Cover of The Chippendale Society Collection catalogue.

The Catalogue of the Society's Collections is obtainable for £5 plus £2.50 postage from The Curator, The Chippendale Society, Temple Newsam House, Leeds LS15 OAE. Payment methods other than cheque and postal destinations outside the UK may incur extra charges.

Reading List

Boynton, Lindsay, and Goodison, Nicholas. 'The Furniture of Thomas Chippendale at Nostell Priory, I and II', Burlington Magazine, Vol CXI: 794-5 May & June 1969: 281-5, 351-9.
Chippendale, Thomas. The Gentleman and Cabinet Maker’s Director: A Reprint of the Third Edition, Mineola: Dover Publications, 1966.
Coleridge, Anthony. Chippendale Furniture, London: Faber & Faber, 1968.
Coleridge, Anthony. 'Thomas Chippendale and Foremark Hall', Furniture History, XXXIII, 1997: 136 - 42.
Friedman, Joseph. 'New Light on the Renishaw Commode', Furniture History, XXXIII, 1997: 143 - 9.
Gilbert, Christopher. The Life and Work of Thomas Chippendale, London: Studio Vista/Christie’s, 1978.
Gilbert, Christopher. 'New Light on the Furnishing of Nostell Priory', Furniture History, XXVI, 1990: 53-64.
Goodison, Judith. ‘Thomas Chippendale the Younger at Stourhead’, Furniture History, 41, 2005: 57-116.
Goodison, Judith 'A Puzzle Solved: Furniture at Newby Hall, Yorkshire', Burlington Magazine, CLI: 1270, January 2009: 28-31.
Hardy, John. 'Sir Rowland Winn's Music Desk', Furniture History, XXXIII, 1997: 134-5.
Lomax, James. 'An Antiquarian Organ Screen from Harewood', Furniture History, LI, 2015: forthcoming.
Sellars, Jane. Ed. The Art of Thomas Chippendale: Master Furniture Maker Exhibition Catalogue, Harewood: Harewood House, 2000.
The Chippendale Society. Catalogue of the Collections, Leeds: The Chippendale Society, 2000.