Thomas Chippendale II (1749 -1822)
Satinwood, mahogany, rosewood, mahogany and beech construction, brass castors
73 x 155.4 x 121.6 cmOrder this image
Stourhead, Wiltshire (Accredited Museum)
A mahogany satinwood and rosewood cross-banded breakfast table or centre table, possibly by Thomas Chippendale II (1749-1822) London, circa 1800. The rounded rectangular hinged top with triple cross banding and stringing above a pedestal with four turned columns joining a plinth and four downswept sabre legs, raised on brass cap castors.
Possibly supplied by Thomas Chippendale II for Stourhead although the table does not appear in any of the accounts. Possibly inventoried in 1838 in the Picture Gallery, no.384 'An inlaid satin and rosewood elliptical Centre table on four pillars and claws'
Makers and roles
Thomas Chippendale II (1749 -1822), cabinet maker and designer