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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 SSEA 1879-12-31 before 1880 (made) Burmese teak lacquer chest. Konbaung Dynasty (1752-1885).Figurative and foliate decoration formed... Height: 39.5 cm, Width: 69.5 cm, Depth: 38 cm 549 2014-08-29T19:20:50.000Z 2014-08-29T19:20:50.000Z 19.257959 In Storage 96.682999 Clay, Glass, pigment, gold leaf, thitsi lacquer, ash, teak Wood; thitsi lacquered. Made from single slabs of teak joined at the sides by dove tail joints. Decoration of hman-zi shwei-cha (gilded relief-moulded lacquer inlaid with glass designs. 02323(IS) 02323is O48862 Chest Rectangular box with hinged lid and key hole. Three sides and top of lid covered in divided areas... Burma Attribution note: Earlier 3 chest 2013-08-17T00:00:00.000Z gilding, Lacquering, colouring, woodworking, forming, glass working 1879 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 2014hb8323 jpg s Note from acquisition papers 'This coffer is represented in the Portfolio of the Arts Decoratifs,... FWK 1530-12-31 1510-01-01 1510-1530 (made) This chest would probably would have been descibed in early 16th century France as a 'coffre a... 10696 2014-08-29T19:56:44.000Z 2014-08-29T19:56:44.000Z 46.712448 In Storage 1.71832 Oak, dovetailed, carved 707-1895 7071895 O113475 Chest Oak chest on a low, carved plinth; originally fitted with pierced iron reinforcers at the corners... France 2014HB8323 3 chest 2013-08-17T00:00:00.000Z 1530 1510 view
view 2012fk0958 jpg s Moore, James (the elder) Wilk, Christopher ed. <u>Western Furniture 1350 to the present day in the Victoria and Albert... FWK 1720-12-31 1720-01-01 1720 (made) Carved and gilt gesso chest of sarcophagus form. English, about 1720. Height: 78.8 cm includes protrusion of top, Width: 151 cm, Depth: 76.5 cm Furniture, room 133 Italian <font -i>cassoni</font> were often intended to hold a bride's trousseau. The interior of... This chest was made for Sir William Bateman, later 1st Viscount Bateman and Baron Culmore... 10863 From Shobdon Court, Herefordshire. Bears the monogram of William Bateman, created Viscount... 2014-08-29T19:57:27.000Z 2014-08-29T19:57:27.000Z 51.506321 Furniture, room 133, case BY4, shelf EXP -0.12714 WB Oak, pine, Gesso Carved oak, pine and gilt gesso W.33-1948 w331948 O7990 Chest 1 GBP £750 <u>Design:</u> The chest is of sarcophagus form and is inspired by the Louis Quatorze 'Roman'... London 2012FK0958 This exceptionally grand chest belonged to Sir William Bateman, a wealthy English nobleman. His... 3 VA the-bateman-chest-chest-moore-james-the 2014-08-04T00:00:00.000Z carving, gilding The Bateman Chest 1720 1720 view
view 2012fh4554 jpg s Vredeman de Vries, Hans MacQuoid, Percy. <u>A History of English Furniture</u>. London: Lawrence & Bullen Ltd., 1904.... FWK Bequeathed by Sir Aston Webb 1600-12-31 1550-01-01 late 16th century (made) ca. 1900 (made) Oak chest inlaid with architectural decoration in various woods. English, late 16th century. Height: 628 mm, Width: 1825 mm, Depth: 707 mm [Drawer] Height: 4.7 cm, Width: 24 cm, Depth: 20.3 cm [Drawer] Height: 4.5 cm, Width: 24.2 cm, Depth: 20.2 cm Treasures of the Royal Courts: Tudors, Stuarts and the Russian Tsars (Victoria & Albert Museum) The Golden Age of the English Court: From Henry VIII to Charles I (Moscow Kremlin Museums 24 Oct 2012-27 Jan 2013) Bequeathed by Sir Aston Webb (RF 31/3691) 'worn and scratched... the lock is of later date' This... 11837 Oak inlaid with various woods in checkerwork patterns with apnels of archiectural... 2014-08-29T20:03:23.000Z 2014-08-29T20:03:23.000Z 52.883289 In Storage -1.97685 brass (alloy), holly, Oak, bog oak oak, inlaid with various woods W.17:1-1931 w171931 O9092 Chest Rectangular chest of 'Nonsuch' type, oak, with inlay and marquetry decoration of various... England 2012FH4554 The decoration may have been influenced by the published engraved ornamental designs of Vredeman... This type of chest is characterised by its construction using dovetailed boards and decoration of... 3 nonsuch-chest-nonesuch-chest-chest-vredeman-de-vries 2014-01-10T00:00:00.000Z inlay (process) Nonsuch chest; Nonesuch chest 1600 1550 view
