Dinning Room

Dinning Room / D122

Chippendale (1750-1790)
Named after British designer and cabinet maker Thomas Chippendale, who published his furniture designs in "The Gentleman and Cabinet Maker's Director" in 1754. The Chippendale style can be classified into three types: French influence, Chinese influence, and Gothic influence. In the United States, the Chippendale style was a more elaborate development of the Queen Anne style with cabriole legs, ball-and-claw foot, and broken pediment scroll top on tall case pieces.

Dining room In Chippendale Style
This elegant dining room from the eighteenth century, emits an antique air fits for today’s classic interior. Constructed from beechwood, brown ronj with root wood veneer finished with cabriole legs, shell motifs, claw-and-ball foot which emits timeless taste. Hand crafted in Egypt.
Components of Chippendale dining
• 2.45W x 0.56D x 2.20H
• 1.10W x 0.50D x 2.20H
Dining Tables
• 2.20W x 1.20D x 0.83H
Dining Chair
• 0.60W x 0.50D x 1.10H
NOTE: This piece is offered with the choice of custom paint or stain colors and various finishing, including the marble & the fabrics as well.
Delivery Time: Three Months