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view 2013gu7188 jpg s Player, John FWK 1700-12-31 1675-01-01 1675-1700 (made) Length: 130.2 cm, Width: 57.7 cm, Weight: 25 kg whole The spinet is thought to have been given its wing shape in the 1630s by Girolamo Zenti, an... 251 SPINET By John Player, London; Second half of the 17th century. The stand is probably original. ... 2014-08-29T19:19:13.000Z 2014-08-29T19:19:13.000Z 51.506321 On loan -0.12714 Johannes Player Fecit John Player made [this] ebony, ivory, Oak, pine Oak case and stand, soundboard probably stained pine, with ebony naturals and ivory sharps 466&A-1882 4661882 O58563 Bentside spinet The case is of oak, undecorated. What is probably the original stand, with four turned legs, is... London 2013GU7188 Unique A spinet is a small, wing-shaped keyboard instrument that plays like a harpsichord. It was... 3 bentside-spinet-player-john 2014-08-04T00:00:00.000Z joining, turning, staining 1700 1675 view
view unknown FWK Given by the Rev. G. Townshend Hudson 1620-12-31 1620-01-01 1620 (made) Standing cup and cover, engraved wood, arms of Great Britain and Ireland, England, 1620 Height: 31.6 cm, Diameter: 14.6 cm mouth of cup British Galleries, room 58b The exact use of this type of cup is not clear. It had been thought that they were fashionable... 314 <u>British Galleries label text</u>: CUP, COVER AND SPICEBOX Dated 1620 This cup is decorated... 2014-08-29T19:19:34.000Z 2014-08-29T19:19:34.000Z 52.883289 British Galleries, room 58b, case 5 -1.97685 'I.R' James the King 'C.P.' Charles the Prince 'First Seeke the kingdom of God. Search the... pearwood Turned and engraved pearwood 275 to C-1872 2751872 O137889 Cup, cover and spice box 1 Standing cup and cover with spice box. Turned pearwod, engraved with the arms of Great Britain... England The decoration would most likely have been executed with a hot thin steel implement on a... This cup and cover with removable spice-box bears the arms of both King James I and the Prince of... 3 VA cup-cover-and-unknown 2014-08-14T00:00:00.000Z incising, turning 1620 1620 view
view unknown H. Clifford Smith, <u>Catalogue of English Furniture & Woodwork</u>,(London 1930), 623 'Heraldic... FWK Bequeathed by E. S. Clarke, Esq. 1617-12-31 1617-01-01 1617 (made) Turned and engraved pearwood, with the arms of James I, England, 1617 Height: 30.2 cm, Diameter: 16.8 cm bowl The exact use of this type of cup is not clear. It had been thought that they were fashionable... Note on RP 13/3789: 'The two English cups of engraved wood, one bearing the Royal Arms and the... 315 2014-08-29T19:19:35.000Z 2014-08-29T19:19:35.000Z 52.883289 In Storage -1.97685 'BY VERTUOUS LIVING DOTH…u honour rise: an evil live brings infamie and shame to follow his... pearwood Turned and engraved pearwood W.50-1913 w501913 O137888 Cup Standing Cup of turned and engraved pearwood, bearing the Royal Arms of James I, a dragon, a... England The decoration would most likely have been executed with a hot thin steel implement on a... 3 cup-unknown 2014-08-14T00:00:00.000Z turning, engraving 1617 1617 view
view 2011fd8341 jpg s unknown FWK Bequeathed by Lt. Col. G. B. Croft-Lyons FSA 1800-12-31 1775-01-01 1775-1800 (made) Pole screen of mahogany with canvaswork panel, England, 1775-1800 (RF 89/1678) Height: 139.5 cm, Depth: 46 cm Previously on loan to the V&A before its bequest by Colonel Croft-Lyons. 4310 POLE SCREEN Mahogany with a tapestry panel ENGLISH; about 1760 [1972] 2014-08-29T19:33:27.000Z 2014-08-29T19:33:27.000Z 52.883289 On loan -1.97685 Mahogany Turned and carved mahogany, embroidery W.60-1926 w601926 O370408 Pole screen Pole screen of turned and carved mahogany with embroidered canvaswork panel. The base of the... England 2011FD8341 On loan to Shugborough Park Farm Museum, Milford, Staffordshire 3 pole-screen-unknown 2014-07-02T00:00:00.000Z carving, turning, embroidering 1800 1775 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 2006am4902 jpg s Unknown FWK 1791-12-31 1782-01-01 ca. 1787-90 (made) Pattern board of pine, painted with a chair back with two variants of decoration. English, c. 1790 [Pattern board] Height: 53 cm, Width: 43.8 cm [Stand] Height: 95 cm, Diameter: 26.5 cm British Galleries, room 118e Made in Britain 9719 British Galleries: This board shows two slightly different schemes for painting the back of a... 2014-08-29T19:52:22.000Z 2014-08-29T19:52:22.000Z 54.313919 British Galleries, room 118e, case WW -2.23218 beech, pine, elm Painted pinewood, the stand in beech and elm W.11:1, 2-1993 w111993 O78940 Pattern board 1 A rectangular board of pine, painted on one side with a chair back showing the Prince of Wales'... Great Britain 2006AM4902 Susan Stuart suggests that this design was created in about 1787, when the Prince of Wales... Object Type Pattern boards were either used in workshops to guide painters and carvers or in... 3 VA pattern-board-unknown 2014-08-04T00:00:00.000Z painting, turning 1791 1782 view
