style of Thomas Chippendale (Otley 1718 - London 1779)
1770 - 1799
Mahogany and brass
1905 mm (H); 1905 mm (Length)
Place of origin
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Hatchlands Park, Surrey (Accredited Museum)
A mahogany breakfront library bookcase, English, late 18th century, in the style of Chippendale, the broken arch pediment above a dentil moulded cornice, four astragal glazed doors enclosing adjustable shelves, the lower section with two short and three long graduated drawers, with brass swan-neck handles, flanked by paneled cupboard doors with wooden knobs, on plinth base.
Date of acquisition by the National Trust unknown. Recorded at Hatchlands Park in the 1965 inventory.
Makers and roles
style of Thomas Chippendale (Otley 1718 - London 1779) , cabinet maker and furniture designer