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view FWK 1699-12-31 1600-01-01 17th century (made) 206 W.216-1923 ARM-CHAIR ENGLISH (Yorkshire); early 17th century Oak, with carved... 2014-08-29T19:18:51.000Z 2014-08-29T19:18:51.000Z In Storage [] W.216-1923 w2161923 O58564 Armchair Arm-Chair (painted); the back, which is surmounted by a carved and scrolled cresting, contains... 3 armchair 2013-08-17T00:00:00.000Z 1699 1600 view
view 2008bt7449 jpg s Moser, Koloman Jervis, Simon: <u> Furniture Of About 1900 From Austria & Hungary In The Victoria & Albert... FWK 1903-12-31 1903-01-01 1903 (made) Height: 70 cm, Width: 61 cm, Depth: 61 cm The dressing room in the Hölzl apartment had a table with a drawer and a <i>chaise longue</i>, as... This chair was made for the dressing-room in the Hölzl apartment in Vienna. Originally, according... 347 ARMCHAIR Designed by Koloman Moser (Austrian, 1868-1918) Probably made by Caspar Hrazdil,... 2014-08-29T19:19:45.000Z 2014-08-29T19:19:45.000Z 48.202541 In Storage 16.368799 maple, brass (alloy), pearwood Maple, inlaid with ebonised pearwood, with brass feet; the upholstery is not original W.9-1982 w91982 O84637 Armchair Tub armchair, of maple with ebonised pearwood. Six brass-capped feet rise as uprights to support... Vienna (city) 2008BT7449 This armchair was designed by Koloman Moser in the latest Vienna Secession style, for the... 3 armchair-moser-koloman 2013-08-17T00:00:00.000Z inlay (process), joining, staining 1903 1903 view
view 2006al6990 jpg s Unknown FWK 1880-12-31 1860-01-01 1860-1880 (made) C17 oak armchair Height: 91.4 cm, Width: 46.5 cm, Depth: 36 cm maximum, at arm level British Galleries, room 123 7910 British Galleries: The Reverend William Maskell (about 1814-1890) was an enthusiastic collector... 2014-08-29T19:44:40.000Z 2014-08-29T19:44:40.000Z British Galleries, room 123, case 10 Carved oak 394-1890 3941890 O77578 Armchair 1 2006AL6990 once thought to date from 1600-1650 Object Type This chair was for many years thought to be a genuine 17th-century piece. However,... 3 VA armchair-unknown 2014-08-04T00:00:00.000Z 1880 1860 view
view 2006am1906 jpg s Unknown FWK 1774-12-31 1765-01-01 ca. 1770 (made) Eighteenth-century armchair Height: 94 cm maximum, back of chair, Width: 58 cm maximum, of arms, Depth: 55.5 cm maximum British Galleries, room 123 Acquired from the collection of the Hon. W.B.F. Massey-Mainwaring, MP (1845-1907) 8220 British Galleries: This chair is part of a collection of furniture lent to the Museum in 1896.... 2014-08-29T19:45:45.000Z 2014-08-29T19:45:45.000Z 54.313919 British Galleries, room 123, case 10 -2.23218 Carved mahogany, with later plush seat cover 504-1907 5041907 O77640 Armchair 1 Great Britain 2006AM1906 Object Type Armchairs of this type were used in dining rooms and libraries in the 1770s. The... 3 VA armchair-unknown 2014-08-04T00:00:00.000Z 1774 1765 view
view 2006am9473 jpg s Unknown FWK 1693-12-31 1685-01-01 1685-1693 (made) Armchair - caned, England, 1685-1693 Height: 125.5 cm, Width: 60 cm, Depth: 49.5 cm, Height: 41 cm seat British Galleries, room 56d Armchair purchased from Ernest Streeter Notes from R.P. 1899/90132 Listed on report of receipt... 8701 British Galleries: Caned chairs, introduced in the 1660s were inspired by Indian ebony chairs... 2014-08-29T19:47:25.000Z 2014-08-29T19:47:25.000Z 52.883289 British Galleries, room 56d, case 10 -1.97685 'T.B.' Carved and turned walnut, with caned panels 702-1899 7021899 O77701 Armchair 1 England 2006AM9473 Object Type This armchair is typical of the style of the 1680s, with elaborate carving and a... 3 VA armchair-unknown 2014-08-04T00:00:00.000Z 1693 1685 view
