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view 2014hc8268 jpg s unknown FWK Bequeathed by Miss E. M. Baker 1650-12-31 1650-01-01 1650 (made) Height: 62 cm, Width: 129 cm, Depth: 50.7 cm Bequeathed by Miss Ellen Maud Baker of 23 Copley Park, Streatham SW16, described by W.A.Thorpe as... 311 2014-08-29T19:19:33.000Z 2014-08-29T19:19:33.000Z 52.883289 On loan -1.97685 Oak Oak, carved with inlay panel probably of bog oak and holly or poplar CIRC.358-1961 circ3581961 O137899 Chest Carved oak chest with interlace ? round the front and a lozenge motif on each panel; these are... England 2014HC8268 Domestic chests were generally used for storing clothing, bedding and linen, and are often... 3 chest-unknown 2014-07-08T00:00:00.000Z carving 1650 1650 view
view Unknown FWK 1675-12-31 1625-01-01 mid 17th century (made) Chest, carved oak, south west England, 1630-80 (46/947) Height: 72.5 cm, Width: 126.5 cm, Depth: 51 cm Bought (with key) for £18 from William Savage, Arch House, Henton, Wells, Somerset. The chest... 1397 2014-08-29T19:24:50.000Z 2014-08-29T19:24:50.000Z 51.161179 On loan -3.04212 Oak Oak, joined and carved CIRC.540-1919 circ5401919 O131081 Chest Locked (key lost) Chest of panelled construction with carved front panels and freize Stamped TM... Somerset West Country (Gloucestershire or Somerset) Domestic chests were often used for storing clothing, bedding and linen, and are often recorded... 3 chest-unknown 2014-02-19T00:00:00.000Z carving, punching 1675 1625 view
view 2006at6266 jpg s FWK 1700-12-31 1650-01-01 late 17th century (made) Double-bulbed baluster from a staircase, carved oak, the Netherlands or Belgium, late 17th century This type of double-bulbed baluster was one of the first to become popular in the early 1400s.... 1528 2014-08-29T19:25:28.000Z 2014-08-29T19:25:28.000Z 52.108089 In Storage 5.33033 Oak, carved 604-1883 6041883 O113440 Baluster Baluster from a staircase, carved oak, double-bulbed. Netherlands 2006AT6266 3 baluster 2013-08-17T00:00:00.000Z 1700 1650 view
view Anastassiades, Michael FWK 1998-12-31 1998-01-01 1998 (designed) 1998 (made) 'Garden Horn'; horn shaped device made of oak. Designed by Dunne & Raby and Michael... Height: 220 mm, Width: 1600 mm, Depth: 50 mm 4753 Garden Horn A device for speaking to plants that otherwise might be neglected Oak W.73-2002 The... 2014-08-29T19:34:42.000Z 2014-08-29T19:34:42.000Z 51.506321 In Storage -0.12714 Oak Oak W.73-2002 w732002 O79181 Horn Long horn shaped device made of oak with oak handle London Attribution note: Commissioned by the British Council for exhibition in Prague Reason For... Unique This contraption is part of a collection called 'Weeds, Aliens and Other Stories'. Using the... 2 garden-horn-weeds-aliens-and-horn-anastassiades-michael 2013-09-11T00:00:00.000Z Garden Horn; Weeds, Aliens and Other Stories 1998 1998 view
view 2006ah0206 jpg s Unknown FWK 1540-12-31 1520-01-01 1520-1540 (made) Renaissance panel, featuring a carved profile head within a roundel, Britain, 1520 - 1540 7201 2014-08-29T19:42:15.000Z 2014-08-29T19:42:15.000Z 54.313919 In Storage -2.23218 Oak 222-1898 2221898 O77481 Panel United Kingdom 2006AH0206 Object Type This panel, featuring a carved profile head within a roundel, would originally have... 3 panel-unknown 2014-08-04T00:00:00.000Z 1540 1520 view