view FWK 1900-12-31 1800-01-01 19th century (made) 17722 2014-08-29T20:29:16.000Z 2014-08-29T20:29:16.000Z In Storage [] 2151-1899 21511899 O83365 Chest Front inlaid with name Claus Moser [umlaut over 'o'] and date 1602, possibly altered from 1802.... 3 chest 2013-09-02T00:00:00.000Z 1900 1800 view
view 2006af0191 jpg s Unknown EAS 1644-12-31 1635-01-01 ca. 1640 (made) Chest, wood covered in black, gold and silver lacquer, inlaid with gold, silver and shell, and... [Chest] Height: 59 cm, Length: 101.5 cm, Width: 63.9 cm Japan, room 45 It is assumed that, like other examples of export lacquer, the Mazarin Chest was either shipped... 19773 2014-08-29T20:40:55.000Z 2014-08-29T20:40:55.000Z 37.487598 Japan, room 45, case 3 139.838287 wood, steel, Silver, gold, shell, lacquer Wood covered in black lacquer with gold and silver hiramakie and takamakie lacquer; inlaid with gold, silver and shibuichi alloy; and mother-of-pearl shell; gilded copper fittings 412:1, 2-1882 4121882 O18900 Chest 1 Flat-topped lacquer chest with a hinged lid. Lacquer decoration depicts various scenes from the... Japan 2006AF0191 The Mazarin Chest is one of the finest pieces of Japanese export lacquer to have survived from... 3 VA the-mazarin-chest-chest-unknown 2013-08-17T00:00:00.000Z inlay, carved The Mazarin Chest 1644 1635 view
view 2006at1585 jpg s Webb, Philip (Speakman) FWK 1862-12-31 1861-01-01 1861-1862 (made) Chest, made by Morris, Marshall, Faulkner & Co, London, 1861-2, of wood (probably pine) with... Height: 53.3 cm, Width: 132 cm, Depth: 51.2 cm Although this cabinet had no provenance when acquired in 1978, the Gothic form, painted design... 52191 CHEST ENGLISH (London); about 1862 Wood with silvered and painted decoration and wrought iron... 2014-08-29T22:43:32.000Z 2014-08-29T22:43:32.000Z 52.883289 On loan -1.97685 Wood (probably pine), with silver leaf, glazed and painted with tinted varnishes; wrought iron mounts W.35-1978 w351978 O58183 Chest A painted coffer, the rectangular top above a panelled frieze and sides, the top painted red and... England 2006AT1585 It is likely that this chest was the one shown by Morris, Marshall, Faulkner & Co. in the... 3 chest-webb-philip-speakman 2014-08-04T00:00:00.000Z 1862 1861 view
view 2006bg9418 jpg s Jack, George Washington Henry FWK Given by Miss Margery Jack, daughter of the designer 1892-12-31 1892-01-01 1892 (made) Chest of carved walnut, the chest on low stand with drawers; designed by George Washington Henry... Height: 106.5 cm, Width: 145.5 cm, Depth: 65 cm George Jack 1855-1931: Architect and Designer-Craftsman (William Morris Gallery 01/01/2004-29/07/2006) The chest was shown in the fourth Exhibition of the Arts and Crafts Exhibition Society at the New... 55515 CHEST ENGLISH: 1892 Designed and carved by George Washington Jack (1855-1932) Probably made by... 2014-08-29T22:55:44.000Z 2014-08-29T22:55:44.000Z 54.313919 In Storage -2.23218 British Arts & Crafts Exhibition, Paris, 1914 No. 194 PAVILION DE MARSAN DU... walnut Carved walnut W.33-1972 w331972 O61468 Chest Great Britain 2006BG9418 This chest was exhibited in the Arts and Crafts Exhibition at the New Gallery, London, in 1893.... 3 chest-jack-george-washington 2013-08-17T00:00:00.000Z 1892 1892 view
