A Fine Pair Of Hepplewhite Side Chairs (circa 1790) Possibly American, Covered In Zoffany Fabric.
A fine pair of mahogany Hepplewhite chairs of good country house proportions with Zoffany “Trellis” cut velvet seat coverings and tapered front legs made by a cabinet maker during the late George III period. he Cabinet Maker and Upholsterers Guide was published posthumously by his wife Alice in 1788, Hepplewhite furniture dates from about 1780-1810. It is of neoclassic style and falls within the Federal period in the United States.
These chairs are possibly American.
|Dimensions||20.5 × 21.3 × 39.4 in|