Thus Schmidt could not enter the house of Hepplewhite without making himself amenable to the law.
There are more pieces of Hepplewhite furniture in America than one is aware of.
It was sold chiefly to other cabinet-makers and did not bring in many orders, as Chippendale's and Hepplewhite's did.
This was at the commencement of the Hepplewhite period, which lasted till 1790.
Hepplewhite had a specialité, to which he alludes in his book, and of which he gives several designs.
"I always send them something on Christmas," said Mr. Hepplewhite.
The Prince of Wales's feathers, so often associated with Hepplewhite's own work, are embodied in the splat of one.
Ashamed, terrified, humiliated, Mr. Hepplewhite almost burst into tears.
Of the three chairs at top of p. 215, the left-hand one is in Chippendale style merging into Hepplewhite.
"I supposed they had to—if he came into my house," said Mr. Hepplewhite.
as a modifier, by 1878, in reference to style of furniture introduced in England by cabinetmaker George Hepplewhite (d.1786). The proper name is from Heblethwaite, near Sedbergh in the West Riding of Yorkshire.