Named for famous English cabinetmaker, Thomas Chippendale, this period in antique furnishing was the first to be named after a designer rather than a monarch. Inspired by Chippendale’s book of furniture designs, the furniture in this period was characterized by cabriole legs, ball-and-claw feet, Chinese fretwork and Gothic arches.
The AWI Chippendale pillow features a small self-welt, tucked corners and applied trim in Chippendale’s famous fretwork pattern. The Chippendale pillow is offered in any combination of seven linen colorways and six French grosgrain trim colorways. A down insert and zipper are included.