view 2006af5976 jpg s Unknown Charles Tracy, English Medieval Furniture and Woodwork (London, 1988), no. 301, figs. 107 a and b... FWK Given by Mr J. Dowell Phillips 1450-12-31 1400-01-01 1400-1450 (made) The Fares chest, six-board medieval chest. Height: 44 cm, Width: 108 cm, Depth: 45 cm 63272 THE FARES CHEST Oak ENGLISH; about 1500 W.20-1913 Given by Mr J. Dowell Phillips The carved... 2014-08-29T23:26:54.000Z 2014-08-29T23:26:54.000Z 54.313919 In Storage -2.23218 N. FARES Oak Oak, carved W.20-1913 w201913 O93901 Chest Design Boarded chest with low relief carved ornament on all four faces, the hinged lid with a... Great Britain 2006AF5976 This medieval chest has unsually detailed carving on both front and back, with the name 'N.Fares'... 3 the-fares-chest-chest-unknown 2014-08-04T00:00:00.000Z carving The Fares Chest 1450 1400 view
view 2006af3778 jpg s Unknown R.W. Symonds, The Regional design and ornament of joined furniture, in Connoisseur, June 1948,... FWK Given by Mr Robert L. Mond FSA 1550-12-31 1500-01-01 1500-1550 (made) Six-board chest with three horizontal bands of carved ornament Height: 73 cm, Width: 126 cm, Depth: 48.2 cm Symonds places this chest within a group of four, similarly decorated chests that he suggests... Given by Robert Mond, F.S.A. Said by the donor to have come from a farmhouse in the neighbourhood... 63275 CHEST. Carved oak. From the neighbourhood of Stamford, Lincolnshire. ENGLISH; early 16th... 2014-08-29T23:26:56.000Z 2014-08-29T23:26:56.000Z 54.313919 On loan -2.23218 Oak Oak, carved W.69-1916 w691916 O93905 Chest Chest constructed of six boards, the front carved in low relief with three rows of ornament:... Great Britain 2006AF3778 Chests were the earliest form of storage and could easily be carried from place to place. They... 3 chest-unknown 2014-08-04T00:00:00.000Z carving 1550 1500 view
view 2012ff8445 jpg s Unknown CharlesTracy, English Medieval Furniture and Woodwork (London, 1988), cat. 302 FWK Given by Mrs Graham Rees-Mogg 1504-12-31 1495-01-01 ca. 1500 (made) Six board chest with carved ornament Height: 51 cm, Width: 113 cm, Depth: 35.5 cm Comparable chests: V&A W.98-1922 height 53.3cm (without V shaped feet), and W.69-1916 height... Bought on the Museum's behalf by Mrs Rees-Mogg from Frank Jennings (12 Holland Street, W.8),... 63277 2014-08-29T23:26:57.000Z 2014-08-29T23:26:57.000Z 54.313919 On loan -2.23218 Oak, elm Oak, carved, with an iron lock W.428-1922 w4281922 O93906 Chest Chest constructed of six boards, the front, which has traces of the original red paint, is carved... Great Britain 2012FF8445 East Anglia Chests were the earliest form of furniture used for storage and could easily be carried from... 3 chest-unknown 2014-08-04T00:00:00.000Z carving 1504 1495 view
view 2006af3564 jpg s Unknown FWK Given by Miss Emily Hanson 1504-12-31 1495-01-01 ca. 1500 (made) Chest with four panels of linenfold carving Height: 58 cm, Width: 102.5 cm, Depth: 45 cm 63280 2014-08-29T23:26:58.000Z 2014-08-29T23:26:58.000Z 54.313919 On loan -2.23218 Oak, iron Oak, with iron lock W.28-1930 w281930 O93908 Chest Framed chest with linenfold panelling; the lid has a raised and moulded edge, the front is carved... Great Britain 2006AF3564 Chests were the earliest form of furniture used for storage and could easily be carried from... 3 chest-unknown 2013-11-05T00:00:00.000Z carving 1504 1495 view
