GEORGE III MAHOGANY COCKPEN SIDE CHAIR
In the Chinese Chippendale style, the rectangular open fretwork back with re-entrant corners, over a broad stuff-over foliate
needlework upholstered seat, raised on square chamfered legs united by an H-form stretcher.
Note: The cockpen chair was popular in England and Scotland during the last half of the 18th century. The design is said to
have derived from the Chinese lattice design pew chairs in Cockpen Church, Midlothian, Scotland, made for the
and Earls of Dalhousie, circa 1755. Several versions were published in
Chippendale’s Directory of 1762.
38”H x 23.25"W x 19.5"D
Seat Height, 18"
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George III Mahogany
"Cockpen" Sidechair, England, c1770