De Gournay- blue of the Earlham, a classic hand-painted Chinoiserie paper, is a showstopper. The Chinese Chippendale George III mirror, shown in an off-white gesso- Seen on quintessenceblog.com
Quintessence Blog shot some spectacular photos of inside the New York de Gournay store. de Gournay is best known for their extravagant hand painted wall coverings. The firm was founded in 1986 by Claud Cecil Gurney, after finding it impossible to locate artisans to restore the antique wallpaper in his own home. He discovered that this traditional art was disappearing. With a business idea of resurrecting this beautiful art, he traveled to China where he searched for artists whose families had the experience of this particular antique art. Inspiration for de Gournay’s products come from the 17th and 18th centuries.
A Pair of George III Chippendale Carved and Painted Style Side Chair
Chippendale Mirror White Lacquer - www.claytongrayhome.com
Chippendale Upholstered Wing Back Chairs wanklighting.blogspot.com
Carved Chinese Chippendale White Lacquer Wall Mirror -Assemblage Ltd.
Nearly six feet tall, and three feet wide, this elegant mirror is carved in the Chinese Chippendale style, with white lacquer finish. The frame is carved into many flourishes, surmounted by a gentleman seated in pagoda structure, and flanked by twin griffins
White Chippendale Style Couch THE SHOP
Mahogany frame with beaded marlborough legs, carved brackets and a pierced stretcher. Tight back sofa has scrolled arms with three loose seat cushions.
Chippendale Corner Chair In White -www.southpacificfurniture.com
Antique Mohair Chippendale Sofa- www.onekingslane.com
Mini Children's Chippendale Chairs- Tosalena Furniture
Antique Chippendale Neoclassical Carved Giltwood Girandole c.1765 Philip Colleck, Ltd.
White Chippendale style chairs with modern silver table -www.ourboathouse.com
Set of 8 Antique Chippendale Dining Chairs. Paul Kleinwald Art and Antiques Inc
These are genuinely early copies of mid 18th century chairs and are superior in every way to the faked up chairs coming in from Asia. An 18th century set of these would be in excess of $100,000. Ball and claw feet, leaf carved knees, horse shoe shaped seats, pierced and carved back splats, cupid's bow crest with shell and leaf carving. Bears a tag from the well known Wakefield-Scearce Galleries of Shelbyville, Kentucky