view Unknown CharlesTracy, English Medieval Furniture and Woodwork (London, 1988), cat. 313 FWK Given by Mr F. J. Cleminson 1900-12-31 1500-01-01 19th century in style of 16th century (made) Framed chest with four panels of carved ornament Height: 60.3 cm, Width: 103 cm, Depth: 45 cm This chest was acquired as early 16th century and English. However, apart from the lid which... 63282 2014-08-29T23:26:58.000Z 2014-08-29T23:26:58.000Z 54.313919 On loan -2.23218 Oak, iron Oak, with iron lock W.11-1938 w111938 O93910 Chest Oak chest of panelled construction, with four parchmin panels on the front and at each end two... Great Britain 19th or 20th century with some 16th century parts Chests were the earliest form of furniture used for storage and could easily be carried from... 3 chest-unknown 2014-01-30T00:00:00.000Z carving 1900 1500 view
view 2006af5061 jpg s Unknown Charles H. Hayward, Antique of Fake? (1970), p.232-3 Eric Mercer, The Social History of the... FWK 1300-12-31 1200-01-01 1200-1300 (made) Chest, British 13th century, with roundels of chip-carved decoration Height: 53 cm, Width: 111 cm, Depth: 49.5 cm Bought for £100 from Arthur Watson, (a dealer) of 13, Saville Row, London W1 RF 26/3246... 63285 CHEST ENGLISH; about 1300. Oak. W.30-1926 The front is framed with wide uprights or 'standards'... 2014-08-29T23:27:00.000Z 2014-08-29T23:27:00.000Z 54.313919 In Storage -2.23218 Oak, iron Oak, carved W.30-1926 w301926 O93911 Chest Chest, the front and back composed of a single panel flanked by wedge-shaped stiles.The front is... Great Britain 2006AF5061 Chests were the earliest form of furniture used for storage and could easily be carried from... 3 chest-unknown 2014-08-04T00:00:00.000Z carving 1300 1200 view
view 2006ar0807 jpg s Unknown Christie's <u>Export Art of China and Japan, The China Trade Sale,</u> Monday 7 April, 1997, lot... EAS 1639-12-31 1630-01-01 1630s (made) Wedding casket decorated with scenes from the Tale of Genji; gold, silver and black lacquer;... Height: 8 cm, Width: 15.3 cm, Depth: 7.2 cm Japan, room 45 The chest is of distinctive form and is quite unique in the lacquer medium. It was undoubtedly... 66600 2014-08-29T23:41:59.000Z 2014-08-29T23:41:59.000Z 37.487598 Japan, room 45, case 3 139.838287 Silver, gold, lacquer Gold, silver and black lacquer FE.63-1997 fe631997 O69923 Chest 1 Chest, wood covered with black and <i>nashiji</i> lacquer, decorated with scenes from the Tale of... Japan 2006AR0807 This chest belongs to a small but high quality of Japanese export lacquerware that can be dated... 3 VA chest-unknown 2014-07-31T00:00:00.000Z 1639 1630 view
view 2006ax5250 jpg s Unknown EAS 1770-12-31 1725-01-01 ca. 1730-1770 (made) Height: 107 cm, Width: 120 cm, Depth: 58 cm China, room 47f 67290 2014-08-29T23:46:39.000Z 2014-08-29T23:46:39.000Z 23.107389 China, room 47f, case 7 113.267616 Lacquered wood FE.38:1 to 4-1981 fe381981 O70517 Chest 1 This low chest with double doors is set on a low integral pedestal. It is decorated in a... Canton 2006AX5250 The pedestal forms part of this low chest with double doors. The piece is decorated in a... 3 VA chest-unknown 2014-07-31T00:00:00.000Z 1770 1725 view
view 2006al2647 jpg s Unknown Amin Jaffer, <font -u>Luxury Goods From India: the art of the Indian Cabinet-Maker</font -u>,... SSEA 1900-12-31 1800-01-01 19th century (made) Height: 73 cm, Width: 80 cm, Depth: 58 cm 68266 2014-08-29T23:52:30.000Z 2014-08-29T23:52:30.000Z 22.40823 In Storage 71.304619 wood, steel, brass Wood, covered with steel and brass IS.15-1982 is151982 O71557 Chest Kathiawad 2006AL2647 Metal-mounted storage chests of this type (patara) are standard components of household furniture... 3 chest-unknown 2014-08-07T00:00:00.000Z 1900 1800 view
view FWK 1700-12-31 1600-01-01 1600-1700 (made) 82566 2014-08-30T00:56:41.000Z 2014-08-30T00:56:41.000Z In Storage [] W.81:4-1929 w811929 O106906 Chest Nigel Bamforth examined the 'nasty wadding inside' that LMW noted on examination in summer 2004,... 3 chest 2013-09-11T00:00:00.000Z 1700 1600 view