between about 1775 and 1800 and reproductions of his designs continued through the following centuries. One characteristic that is seen in many of his designs is a shield-shaped chair back, where an expansive shield appeared in place of a narrower splat design. tea table, Hepplewhite style. Serpentine-shaped, cross-banded satinwood rim, 4 fine cabriole legs, Mahogany, satinwood
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in the style of: George Hepplewhite (English, b.1727?, d.1786)
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circa 1785-1790
680 x 884 x 628
Measurement details
height: 680mm
width: 884mm
depth: 628mm
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Foundation Collection, 1989
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This digital record has been made available on TJC Collection Online through a significant donation from the OPENING DOORS fund, the generous support of The Friends of The Johnston Collection, and Digitisation Champion Christine Bell
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