view 2006am8598 jpg s Unknown FWK Bequeathed by Mr Edward Knoblock 1808-12-31 1799-01-01 ca. 1804 (made) Height: 91 cm, Width: 65 cm, Depth: 74 cm British Galleries, room 120 George Smith (active 1801-1828) illustrated a design for a very similar armchair in his pattern... 9729 British Galleries: This chair is based on designs published in George Smith's 'Collection of... 2014-08-29T19:52:24.000Z 2014-08-29T19:52:24.000Z 54.313919 British Galleries, room 120, case 20 -2.23218 VI' punched inside the back seat rail Beech, painted and gilded, with cane seat W.14-1945 w141945 O78951 Armchair 1 Great Britain 2006AM8598 After a design by George Smith Object Type Armchairs of this nature were intended for the drawing room. In his Collection of... 3 VA armchair-unknown 2014-08-04T00:00:00.000Z 1808 1799 view
view 2006am8228 jpg s Kensett (Mr) W.A.Thorpe, ‘The Prosody of the Turner’, in ‘The Antique Collector’, December 1952, pp. 265-72,... FWK Presented by his family, in memory of the late Walter L. Behrens 1840-12-31 1830-01-01 1830-1840 (made) wells 'antiquarian' chair Height: 136 cm, Width: 81 cm, Depth: 75 cm Probably made by Mr Kensett of Mortimer Street, London From: H. Clifford Smith, Catalogue of... 9754 British Galleries: This extraordinary chair is a copy of a famous chair at the Bishop's Palace,... 2014-08-29T19:52:32.000Z 2014-08-29T19:52:32.000Z 51.506321 In Storage -0.12714 Oak and ash, turned W.24-1913 w241913 O78983 Armchair London 2006AM8228 Probably made by Mr Kensett of Mortimer Street, London Object Type This chair is a reproduction of a 17th-century turned chair in the Bishop's Palace at... 3 armchair-kensett-mr 2014-08-04T00:00:00.000Z 1840 1830 view
view 2006an3991 jpg s Unknown FWK Given by Mrs C. E. Allan OBE, in memory of her husband, Mr C. E. Allan 1620-12-31 1580-01-01 1580-1620 (made) THREE-LEGGED ARMCHAIR Height: 88.9 cm, Width: 61.2 cm, Depth: 48.5 cm British Galleries, room 57b These turned chairs of triangular form were also popular with furniture collectors in the... Probably made in Britain, by an unindentified turner. Turned chair at Tamworth, gift of Mrs C E... 9769 British Galleries: This chair was made almost entirely of turned posts with simple joints. The... 2014-08-29T19:52:37.000Z 2014-08-29T19:52:37.000Z 54.313919 British Galleries, room 57b -2.23218 Unseasoned ('green') oak W.32-1931 w321931 O79004 Armchair 1 Great Britain 2006AN3991 Object Type Three-legged chairs were suitable for use on uneven floors as they would not wobble.... 3 VA armchair-unknown 2014-08-04T00:00:00.000Z 1620 1580 view
view 2006am8416 jpg s Unknown Margaret Jourdain, English Decoration and Furniture of the Early Renaissance. (1500 - 1650). Vol.... FWK 1544-12-31 1535-01-01 ca. 1540 (made) Box chair Height: 114 cm, Width: 63 cm maximum, Depth: 38 cm British Galleries, room 58d Sitting lion finials are shown on a bench seat in Robert Campin's Annunciation (1438-40), Musee... Bought for £200 from G.C.Beresford (an Edwardian photographer), of 20 Yeoman's Row, London SW3.... 9778 British Galleries: Armchairs were usually reserved for the most important member of the... 2014-08-29T19:52:40.000Z 2014-08-29T19:52:40.000Z 52.883289 British Galleries, room 58d, case WW, shelf FS -1.97685 Oak Carved and joined oak, with later replacement parts W.39-1920 w391920 O79015 Armchair 1 Arm-chair. The square back, surmounted at either end by the figure of a crouching lion, has an... England 2006AM8416 Object Type Box chairs or 'joyned cheyres', as they were called, furnished the houses of rich... 3 VA armchair-unknown 2014-08-04T00:00:00.000Z carving 1544 1535 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 2006al6953 jpg s Cottingham, Lewis Nockalls FWK 1845-12-31 1840-01-01 1840-1845 (made) Adare Manor chair Height: 1100 cm, Width: 70 cm, Depth: 55.5 cm British Galleries, room 120 Probably commissioned by the 2nd Earl of Dunraven for the Long Gallery, Adare Manor, County... 9823 British Galleries: This chair is closely copied from an illustration of a Medieval chair in... 2014-08-29T19:52:52.000Z 2014-08-29T19:52:52.000Z 51.506321 British Galleries, room 120, case 2 -0.12714 Sweet chestnut, with modern upholstery based on the original W.71-1982 w711982 O79068 Armchair 1 London 2006AL6953 Object Type Chairs with legs arranged in an x-shape were used by designers to create Tudor... 3 VA armchair-cottingham-lewis-nockalls 2014-08-04T00:00:00.000Z 1845 1840 view