view 2006am0382 jpg s Unknown FWK Bequeathed by Mr Richard J. Witty 1705-12-31 1695-01-01 1695-1705 (made) Height: 127 cm, Width: 44.8 cm, Depth: 49 cm British Galleries, room 56e Bequeathed by Mr Richard James Witty (a solicitor), of Riverside House, Mortlake, London) who... 9771 British Galleries: Caned chairs were lighter, cheaper and easier to clean than chairs with fixed... 2014-08-29T19:52:38.000Z 2014-08-29T19:52:38.000Z 52.883289 British Galleries, room 56e, case 2 -1.97685 walnut Walnut, carved and turned, with cane seat and back W.35-1936 w351936 O79006 Chair 1 England 2006AM0382 Object Type From about 1675 it was fashionable for chairs to have high backs. Many, like this... 3 va chair-unknown 2014-08-04T00:00:00.000Z carving, turning, caning 1705 1695 view
view William Birch (Ltd.) FWK 1884-12-31 1884-01-01 1884 (design registered) Thebes Stool, mahogany or walnut, with leather seat, designed by Liberty & Co., and probably made... Height: 36.3 cm, Width: 43.5 cm, Depth: 43.5 cm, Height: 28 cm centre of seat to floor British Galleries, room 122g A revival of interest in the art and architecture of Ancient Egypt may have been stimulated by... Made for Liberty & Co., probably by the firm of William Birch or B. North & Sons, both of High... 10765 The ancient Egyptian original, from which this stool is copied, was reputed to have been... 2014-08-29T19:57:02.000Z 2014-08-29T19:57:02.000Z 51.506321 British Galleries, room 122g, case 12 -0.12714 Mahogany, leather, walnut Mahogany or walnut, with leather seat CIRC.439-1965 circ4391965 O7878 Stool 1 Low mahogany or walnut stool, with turned decoration on the legs, and a leather seat, copied from... London Attribution note: The design for the Thebes Stool was registered with the Patent Office in 1884,... Mass produced Object Type The stool is made of turned mahogany legs and a dyed and shaped leather seat attached... 2 VA the-thebes-stool-stool-william-birch-ltd 2014-08-04T00:00:00.000Z turning The Thebes Stool 1884 1884 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 2006av1103 jpg s Bridgens, Richard FWK 1818-12-31 1815-01-01 1815-1818 (made) Oak chair, gilded and painted, with an upholstered seat and back, in the style of the 17th... Height: 101 cm, Width: 47 cm, Depth: 53.5 cm British Galleries, room 120 Probably designed by the architect Richard Bridgens (born in 1785, died in Port of Spain,... 10773 Sir Godfrey Vassal Webster, whose crest is on the back of this chair, commissioned various pieces... 2014-08-29T19:57:05.000Z 2014-08-29T19:57:05.000Z 51.506321 British Galleries, room 120, case 3, shelf EXP -0.12714 Stamped 'XXIV', possibly suggesting that the chair was one of a large set. Crest of the Webster... cloth, Oak, fringe, brass Oak, painted and gilded, with gilt-brass mounts; replacement upholstery based on original W.53-1980 w531980 O7886 Chair 1 The frame is of stained oak, partly gilded and painted crimson, with an upholstered back and seat... London 2006AV1103 Object Type The upholstery on this chair has been replaced, using contemporary illustrations of... 3 VA chair-bridgens-richard 2014-08-04T00:00:00.000Z gilding, turning, painting (coating), upholstering 1818 1815 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 2006al5236 jpg s Dresser, Christopher Whiteway, Michael, ed. <u>Shock of the Old: Christopher Dresser's Design Revolution</u> London... FWK 1883-12-31 1880-01-01 1880-1883 (made) Ebonised mahogany chair, with simple incised and gilt decoration. Designed by Christopher Dresser... Height: 81.3 cm, Width: 40.6 cm, Depth: 45.8 cm, Height: 41 cm seat Shock of the Old: Christopher Dresser (Victoria & Albert Museum 09/09/2004-05/12/2004) Shock of the Old: Christopher Dresser (Cooper-Hewitt 05/03/2004-25/07/2004) 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) Shock of the Old: Christopher Dresser (Cooper-Hewitt 11/05/2004-11/05/2004) British Galleries, room 125e Designed by Christopher Dresser (born in Glasgow, 1834, died in Mulhouse, France, 1904);... 