: Thomas Chippendale, “The Gentleman & Cabinet-Makers Director”, 3rd. edition, plate XIX. The right hand example has a very similar arm terminal, stretcher and shaped back.
“The life and work of Thomas Chippendale” by Christopher Gilbert shows a similar French Chair, p84 Fig 134.
“Thomas Chippendale 1718-1779” Adam Bowett & James Lomax, p.38-39,Plate 2.2, p. 45 Plate 2.5, armchair with moulded, scrolling arm terminals, p108-109 Plate 6.6, identical shaped arms with moulded, scrolled arm terminals,
A Chippendale Commission,
Dumfries House Catalogue, Christies London.
Vol I, p.302-303 #124, Vol II, p.125 #255Pair of chairs with identical arm terminals, p198-199 #344 Commode Chair by Chippendale with serpentine arms and scrolled arm terminals.