view 2006am1099 jpg s Unknown H. Clifford Smith, Catalogue of English Furniture & Woodwork (London 1930), 611, Plate 32.... FWK 1604-12-31 1595-01-01 ca. 1600 (made) Draw table Height: 83.2 cm, Width: 183 cm leaves closed, Depth: 84.5 cm, Length: 340 cm British Galleries, room 56e Comparable tables Nettlecombe: six-legged, fixed top, table 19 feet long, probably dateable c.... Possibly made in Southwark, London. Oak Table purchased from Caroline Drummond, executrix &... 7867 British Galleries: Refugee craftsmen from Flanders (now Belgium) supplied both the design sources... 2014-08-29T19:44:30.000Z 2014-08-29T19:44:30.000Z 51.50563 British Galleries, room 56e, case 7 -0.08897 Sycamore, Oak, bog oak Oak, carved and inlaid with sycamore, holly and bog-oak 384-1898 3841898 O77573 Table 1 Draw-Table; the top rests on rails with panels of geometrical marquetry consisting of small-scale... Southwark 2006AM1099 Object Type A draw table is an extending table with the top divided into three leaves. Those at... 3 va table-unknown 2014-08-04T00:00:00.000Z carving, turning 1604 1595 view
view 2006am3094 jpg s Pugin, Augustus Welby Northmore FWK Given by the Archbishop of Birmingham 1841-12-31 1839-01-01 1839-1841 (made) Oscott chair, a 'Glastonbury' chair Height: 85 cm, Width: 53.6 cm, Depth: 62 cm Life and Art: Arts and Crafts from Morris to Mingei (Aichi Prefectural Museum of Art, Nagoya 12/06/2009-16/08/2009) Life and Art: Arts and Crafts from Morris to Mingei (Metropolitan Art Museum, Tokyo 24/01/2009-05/04/2009) Life and Art: Arts and Crafts from Morris to Mingei (The National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto) International Arts & Crafts (Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco 18/06/2006-18/08/2006) International Arts & Crafts (Indianapolis Museum of Art 27/09/2005-22/01/2006) International Arts & Crafts (Victoria & Albert Museum 17/03/2005-24/07/2005) Many different versions of the Glastonbury chair, sometimes carved with decoration and... One of a set of chairs supplied for the dining room of the Bishop's House at St Chad's Roman... 9040 British Galleries: A.W.N. Pugin based his design on an ancient chair, called the Glastonbury... 2014-08-29T19:49:04.000Z 2014-08-29T19:49:04.000Z 51.506321 In Storage -0.12714 Oak CIRC.352-1961 circ3521961 O78057 Chair London 2006AM3094 Object Type The Glastonbury chair was a folding chair with X-frame legs, said to have belonged to... 3 chair-pugin-augustus-welby 2014-08-04T00:00:00.000Z 1841 1839 view
view 2006am2537 jpg s Unknown FWK Given by Percy Z. Round 1600-12-31 1550-01-01 1550-1600 (made) Height: 58 cm, Width: 11.5 cm, Depth: 8.5 cm British Galleries, room 56e Made in England. Carved oak carytid, given by Percy Z Round Notes from R.P. 25/5042 One of 2... 9060 British Galleries: This was probably once part of the backboard of a bed or a cabinet. It may... 2014-08-29T19:49:08.000Z 2014-08-29T19:49:08.000Z 52.883289 British Galleries, room 56e, case 7 -1.97685 Oak, carved CIRC.536-1925 circ5361925 O78079 Pilaster 1 England 2006AM2537 Object Type Pilasters are flattened columns used to decorate a wall or the surface of an object... 3 va pilaster-unknown 2014-08-04T00:00:00.000Z 1600 1550 view
view Jonathan Meyer, 'The Nineteenth Century. Empire and Eclecticism', in <i>The Layman's Book of... FWK Lent by John S.M. Scott 1850-12-31 1841-01-01 ca. 1846 (made) Cabinet, oak, carved, painted and gilded, with brass hinges; designed by A.W.N. Pugin for his own... Height: 229 cm, Width: 152 cm, Depth: 60.5 cm British Galleries, room 122e Designed by A.W.N. Pugin (born in London 1812, died in Ramsgate, Kent, 1852); made in London by... 9250 British Galleries: This cabinet was designed by the architect A.W.N. Pugin for use in his own... 2014-08-29T19:50:04.000Z 2014-08-29T19:50:04.000Z British Galleries, room 122e, case 7 Shields with arms of the Welby and Pugin families and Pugin's monogram. Inscription on both... Oak, carved, painted and gilded; brass fittings LOAN:SCOTT.1 loanscott1 O78389 Cabinet 1 Object Type This cabinet is in the Gothic style and is based on early 16th century cupboards used... 2 VA cabinet 2014-04-24T00:00:00.000Z 1850 1841 view
