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LavishShoestring.com |  Dressing table        Place of origin:        London, England (made)      Date:        ca. 1754 (made)      Artist/Maker:        Linnell, John, born 1729 - died 1796 (designer)      Linnell, William, born 1698 - died 1763 (maker)      Materials and Techniques:        Pine and mahogany, with japanned decoration (painted with layers of pigmented varnish); handles of gilt bronze

1754 British Dressing table designed by John Linnell. Materials: Pine and mahogany, with japanned decoration (painted with layers of pigmented varnish); handles of gilt bronze

Secretaire attributed to Thomas Chippendale, c. 1773, with Chinese lacquer panels and English japanning. ©National Trust/Christopher Warleigh-Lack

Columnar legs on Chippendale in Chinoiserie Style! Secretaire attributed to Thomas Chippendale, c. with Chinese lacquer panels and English japanning.

Louis XVI. Small writing desk. Maker: Martin Carlin. Oak veneered with tulipwood, amaranth, and stained sycamore; mahogany; seventeen soft-paste porcelain plaques; gilt-bronze mounts.Paris, France. Ca. 1768

charming writing desk (bonheur-du-jour), 1768 ~ by Martin Carlin (French, ca. Oak, veneered with tulipwood & amaranth; stained sycamore and mahogany drawers;

1780 French Chest of drawers at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London - From the curators' comments: "This piece of furniture combines a chest of drawers and a secretaire. The top surface moves back and, at the same time, the drawer slides forward, to provide a writing surface."

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1780 French Chest of drawers at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London - From…

Late 18th Century  English  Lacquered Chest | From a unique collection of antique and modern lacquer at http://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/more-furniture-collectibles/lacquer/

Late 18th Century English Lacquered Chest

For Sale on - An century, lacquered chest decorated with chinoiserie, mounted on modern Stand.

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Chinoiserie Chic: Black and Gold Chinoiserie~ love the way the back has been decorated in gilt landscape scenes.

A George III black-lacquer-mounted breakfront side cabinet attributed to Thomas Chippendale circa 1770 | lot | Sotheby's

A George III black-lacquer-mounted breakfront side cabinet attributed to Thomas Chippendale circa 1770 — USD LOT SOLD. USD (Hammer Price with Buyer's Premium

c1940 Chippendale Revival pier table, mah, 41w,36t, 16-1       http://www.ebay.com/usr/circa19century

c1940 Chippendale Revival pier table, mah, 41w,36t, 16-1 http://www.ebay.com/usr/circa19century

English japanned cabinet which combines East Asian features with inset Italian pietra dura panels and ivory plaques brought back by Sir Matthew. Based on its similarity to certain designs by Mayhew and Ince and Chippendale it probably dates to the late 1750s.

A paradigm buffet at Uppark

English cabinet incorporating dura panels, ivory plaques after the Antique, Chinese lacquer & miniature pagodas, late in the Little Parlour at Uppark, West Sussex.

Armchair | John Linnell, 1754. London. Beechwood frame, gilt and japanned, with traces of red paint below; modern upholstery. The form of this chair with its rectilinear back and arms filled with Chinese fretwork remained popular until the 1770s. Thomas Chippendale included designs for Chinese chairs in his Director, first published in 1754.

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Chinese Fretwork Back Armchair, by John Linnell. Beechwood frame, gilt and japanned, with traces of red paint below; One of a set of eight at Badminton House.

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1753-1754 British Standing shelf at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York - Yet another great example of the East Asian influence in European decorative arts at this time in history, this shelf is almost fantastical in appearance.  There is no way this could be taken for a Chinese- or Japanese-made piece - the combination of elements is decidedly European, I think.

Standing shelf, Maker: William Linnell (ca. Maker: and John Linnell (British, Date: ca. Culture: British Medium: Lacquered and painted pine, mahoogany and British walnut.

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The red japanned cabinet at Erddig, is by John Belchier French English Huguenot There is more chinoiserie by Belchier at that extraordinary house. Right next to the cabinet is the state bed from about 1720 with its Chinese embroidered hangings.

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