style of George Hepplewhite (d.1786)
A mahogany chair, English, 19th century, in the style of Hepplewhite, the shaped top rail above a pierced vertical splat, incised to the top rail and uprights, the drop-in seat upholstered with reddish brown horsehair, plain seat rail incised 'II' to rear rail, above four chamfered square-section legs, united by variously positioned and heighted stretchers.
Date of acquisition by the National Trust unknown. Recorded at Hatchlands Park in the 1976 inventory.
Makers and roles
style of George Hepplewhite (d.1786), cabinet maker and furniture designer