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  1. Thomas Chippendale, the younger (1749–1822) was an English artist, furniture maker and designer, and the eldest of Thomas Chippendale 's eleven children. He was devoted to his father and worked with Chippendale Senior until the later died in 1779. Thereafter he took over his father's business until Thomas Chippendale Jnr was obliged to close the ...

  2. The Chippendale Society | Thomas Chippendale Jr. Thomas Chippendale the Younger was the eldest son of Thomas Chippendale senior. There appears to be no record of his birth but there is evidence of his baptism at St. Paul’s Church, Covent Garden on April 23 1749. At the age of four the family moved to St. Martin’s Lane, Covent Garden.

  3. This portrait wax bust represents Thomas Chippendale the Younger and is made by an unknown artist in England in the early 19th century. The father of Thomas Chippendale, Thomas Chippendale the Elder (1718-1779) ran a large and successful cabinet-making business, based from 1754 at St. Martin's Lane, London.

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  4. Thomas Chippendale Jnr The workshop was continued by his son, Thomas Chippendale, the younger (1749–1822), who worked in the later Neoclassical and Regency styles, "the rather slick delicacy of Adam 's final phase", as Christopher Gilbert assessed it. [10]

    • Who Was The Antique Furniture Maker Thomas Chippendale (1718 to 1779)?
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    Thomas Chippendale is probably the best known British cabinetmaker. He was a leading British cabinetmaker whose work was extremely influential during the early Georgian period. It was widely copied and imitated in later years.

    Thomas Chippendale was born in Oatley, Yorkshire in 1718 into a family of carpenters. Not much is known of his early life and career. In 1748, at the age of thirty, he settled in London where married Catherine Redshaw and worked as a cabinet maker. Later on, in 1753 he moved to St.Martin’s Lane, where he had workshops and a timber yard. He lived there for the rest of his life.

    In 1754 Thomas Chippendale published The Gentleman and Cabinet Makers Director (1754; 2nd ed. 1755; 3rd ed.1762) or widely known as The Director. This made him the first furniture maker to release a book with his designs and undoubtedly gained him a wide popularity, establishing Chippendale as a household name. Nothing on such a scale had ever been published before in England or elsewhere. Almost every type of indoor furniture was illustrated in it. The designs were predominantly French Rococo in style, including Neo-Gothic and Chinoiserie, known as Chinese Chippendale. In a later edition, he also added Neo-Classical styles. The book and its designs were widely copied by other cabinetmakers, which further cemented his fame. He specifically claims in the preface of The Director to have made most of the designs himself, and it seems likely that he did so, especially for the case pieces. However several of the designs have clearly borrowed from both Continental and English pattern books.

    From a very early stage, Thomas Chippendale gained such a success, that he no longer needed to produce the furniture by himself. For much of his career, he was mostly occupied with running his very extensive business, rather then cabinetmaking himself. By 1755 he already had 40-50 employees as cabinet-makers, upholsters and carvers working in his workshop, while his attention was predominantly focused on inventing new designs, attracting new clients and managing the business. In 1754 Chippendale took into partnership James Rannie who was a wealthy Scottish merchant willing to invest in the firm. They remain partners until Rannie´s death in 1766. In 1771, the accountant Thomas Haig joined the firm, which then became Chippendale, Haig and Company. The Chippendales firm undertook the complete furnishing and decoration of large houses such as Nostell Priory and Harewood House. Haig left the company 25 years later when he retired in 1796. After Chippendale’s death in 1779, the firm of Ch...

  5. possibly by thomas chippendale the younger, circa 1785 Each with a medallion-back within a fluted frame, with open outsplayed armrests and with fluted and scrolled arm-supports, with a bowed seatfront, covered in polychrome fruiting and floral pattern yellow silk, with a fluted seatrail, on sunflower-headed turned tapering fluted legs, with gadrooned feet, with batten carrying-holes ...

  6. The model for this pair of parcel-gilt and green painted armchairs corresponds to a set of French-inspired mahogany armchairs supplied by Thomas Chippendale the Younger (d. 1822) to Sir Richard Colt Hoare for the Library at Stourhead, Wiltshire.

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