view 2006am0376 jpg s Fromanteel, Ahasuerus FWK Gift of Brigadier W. E. Clark CMG, DSO through The Art Fund 1664-12-31 1655-01-01 ca. 1660 (made) Long-case Clock- Fromanteel Height: 189.3 cm, Width: 31.8 cm, Depth: 19.8 cm, Height: 27 cm base British Galleries, room 56e Made in London by Ahasuerus Fromanteel (active 1654-1685) A Fromanteel long case clock, English... 9716 British Galleries: Christiaan Huygens (1629-1695) invented the pendulum in 1657 in The... 2014-08-29T19:52:20.000Z 2014-08-29T19:52:20.000Z 51.506321 British Galleries, room 56e, case 2 -0.12714 Oak, with veneer of ebony and stained hardwood, and gilt-bronze mounts W.10:1 to 5-1963 w101963 O78936 Longcase clock 1 This clock is housed in a long case veneered with ebony on oak. The lift-up hood is glazed on... London 2006AM0376 Object Type This clock is housed in a long case veneered with ebony on oak. The lift-up hood is... 3 va longcase-clock-fromanteel-ahasuerus 2014-08-04T00:00:00.000Z 1664 1655 view
view 2006al5812 jpg s Seddon, John Pollard FWK Purchased with the assistance of The Art Fund 1861-12-31 1861-01-01 1861 (made) King Rene's Honeymoon Cabinet, oak, inlaid and painted, with painted metal mounts; designed by... Height: 133.4 cm, Width: 252 cm, Depth: 87 cm The Victoria and Albert Museum: Art and Design For All (Kunst und Ausstellungshalle der Bundesrepublik Deutschland, Bonn 18/11/2011-15/04/2012) British Galleries, room 122d According to J.P. Seddon, <u>King René's Honeymoon Cabinet</u>, London 1894, he designed the... 9717 British Galleries: This cabinet is painted with imaginary scenes from the life of the Medieval... 2014-08-29T19:52:21.000Z 2014-08-29T19:52:21.000Z 51.506321 British Galleries, room 122d, case 1 -0.12714 From: Belham & Co. Stained Glass and Mosaic Works Buckingham Palace Road London To: Mrs... Oak, inlaid with various woods, with painted metalwork and painted panels W.10:1 to 28-1927 w101927 O78937 Cabinet 1 The cabinet consists of a flat top, with central sloping desk, and a shelf running the full width... London 2006AL5812 Shown at the London International Exhibition of 1862 Object Type J.P. Seddon (1827-1906) designed this architect's desk, including the metalwork and... 3 VA king-renes-honeymoon-cabinet-cabinet-seddon-john-pollard 2014-08-04T00:00:00.000Z King René's Honeymoon Cabinet 1861 1861 view
view 2006am6308 jpg s Unknown FWK 1699-12-31 1690-01-01 ca. 1695 (made) [*] Dyrham Bookcase Height: 247.5 cm, Width: 145.5 cm, Depth: 54 cm British Galleries, room 56e Made for the library at Dyrham Park, South Gloucestershire Probably made in London for William... 9722 British Galleries: The earliest known free-standing bookcase was made for the writer Samuel Pepys... 2014-08-29T19:52:22.000Z 2014-08-29T19:52:22.000Z 51.506321 British Galleries, room 56e, case 2 -0.12714 Oak, with original crown glass and iron fittings W.12:1 to 11-1927 w121927 O78943 Bookcase 1 London 2006AM6308 Object Type For convenience the bookcase is constructed in four sections: the lower cupboard with... 3 va dyrham-bookcase-bookcase-unknown 2014-08-04T00:00:00.000Z Dyrham Bookcase 1699 1690 view
