From the 1750s to date, the Chippendale style has been popular in furniture design. It is characterized by simple and elegant designs, a departure from the French Rococo style. Its popularity helped Thomas Chippendale become one of the leading cabinetmakers of the 18th century. The upcoming DuMouchelles auction features a Chippendale-style mahogany dining set from the 1920s. The complete set includes a table with claw feet, two armchairs, four side chairs, a sideboard, and a china rack cabinet with four glass doors.
Over 350 lots will be presented in this sale, including jewelry, decorative art, weavings, and furniture pieces. A pair of 14-karat white gold and diamond earrings is especially highlighted. Each diamond is set in a halo motif. Flatware and tea services will also be available, as well as a Persian Tabriz wool rug woven with a Biblical scene. It shows Lot’s wife being turned to stone as Lot and his daughters proceed away from Sodom. View the complete catalog and register to bid on DuMouchelles.
Lot Categories:Furniture (122), Asian Art & Antiques (73), Decorative Art (54)
# of Lots:347
Price Range:$50 - $18,000
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|14 Kt White Gold And 15.72 Ct Diamond, Halo Dangle Earrings||
|Gilt Gesso & Carved Wood Pier Mirror||
|Persian Tabriz Handwoven Wool Rug||
|Persian, Tabriz, Handwoven Wool Rug||
|Chippendale Style Mahogany Dining Set: 6 Chairs, Table, Sideboard, China Cabinet||
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