view 2006al5664 jpg s Unknown FWK 1700-12-31 1670-01-01 1670-1700 (made) 1682 (dated) 1880-1910 (altered) Oak armchair Height: 1140 cm, Width: 560 cm, Depth: 610 cm, Width: 610 cm over cresting British Galleries, room 123 At one time at Thorp Hall, Thorp Arch, West Yorkshire. Originally made in Yorkshire 9830 British Galleries: At first glance this appears to be an authentic 17th-century chair but is... 2014-08-29T19:52:54.000Z 2014-08-29T19:52:54.000Z 53.741451 British Galleries, room 123, case 5 -1.68597 Seat dated 1682, with the initials A.C. and E.H. On the front uprights are the initials EP. Carved and turned oak W.91-1921 w911921 O79079 Armchair 1 From: H. Clifford Smith, Catalogue of English Furniture & Woodwork (London 1930), 520, Plate... West Yorkshire 2006AL5664 At one time at Thorp Hall, Thorp Arch, West Yorkshire Object Type The overall shape of this chair is typical of chairs made in Yorkshire between 1600... 3 VA armchair-unknown 2014-08-04T00:00:00.000Z 1700 1670 view
view 2006al6986 jpg s Webb, Philip (Speakman) Tim Barringer et al., <i>Pre-Raphaelites: Victorian Avant-Garde</i>, exhibition catalogue (Tate... FWK 1890-12-31 1870-01-01 1870-1890 (made) ca. 1860 (designed) Armchair, ebonised beech, with turned ornament and a rush seat. Britain (London), 1870-1890.... Height: 85 cm, Width: 52 cm, Depth: 44 cm Pre-Raphaelites: Victorian Avant Garde (Tate Britain 12/09/2012-13/01/2013) The Cult of Beauty: The Aesthetic Movement 1860-1900 (Musée d'Orsay 13/09/2011-15/01/2012) The Cult of Beauty: The Aesthetic Movement 1860-1900 (Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco 18/02/2012-17/07/2012) The Cult of Beauty: The Aesthetic Movement 1860-1900 (Victoria & Albert Museum 02/04/2011-17/07/2011) 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 13/09/2008-09/11/2008) William Morris (Victoria & Albert Museum 01/01/1996-31/12/1996) British Design at Home (Tokushima Modern Art Museum 10/09/1994-06/11/1994) British Design at Home (Kyoto National Museum of Modern Art 05/07/1994-21/08/1994) British Design at Home (The Museum of Art, Kobe Hankyu 15/05/1994-22/06/1994) British Design at Home (Saitama Prefecture Modern Art Museum 05/04/1994-05/05/1994) British Galleries, room 125f Possibly designed by Philip Webb (born in Oxford, 1831, died in Worth, West Sussex, 1915); made... 10770 Sold by Morris & Co. in large numbers from about 1869 until the 1920s as their 'Sussex Chair'.... 2014-08-29T19:57:03.000Z 2014-08-29T19:57:03.000Z 51.506321 British Galleries, room 125f, case BAY 2 -0.12714 beech, rush Ebonised beech, with a rush seat CIRC.288-1960 circ2881960 O7883 Armchair 1 Armchair, ebonised beech with turned ornament and a rush seat. London 2006AL6986 Designed about 1860; this example made 1870 - 1890 Object Type This chair was named after a country chair found in Sussex, which inspired the design... 3 VA sussex-chair-armchair-webb-philip-speakman 2014-08-04T00:00:00.000Z turning, staining Sussex chair 1890 1870 view
view FWK Given by Brigadier W. E. Clark CMG, DSO 1629-12-31 1620-01-01 ca. 1625 (made) Elaborate carved oak armchair. The back panel decorated with an inlaid design of flowers within a... Height: 123 cm, Width: 67 cm, Depth: 60 cm Armchairs early 17th century, gift of Brig. W E Clark 6/12/50 Notes from R.P. 49/1588 & R.P.... 10841 Large numbers of elaborately decorated armchairs of this type, with panelled backs and turned... 2014-08-29T19:57:22.000Z 2014-08-29T19:57:22.000Z 52.883289 In Storage -1.97685 Oak oak, inlaid with other woods W.67-1950 w671950 O7967 Armchair The front legs are of baluster form. The back legs are of square section and prolonged to form... England 3 armchair 2013-08-17T00:00:00.000Z carving, inlay (process), turning 1629 1620 view
