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Creator: George Hepplewhite
Pair of Vintage Black Velvet Upholstered George Hepplewhite Wingback Armchairs
By George Hepplewhite
Located in GB
We are delighted to offer for sale absolutely stunning pair of vintage oversized George Hepplewhite wingback armchairs with the Philadelphia oversized wings These are a showstoppi...
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20th Century English Art Deco George Hepplewhite Furniture

Materials

Velvet, Beech

GEORGE HEPPLEWHITE WHEATGRASS CARVER DESK ARMCHAiR IN HARDWOOD GREEN LEATHEr
By George Hepplewhite
Located in GB
Royal House Antiques Royal House Antiques is delighted to offer for sale this lovely vintage George Hepplewhite Wheatgrass style carver armchair in Mahogany with the period green le...
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Early 20th Century English Victorian George Hepplewhite Furniture

Materials

Hardwood, Leather

Pair of Antique Hepplewhite Stands or Tables
By George Hepplewhite
Located in Palm Beach, FL
Standout pair of early 19th century English stands handcrafted in mahogany with bow front tops having geometric inlaid edges over two drawer cases with flame mahogany fronts and cros...
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Early 19th Century English Hepplewhite Antique George Hepplewhite Furniture

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Mahogany

Hepplewhite Side Table with Burled Wood Top
By George Hepplewhite
Located in Sag Harbor, NY
Hepplewhite side table with burled wood top. Two drawers. One with key. 21.5″W x 17.25″D x 28″H
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18th Century English Antique George Hepplewhite Furniture

Materials

Wood

Unique Antique 1880 George Hepplewhite Wheatgrass Captains Chair Brown Leather
By George Hepplewhite
Located in GB
We are delighted to offer for sale this exceptionally rare and super collectable Antique Victorian George Hepplewhite Wheatgrass revolving captains chair which has been fully restore...
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1880s English High Victorian Antique George Hepplewhite Furniture

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Leather, Oak

Hepplewhite Sheraton Style Inlaid Mahogany Tambour Writing Desk
By George Hepplewhite
Located in Swedesboro, NJ
This American made 1920s era mahogany piece is made in the quality level of New York makers. With the leather top removed, the metal tray makes a convenient wine tasting tray or table.
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1920s American Vintage George Hepplewhite Furniture

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Metal

6 Mahogany Hepplewhite Dining Chairs, Circa 1760
By George Hepplewhite
Located in Lincoln, GB
Set of 6 mahogany Hepplewhite dining chairs with wheat carving to the backs. The wood is beautifully rich and all of the chairs are ...
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18th Century Hepplewhite Antique George Hepplewhite Furniture

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Fabric, Mahogany

Hepplewhite Hardwood Armchair on Delicate Curved Legs on Original Seat
By George Hepplewhite
Located in GB
We are delighted to offer for sale this Hepplewhite writing armchair on delicate legs. The armchair features an elbow shape arm rest, along with bells splat design at the back. Si...
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20th Century English Victorian George Hepplewhite Furniture

Materials

Hardwood

Lovely Late 19th Century Hepplewhite Hardwood Armchair on Shield Shape Back
By George Hepplewhite
Located in GB
We are delighted to offer for sale this elegant Hepplewhite Mahogany armchair with floral seat. The item simple and stylish armchair is suitable for any room. This splendid antiqu...
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Late 19th Century English Late Victorian Antique George Hepplewhite Furniture

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Hardwood

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Georgian Armchair Green Leather Seat, English Hepplewhite circa 1785
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This is a good quality English armchair from the George III, Hepplewhite period, made circa 1785. The hardwood, possibly red walnut, frame has a camel back with a well carved centra...
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Pair English Georgian Style Tan Leather Wingback Armchairs
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Mid-Century Modern Armchairs in Hardwood & White Leather Joaquim Tenreiro Brazil
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Available now, this beautiful pair of Brazilian Modern armchairs are made of ebonized Pau Marfim hardwood & white leather in buttone style. The structure is composed of curved arms & feet, and were designed by Joaquim Tenreiro in the 1940’s. The wood joints are composed of delicate wood pins in Pau Marfim also, which were typically used by the artist at the time. Sold as set of two. For the restoration process, both armchairs where dissembled to understand their condition and to restore them following Tenreiro’s technique. This is shown in the last 3 images. The set comes from a private residence in Copacabana, Rio de Janeiro. This mid-century modern pair would look incredible in any modern, mid-century modern, boho chic or contemporary environment. Joaquim Tenreiro (1906–1992) was among the leading furniture designers and visual artists in mid-20th century Brazil. Tenreiro was born in Melo, Gouveia Municipality, Portugal into a family of woodworkers and carpenters. In the late 1920s, he emigrated to Rio de Janeiro and began working for the firm of Laubisch & Hirth. In the early 1940s, Tenreiro was among the first designers in the Brazilian furniture industry to adopt a European modernist vernacular. His initial efforts, including the 1942 "Poltrona Leve," met with considerable success, and in 1943 he established his own firm with factories in Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo. However, it was not until the 1950s that he began to be recognized as a master furniture designer in Brazil. His design philosophy found a great response with architects who supported modernism. A forerunner in the use of rediscovered raw materials (like cane and jacaranda -Brazilian Roswood) as well as the creator of a new formal language in 20th-century Brazilian furniture design, he drew on the lessons of past furniture-making as a vital source, not only in the mastery of technical and constructive solutions but also in the aesthetic experience, craftsmanship, and the cultural meaning of his production. As a result, his exquisitely crafted pieces evoke a refined coexistence of traditional values and modern aesthetics, firmly bound to the Brazilian cultural milieu. Literature: • Arquitetura e Decoracao, no. 12, Jul-Aug 1955 • Tenreiro book...
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George Hepplewhite furniture for sale on 1stDibs.

George Hepplewhite furniture are available for sale on 1stDibs. These distinctive items are frequently made of wood and are designed with extraordinary care. There are many options to choose from in our collection of George Hepplewhite furniture, although brown editions of this piece are particularly popular. Many of the original furniture by George Hepplewhite were created in the Victorian style in united kingdom during the 20th century. If you’re looking for additional options, many customers also consider furniture by James Shoolbred, Hampton & Sons , and Jas Schoolbred. Prices for George Hepplewhite furniture can differ depending upon size, time period and other attributes — on 1stDibs, these items begin at $628 and can go as high as $9,067, while a piece like these, on average, fetch $1,818.

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