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    • Shekar Davarya

      federal chair - shield splat

    • Carmen Federle

      American hepplewhite shield back chair c. 1795-1805

    • Saundra Cottrell

      This chair is an example of Hepplewhite furniture, which dates from about 1780-1810. This particular style is called the shied-back chair and was constructed between 1795-1805. It is a neoclassic style and falls within the Federal period in the U.S. Hepplewhite style tends to be more ornate, with substantial carving and curvilinear shapes. Considered "city furniture," Hepplewhite was especially popular in American states along the Eastern Seaboard, from New England to the Carolinas.

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      hepplewhite furniture | Hepplewhite Style Furniture

    • Patricia Connolly

      Rhode Island Hepplewhite mahogany shield-back chair. For more info: Named after London designer and cabinetmaker George Hepplewhite (?-1768), whose The Cabinet Maker and Upholsterers Guide was published posthumously in 1788, Hepplewhite furniture dates from about 1780-1810. It is a neoclassic style and falls within the Federal period in the U.S.

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