Philadelphia Chippendale refers to a style of furniture that originated in Philadelphia during the 18th century. It is inspired by the designs of Thomas Chippendale, an English furniture maker who was influential during this time. Philadelphia Chippendale furniture is known for its refined elegance, intricate carving, and attention to detail. It often features elaborate motifs, such as rococo and Gothic-inspired elements, and is characterized by its use of mahogany wood. This style of furniture played a significant role in the development of American furniture design and is highly regarded for its craftsmanship and historical significance. 18th century school in Philadelphia, following the rich carving style of Chippendale in fine mahogany, walnut and maple.