Georgian Mahogany Tilt Top Tripod Table Attributed to Thomas Chippendale

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An extremely elegant mid-18th-century mahogany tilt top tripod table of exceptional quality and made by the finest craftsmen. The design of the tripod table base has a strong reference to the Work of Thomas Chippendale and relevant designs are recorded in the Harewood House Archives.

England, circa 1765

Height  70 cms – 27.5in
Depth 79 cms – 31in
Width 79 cms – 31in

Out of stock

Description

Forming part of our important English antique furniture collection, this fine tilt top tripod table is attributed to the workshop of Thomas Chippendale. Original drawings held in the archives at Harewood House reveal an almost identical table design, to which this table corresponds. Furthermore, the quality of timber and construction can only be one of the few top London makers.

Links: Georgian Mahogany Tilt Top Tripod Table Attributed to Thomas Chippendale

Thomas Chippendale – Master Cabinetmaker to the Aristocracy

18th Century Mahogany in English Antique Furniture: Red Gold

Financing is available on request via Art Money.


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