As you must image, set of Chippendale chairs of the first period, i.e. 1760-1800, have always been hard to find. Why not have a period set that represents various English makers working in mahogany that are not an exact match and save enough money to buy another object?
Each of these is circa 1760-1800, English and built with fine skill of this period. There are two pairs and two singles of roughly the same height and design with quite similar color and patina (rich and old). Each features a carved serpentine crest over a strap-work back on an upholstered seat with Marlboro legs and stretchers. Do not miss opportunity for a sextet! Or you could add to your present set. They are in solid order and ready for new covers.
The largest, h. 39.5″, w. 22.5″, d. 20″. $2600 for the group of six.