possibly Chippendale & Rannie (fl. 1754 - 1766)
circa 1765 - circa 1770
Mahogany, oak drawer linings, deal to carcase, brass
81 x 86 x 46 cm
Place of origin
St. Martin's LaneOrder this image
Nostell Priory, West Yorkshire (Accredited Museum)
A small George III mahogany chest of drawers, English, circa 1765-70, possibly made by Chippendale & Rannie (fl. 1754 - 1776) or Thomas Chippendale (fl. without a business partner 1766 - 1771). Of one long over two pairs of two short cockbeaded drawers, raised on tapering square-section legs. The drawers fitted with brass bale handles, backplates and thread escutcheons.
Purchased by the National Trust by private treaty sale from Lord St Oswald in 2010.
Makers and roles
possibly Chippendale & Rannie (fl. 1754 - 1766), cabinet maker possibly Thomas Chippendale (fl. 1766 - 1771 when operating without a business partner), cabinet-maker