view 2006am3097 jpg s Unknown H. Clifford Smith, Catalogue of English Furniture & Woodwork (London 1930), cat. 562. Form; the... FWK 1624-12-31 1615-01-01 ca. 1620 (made) Height: 55 cm, Width: 246.3 cm, Depth: 33 cm British Galleries, Bromley-by-Bow Room, room 58 Bench, purchased from Mr W E Palmer, 38 Gloucester Road, SW7, 17 November 1923 R.P.... 9752 British Galleries: Forms and stools provided seating for most people in rooms such as this. They... 2014-08-29T19:52:31.000Z 2014-08-29T19:52:31.000Z 52.883289 British Galleries, Bromley-by-Bow Room, room 58, case FS -1.97685 Oak, turned and joined W.223-1923 w2231923 O78980 Form 1 England 2006AM3097 Object Type Benches, or forms, were a simple and functional form of seating for dining halls,... 3 VA form-unknown 2014-08-04T00:00:00.000Z 1624 1615 view
view 2006am9018 jpg s Unknown FWK Given by Mr Alfred Copleston 1620-12-31 1600-01-01 1600-1620 (made) Adam and Eve column Height: 115 cm without plinth, Width: 25 cm top, Depth: 26 cm top British Galleries, room 56e Probably made in Devon for the exterior of a house. Post carved with two figures of Adam & Eve,... 9755 British Galleries: The design of this column depicts the biblical story of Adam and Eve. Such... 2014-08-29T19:52:32.000Z 2014-08-29T19:52:32.000Z 50.724209 British Galleries, room 56e, case 7 -3.71814 Oak, carved, with gesso and traces of pigmentation W.25-1959 w251959 O78985 Column 1 Devon 2006AM9018 Object Type Although its original use is uncertain, this column may have formed part of a... 3 va column-unknown 2014-08-04T00:00:00.000Z 1620 1600 view
view 2006an2230 jpg s Unknown Percy Macquoid: History of English Furniture. Vol. I. The Age of Oak (London, 1904), fig.43 FWK Given by H. A. Tipping 1540-12-31 1539-01-01 1539-40 (made) Height: 25.2 cm, Height: 63 cm, Depth: 2.5 cm British Galleries, room 57b Given by H. Avray Tipping, Mounton House, Chepstow (RF 13/4373M and 18/2369 The ten similar... 9775 British Galleries: The decoration in these panels includes popular Renaissance motifs. The... 2014-08-29T19:52:39.000Z 2014-08-29T19:52:39.000Z 52.883289 British Galleries, room 57b, case WS -1.97685 Oak, filled with verdigris chalk ground W.37B-1918 w371918 O79012 Panel 1 A group of ten panels with incised ornament and sunk background filled with black composition;... England 2006AN2230 Associated with Painswick Park, Gloucestershire, one of the residences of Sir William Kingston Object Type The panel is part of series, decorated with classical motifs, thought to have come... 3 VA panel-unknown 2014-08-04T00:00:00.000Z 1540 1539 view
view 2006am8596 jpg s Unknown H. Clifford Smith, Catalogue of English Furniture & Woodwork (London 1930), cat. 582, Plate... FWK 1620-12-31 1580-01-01 1580-1620 (made) Height: 31.5 cm including hinges, closed, Width: 69.2 cm, Depth: 50.5 cm British Galleries, room 58b Probably made in Southwark, London See Wolsey and Luff (1969) fig. 120 for a similar desk... 9782 British Galleries: INLAID TABLE DESK AND BOX<br> These two pieces were probably made by European... 2014-08-29T19:52:41.000Z 2014-08-29T19:52:41.000Z 51.50563 British Galleries, room 58b, case 3 -0.08897 Oak, inlaid with boxwood and bog oak; interior drawers in poplar; tinned iron hinges W.4:1, 2-1911 w41911 O79021 Table desk 1 Southwark 2006AM8596 Object Type The writing desk developed in England at the end of the 16th century. Easily... 3 VA table-desk-unknown 2014-08-04T00:00:00.000Z 1620 1580 view