view 2006aj3667 jpg s Clein, Francis Christies, 19th February 1953, lot No. ? 'Five Italian painted Hall chairs with shell pattern... FWK 1629-12-31 1620-01-01 ca. 1625 (made) Armchair, carved oak, with a shell-shaped back and two cartouche-shaped supports, the one at the... Height: 110.5 cm, Width: 69.2 cm, Depth: 66 cm British Galleries, room 56e It has been suggested that chairs of this type were originally intended for long galleries and... Purchased for £5 17s 7d, part of a purchase of five chairs for £28. Two were bought by Sir Leigh... 10843 Armchair Carved oak, formerly gilt English: second quarter of the 17th century Similar chairs... 2014-08-29T19:57:22.000Z 2014-08-29T19:57:22.000Z 52.883289 British Galleries, room 56e, case WS, shelf FS -1.97685 beech, Oak Carved oak and beech, painted W.9-1953 w91953 O7969 Armchair 1 A chair of carved oak and beech. The arms, balusters and front slat are of beech and the seat and... England 2006AJ3667 Similar chairs were stated by Horace Walpole in his <font -u>Anecdotes of Painting</font> to have... Object Type The chair has a scallop-shell back based on the sgabello, an ornate form of hall... 3 va armchair-clein-francis 2014-08-04T00:00:00.000Z carving, turning, painting (coating) 1629 1620 view
view 2006au5553 jpg s Unknown Jervis, Simon. The Pryor's bank. Fulham. Residence of Thomas Baylis Esquire F.S.A. An... FWK Given by Mr E. Bullivant 1720-12-31 1700-01-01 1700-1720 (made) Carved walnut armchair, with caned seat and back, a lamb and flag represented in the cresting.... Height: 140 cm, Width: 72 cm, Depth: 70 cm, Height: 41 cm of seat, Width: 60 cm of seat, at front, Width: 46 cm of seat, at back, Depth: 45 cm of seat The chair was given by a private donor, without any provenance, in 1955. At the time it was... 10849 ARMCHAIR Carved walnut with caned seat and back. English; late 17th century The Lamb and Flaming... 2014-08-29T19:57:24.000Z 2014-08-29T19:57:24.000Z 52.883289 In Storage -1.97685 'B' Label 'Early 18th Century / English Furniture / Kent Gallery Ltd / -- Conduit Street / London... walnut, cane (plant material) Carved walnut, with caned seat and back W.16-1955 w161955 O7975 Armchair Carved frame, with cane seat and back. Sloping back with cresting carved with crown and amorini... England 2006AU5553 There has been a great deal of debate about the date of this chair. It is known to have been in... Chairs with caned backs and seats were made from the 1680s onwards. Caning was an innovation... 3 armchair-unknown 2014-08-04T00:00:00.000Z carving, turning, caning 1720 1700 view
view 2006ab6997 jpg s Unknown FWK 1760-12-31 1745-01-01 ca. 1750-60 (made) Giltwood pattern armchair, with carved rococo style decoration. English, about 1750-60 Height: 114 cm, Width: 78 cm, Depth: 82 cm, Height: 46 cm seat, Width: 70 cm seat at front, Width: 61 cm seat at back, Depth: 59 cm seat The provenance is not known. When acquired by the Museum the frame was painted in two colours. ... 10864 The fact that the carving on the arms and the legs is not the same on each side suggests that... 2014-08-29T19:57:27.000Z 2014-08-29T19:57:27.000Z 54.313919 In Storage -2.23218 wood Carved and gilded wood, with upholstered seat, back and arms W.5-1959 w51959 O7992 Armchair Armchair, carved and gilded wood of rococo design. The shaped back is carved with asymmetrical... Great Britain 2006AB6997 The design is in the style of Matthias Lock This grand armchair was evidently made as a ‘pattern chair’, showing several different options... 3 armchair-unknown 2013-09-02T00:00:00.000Z carving, gilding, upholstering 1760 1745 view
