Pictured is a set of Hepplewhite heart shaped dining chairs posted on Architectural Digest. Hepplewhite furniture spans generally from 1780 through 1810. It’s a neoclassical style and falls within the United States historical furniture styles falls in the Federal period. Hepplewhite’s style was known to have certain similarities with British designer Thomas Sheraton’s furniture. Older Hepplewhite style tends to have more detail with substantially more carving and curvilinear shapes. These are popular chairs for designers and look elegant in a traditional or eclectic dining room. To see different angles of the chairs please visit the ERA Interiors store.
This mahogany round Regency dining table features a 6’ diameter table top supported by a simple single pedestal decorated with hand carved foliage on the upper portion of the base. The table base is also made out of solid mahogany with brass castors shaped like lion’s paws on the ends of the legs. Furniture during the Sheraton period was often created utilizing satinwood or satin-birch, featuring classical motifs and extensive use of inlay, and is usually light in scale, slim and graceful. Other popular decorative ornaments featured on Sheraton furniture include a Lion’s Mask, a Sphinx and stringing lines.