These clearly point to the transition between the cabriole leg and the straight leg of Chippendale, and are about 1760 in date.
He gave at the knees and was obliged to cling to a Chippendale cabinet for support.
The profuse carving is in Chippendale's very best style, not flamboyant, but elegant and graceful.
It's incredible; there's a Chippendale suite simply in splinters.
It was sold chiefly to other cabinet-makers and did not bring in many orders, as Chippendale's and Hepplewhite's did.
Both styles, when made by Chippendale, were decorated only with carving.
The chairs of Chippendale and his school are very characteristic.
But Chippendale was also a practical cabinet-maker as well as a designer.
The "sideboard" which one so generally hears called "Chippendale" scarcely existed in his time.
Here we have a pure 'Chippendale' book-plate of an unpronounced type.
"piece of furniture by, or in the style of, Chippendale," by 1871, from Thomas Chippendale (c.1718-1779), English cabinetmaker. The family name (13c.) is from Chippingdale, Lancashire (probably from Old English ceaping "a market, marketplace," related to cheap). Chippendales beefcake dance revue, began late 1970s in a Los Angeles nightclub, the name said to have been chosen for its suggestion of elegance and class.