Hepplewhite


Also found in: Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

Hep·ple·white

 (hĕp′əl-wīt′, -hwīt′)
adj.
Of, relating to, being, or imitating an English style of furniture of the late 1700s, characterized by its light, graceful lines, the use of concave curves, and the shield or heart backs of its chairs.

[After George Hepplewhite.]

Hepplewhite

(ˈhɛpəlˌwaɪt)
adj
(Antiques) of, denoting, or made in a style of ornamental and carved 18th-century English furniture, of which oval or shield-shaped open chairbacks are characteristic
[C18: named after George Hepplewhite (1727–86), English cabinetmaker]

Hep•ple•white

(ˈhɛp əlˌʰwaɪt, -ˌwaɪt)

n.
1. George, died 1786, English furniture designer.
adj.
2. of or in the style of late 18th-century English furniture associated with George Hepplewhite, characterized by graceful curving lines and neoclassical motifs.
[1895–1900]
References in periodicals archive ?
Jonathan Mould claimed two and Lee Garfoot, Graeme Stone, Martin Herdman, Jonny Cummings and Michael Hepplewhite one each as Shotley Cricketers thumped Stanley Earl Grey 7-1.
EXPERIENCED angler Theresa Hepplewhite took her daughter Katherine Hoggarth out on her first fishing trip aboard JFK Two.
I mean, who'd have thought the elderly Mrs Hepplewhite would have continued to enjoy a burgeoning career as an "erotic entertainer around the workingmen's clubs" until she was well into her 70s?
Crafted in the Hepplewhite style that was popular in this country during the Federal period, all pieces were done in solid mahogany.
Rod Hepplewhite, from Prism Planning, agents for the developer, said it was hoped the application would be determined by the end of March, with the shop potentially ready to open in May.
There are two concerts involving piano trios: the Hepplewhite Trio, winners of the 2012 Leamington Music Prize and the more recently formed Leonore Trio.
A strong representation of North Carolina objects is being led by an important late 18th century China Press, a circa 1800 Hepplewhite Cellaret, a Chester Webster Stoneware Jug, and original Benny Carter folk art.
The real ear-opener of the evening was Martinu's Concertino for Piano Trio and String Orchestra, H232, in which Fan Yu was joined by his Hepplewhite Piano Trio colleagues Amy Littlewood and Hetti Price.
Kearney blocked a shot from Bulford when the striker was through one on one, only for the loose ball to fall to Michael Hepplewhite and the substitute applied a cool finish from outside the box.
Donald Stewart-Whyte, 23, of Hepplewhite Close, High Wycombe, has been acquitted on all charges.
it is easy to trace the influence of Hepplewhite and Adams.
The company has been working hard to expand fruit and nut-based products into snacking formats, said marketing director Nell Hepplewhite.