view 2006al6988 jpg s Unknown Hanging Livery or Food Cupboard, inlaid with holly and bog oak. The front, divided in the centre... FWK 1604-12-31 1595-01-01 ca. 1600 (made) Height: 72.5 cm, Width: 86.5 cm, Depth: 27 cm British Galleries, room 56d Made in England. Hanging Livery Cupboard (loan NTWM), purchased from Tom A Lovelock, 29 St... 9787 British Galleries: Cupboards such as this were useful for all kinds of possessions. They were... 2014-08-29T19:52:42.000Z 2014-08-29T19:52:42.000Z 52.883289 British Galleries, room 56d, case WE -1.97685 Oak, inlaid with strips of holly and bog oak W.42-1914 w421914 O79027 Livery cupboard 1 Hanging Livery or Food Cupboard, inlaid with holly and bog oak. The front, divided in the centre... England 2006AL6988 Object Type The alternating chevrons of bog oak and holly that decorate the front of the... 3 VA livery-cupboard-unknown 2014-08-04T00:00:00.000Z 1604 1595 view
view 2006am2096 jpg s Unknown FWK Bequeathed by Mr W. W. Simpson, through The Art Fund 1680-12-31 1630-01-01 1630-1680 (made) Height: 94 cm, Width: 61.2 cm across arms, Depth: 55 cm British Galleries, Bromley-by-Bow Room, room 58 Probably made in Cheshire or south-west Lancashire From: H. Clifford Smith, Catalogue of... 9800 British Galleries: Armchairs were a sign of status and were usually only provided for the master... 2014-08-29T19:52:47.000Z 2014-08-29T19:52:47.000Z 53.214039 British Galleries, Bromley-by-Bow Room, room 58, case FS -2.54466 Oak, carved and joined; cushion is a modern reproduction W.53-1917 w531917 O79042 Armchair 1 Cheshire 2006AM2096 Object Type This simple and strong armchair was a common type in the 16th century. Chairs of... 3 VA armchair-unknown 2014-08-04T00:00:00.000Z 1680 1630 view
view 2006am7931 jpg s Unknown Clifford Smith, H., <u>Catalogue of English furniture & woodwork. Vol. I, Gothic and early... FWK 1544-12-31 1535-01-01 ca. 1540 (made) Height: 63.4 cm, Width: 30 cm, Depth: 2 cm maximum, estimated British Galleries, room 58b Said to have come from Windsor Castle. Purchased from Mr G R Harding of St James's Square along... 9828 British Galleries: Heraldic motifs on objects do not always relate to someone's coat of arms.... 2014-08-29T19:52:54.000Z 2014-08-29T19:52:54.000Z 52.883289 British Galleries, room 58b, case 5 -1.97685 'IHS' Jesus the saviour of men 'IC' Oak Oak, carved, painted and gilded. W.75-1911 w751911 O79077 Panel 1 Panel of carved oak with traces of colour and gilding. The upper part is carved with leafy... England 2006AM7931 Said to have come from Windsor Castle Object Type During the Tudor period heraldic motifs and mottoes were often incorporated into the... 3 VA panel-unknown 2014-08-04T00:00:00.000Z carving, painting, gilding 1544 1535 view
view 2006am2100 jpg s Unknown H. Clifford Smith, Catalogue of English Furniture & Woodwork (London 1930), cat. 551. Chair; the... FWK 1660-12-31 1640-01-01 1640-1660 (made) Height: 89 cm, Width: 48 cm, Depth: 49 cm British Galleries, room 56d Made in England Leather covered chair and leather covered chair, purchased from Miss A M Lyster,... 9831 British Galleries: The popularity of leather-covered chairs at this period may reflect fewer... 2014-08-29T19:52:54.000Z 2014-08-29T19:52:54.000Z 52.883289 British Galleries, room 56d, case 4 -1.97685 Oak, with leather upholstery and brass-headed nails W.9-1923 w91923 O79080 Backstool 1 England 2006AM2100 Object Type This is a typical small chair dating from about 1640-1660, made for use rather than... 3 VA backstool-unknown 2014-08-04T00:00:00.000Z 1660 1640 view