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Most of the Society’s collections are on permanent display at Temple Newsam House (Leeds Museums and Galleries).

The fully illustrated Catalogue is available from The Hon Curator, The Chippendale Society, Temple Newsam House, Leeds LS15 OAE.
Price £6 (includes p & p).  Sterling cheques only please made payable to The Chippendale Society.

List of the Collections
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C 1972/1 The Gentleman and Cabinet Maker’s Director, first edition 1754
2
C 1972/2 Portrait of a Man (reputedly Thomas Chippendale the younger)
3
C 1972/3 Chippendale family bible
4
C 1973/1 Denton Hall summary account
5
C 1973/2 A Collection of Ornamental Designs, published by John Weale
6
C 1973/4 Coffin plate, escutcheons and handles for Lady Heathcote, 1772
7
C 1975/1 Engraved invitation card to Caesar Crouch, 1753
8
C 1975/4a Drawing for three Chinese chairs, 1753
9
C 1975/4b Drawing for three chairs, 1753
10
C 1975/4c Drawing for two dressing tables, 1760
11
C 1975/4d Drawing for three chairs, c1753
12
C 1976/1 Library armchair from Brocket Hall
13
C 1976/2 Pier table from Harewood House, c1771 – 2
14
C 1977/1 Genteel Household Furniture, 1763 – 4
15
C 1979/1 Parlour chair, c1762
16
C 1980/1 Face screen from Harewood House, c1778
17
C 1980/2 Marriage Licence of Chippendale the elder
18
C 1980/3a-c Three plates from The Gentleman and Cabinet Maker’s Director, 1754
19
C 1981/1 Scrapbook containing various anonymous drawings, engravings etc
20
C 1982/1 Notebook of Sir James Calthorpe, 1758 – 9
21
C 1982/2 Set of bed cornices from Harewood House, c1770
22
C 1983/1 Letter to Sir Rowland Win, 1769
23
C 1983/2 Pole fire screen from Harewood House, 1771 – 2
24
C 1984/1 Dwarf bookcase from David Garrick’s Villa, c1775
25
C 1984/2 Pier Table from David Garrick’s villa, 1772
26
C 1985/1 Ten wall borders from Harewood House
27
C 1985/2 Figure of a crane from a day bed at Harewood House, 1769
28
C 1986/1 India Picture from Harewood House, 1770 – 1
29
C 1987/1 Tapestry fire screen panel, probably by Thomas Moore, c1760
30
C 1988/1 Stool from Harewood House, 1777
31
C 1990/1 The Gentleman and Cabinet Maker’s Director, second edition 1755
32
C 1990/2 Fragment of green silk damask from the State Bed at Harewood House
33
C 1990/3 The Gentleman and Cabinet Maker’s Director, third edition 1762
34
C 1992/1a Drawing for a candlestand, 1760
35
C 1992/1b Drawing for fire grates, 1760
36
C 1996/1 Pair of pier tables from Denton Hall, c1778
37
C 1999/1 Music Desk from Nostell Priory, 1767
38
C 2000/1 Letter from Chippendale junior, 1813
39
C 2001/1 Organ screen from Harewood Church, 1804
   
 
 
   
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