Haig & Chippendale (fl. 1779 - 1796)
Mahogany, brass, beech frame
71.5 x 94 x 63.5 cm
Place of origin
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Stourhead, Wiltshire (Accredited Museum)
A mahogany and brass bound wine cooler on stand, by Haig & Chippendale (fl.1779-1796) London 1780. Supplied to Richard Colt Hoare at Lincoln Inn Fields, London. Of oval form with two brass bands and a zinc liner with plug tap to the base. The stand with a moulded edge and guilloche carved band to the lower edge, square section tapered legs and brass socket castors.
Made for Sir Richard Colt Hoare for Lincoln in Fields in 1780 by Haig & Chippendale. Given to the National Trust along with Stourhead House, its grounds, and the rest of the contents by Sir Henry Hugh Arthur Hoare, 6th Bt (1865 – 1947) in 1946.
Makers and roles
Haig & Chippendale (fl. 1779 - 1796), cabinet maker and designer
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