view Pugin, Augustus Welby Northmore FWK 1840-12-31 1837-01-01 1837 - 1840 (made) Carved oak X frame armchair, with imitation leather upholstery. English, 1837-1840. Designed by... Height: 1330 mm, Width: 610 mm, Depth: 640 mm Pugin: A Gothic Passion (Victoria & Albert Museum 01/01/1994-31/12/1994) A.W.N. Pugin, Master of Gothic Revival (The Bard Graduate Centre 01/01/1995-31/12/1995) One of a set of dining chairs and armchairs designed by A.W.N. Pugin for Charles Scarisbrick of... 11039 Charles Scarisbrick commissioned Pugin to make alterations and additions to Scarisbrick Hall,... 2014-08-29T19:58:28.000Z 2014-08-29T19:58:28.000Z 52.883289 In Storage -1.97685 Oak, imitation leather Carved oak, imitation leather upholstery. CIRC.237:1, 2-1951 circ2371951 O8188 Armchair Carved oak X frame armchair, with the seat, back and arms upholstered in imitation leather. England This armchair is from a set of dining chairs designed by A.W.N. Pugin for Charles Scarisbrick of... 3 armchair-pugin-augustus-welby 2014-02-19T00:00:00.000Z upholstered, carved 1840 1837 view
view 2011ex8958 jpg s unknown Hayward, John, 'English Brass-Inlaid Furniture', in <u>Victoria and Albert Museum Bulletin</u>,... FWK Gift of Brigadier W. E. Clark CMG, DSO through The Art Fund 1744-12-31 1735-01-01 ca. 1740 (made) Elbow chair of rosewood and walnut with brass marquetry on the vase-shaped splat and a drop-in... Height: 91 cm, Width: 63.5 cm, Depth: 59.5 cm, Depth: 51 cm seat frame, Height: 43 cm to top of upholstered seat, Height: 39 cm seat rail [Armchair] Height: 91.4 cm, Width: 63 cm, Depth: 59.8 cm [Chair seat] Height: 6 cm approx, Width: 52 cm, Depth: 43 cm Furniture, room 133 The crest which features in the inlaid brass decoration indicates that the chair belonged to Sir... 11101 CHAIR Carved rosewood, inlaid with engraved brass; the seat covered with contemporary... 2014-08-29T19:58:52.000Z 2014-08-29T19:58:52.000Z 51.506321 Furniture, room 133, case BY2, shelf CASE -0.12714 [Armchair] '05009', stamped on underside of front seat rail. [Armchair] 'IIII', struck with a... brass (alloy), beech, padouk, wool (textile) Main frame of carved rosewood (or padouk?) and carved walnut, rosewood (or padouk?) veneer - with marquetry of engraved brass - on walnut, and walnut veneer and mouldings on beech; constructed with mortise-and-tenon joints, half-lap joints and plugged screws. Drop-in seat frame walnut constructed with half-lap joints W.32:1-1959 w321959 O8281 Armchair 1 <u>Design</u> A curvilinear armchair of rosewood (or padouk?) and walnut, both woods used in the... London 2011EX8958 The rosewood (or padouk) back legs possibly made in China This unusual chair, originally one of a set, was made for Sir Gregory Page, Baronet (1689-1775),... 3 VA armchair-unknown 2013-08-17T00:00:00.000Z carving, inlay (process), veneering, upholstered 1744 1735 view
view 2006al2676 jpg s Linnell, John Pococke, Richard (Dr). <u>Travels through England</u>. London, 1754. Vol. II, p. 31. Macquoid,... FWK Purchased with the assistance of The Art Fund, the National Heritage Memorial Fund and the Brigadier Clark Fund 1758-12-31 1749-01-01 ca. 1754 (made) ca. 1840 (japanned) Armchair with japanned decoration. English, 1753. Designed by John Linnell and made by William... Height: 103.5 cm, Width: 66 cm, Depth: 60 cm British Galleries, room 52d When Dr. Richard Pococke visited Badminton in 1754 he referred to the `Bedchamber finished and... 11705 British Galleries: The black and gold colour scheme of this chair dates from the 19th century,... 2014-08-29T20:02:40.000Z 2014-08-29T20:02:40.000Z 51.506321 British Galleries, room 52d, case 4 -0.12714 beech, velvet, lacquer, horsehair, leaf (metal), vermilion, Prussian blue, yellow pigment, bronze paint, webbing (material) Beechwood frame, gilt and japanned, with traces of red paint below; modern upholstery W.33-1990 w331990 O8939 Armchair 1 Beechwood chair with black and gilt japanning, depicting Chinese scenes and Chinese characters... London 2006AL2676 No bill for the furnishings of the famous Badminton Chinoiserie room has survived but there is... Object Type The form of this chair with its rectilinear back and arms filled with Chinese... 3 VA armchair-linnell-john 2014-08-04T00:00:00.000Z gilding, japanning, chamfering, upholstering 1758 1749 view