11075 Christopher Dresser's design for this chair was originally published in <font -u>The Furniture... 2014-08-29T19:58:41.000Z 2014-08-29T19:58:41.000Z 51.506321 British Galleries, room 125e, case 1 -0.12714 Mahogany Mahogany, ebonised and gilded W.35-1992 w351992 O8247 Chair 1 This chair of ebonised mahogany is very simple in form with the exception of an unusual... London 2006AL5236 Object Type According to a sale catalogue of 1883, this chair was originally intended for a... 3 VA chair-dresser-christopher 2014-08-04T00:00:00.000Z gilding, incising, turning, staining 1883 1880 view
view 2006at3210 jpg s Alma-Tadema, Lawrence (Sir) FWK 1893-12-31 1893-01-01 1893 (exhibited) mahogany and other woods, carved and turned, with mother-of-pearl inlay and brass mounts, silk... Height: 38.5 cm Combined height of seat pad and bench, Width: 165.5 cm, Depth: 71.1 cm, Height: 8.5 cm Seat pad, Width: 159 cm Seat pad, Depth: 64 cm Seat pad, Height: 33 cm Bench only 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) Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema (Van Gogh Museum 01/01/1996-31/12/1996) Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema 1836-1912 (Mappin Art Gallery 01/01/1976-31/12/1976) Alma-Tadema first travelled to Italy on his honeymoon in 1864 when he visited Pompeii as well as... This couch, originally one of a pair, was designed by Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema for use in his... 11082 This seat, which was designed by Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema R.A. b.1836 d.1912 and exhibited at the... 2014-08-29T19:58:45.000Z 2014-08-29T19:58:45.000Z 52.883289 In Storage -1.97685 Mahogany, brass (alloy), mother of pearl, ebony, silk, cedar, satinwood, brass, silk (textile), satin-wood Mahogany and other woods, carved, turned and inlaid, with mother of pearl inlay, brass mounts and leather straps. The silk upholstery is modern. W.3:1 to 4-1971 w31971 O8255 Couch Bench with solid top, inlaid around the edges, on pair of turned and inlaid Pompeian style legs... England 2006AT3210 Exhibited in the Arts and Crafts Exhibition of 1893. Limited edition This couch was designed by the painter Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema for use as a studio prop. The... 3 couch-alma-tadema-lawrence 2014-06-25T00:00:00.000Z carving, turning, Joinery, upholstery 1893 1893 view
view 2006al2893 jpg s Godwin, Edward William FWK Given by Mrs Katherine Godley 1889-12-31 1880-01-01 ca. 1885 (made) Chair, oak, ebonised and turned, with replacement leather back and seat cover; designed by E.W.... Height: 103 cm, Width: 42.8 cm, Depth: 49.5 cm, Height: 44 cm seat [Drop-in seat] Height: 8.2 cm, Width: 42.5 cm, Depth: 38 cm 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) 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) 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 125d Godwin's design for this chair was published in <u>The Building News</u>, 18th December 1885,... 11194 This is a variation of Godwin's famous Greek Chair. In style it in no way relates to his... 2014-08-29T19:59:21.000Z 2014-08-29T19:59:21.000Z 51.506321 British Galleries, room 125d, case 2 -0.12714 Oak Ebonised oak, with turned decoration on the legs; modern upholstery CIRC.258:1, 2-1958 circ2581958 O8384 Chair 1 London 2006AL2893 Limited edition Object Type This chair is a simplified version of Godwin's designs for chairs in the Greek style... 3 VA chair-godwin-edward-william 2014-08-04T00:00:00.000Z turning, upholstering 1889 1880 view
view 2006ax4899 jpg s Webb, Philip FWK Given by J. G. Carruthers 1890-12-31 1870-01-01 1870-1890 (made) 20th century (made) 20th century (made) turned, ebonised wood with upholstery covers in Utrecht velvet; designed by Philip Webb and... [Adjustable armchair] Height: 97.8 cm, Width: 71.1 cm, Depth: 91.4 cm 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) William Morris (Victoria & Albert Museum 01/01/1996-31/12/1996) 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 01/01/2008-31/12/2008) British Galleries, room 125f Designed by Philip Webb (born in Oxford, 1831, died in Worth, West Sussex,1915); made by Morris,... 11944 ARMCHAIR ENGLISH: 1885-1890 Designer unknown Made by Morris & Co., London Ebonized wood,... 2014-08-29T20:03:54.000Z 2014-08-29T20:03:54.000Z 51.506321 British Galleries, room 125f, case 2 -0.12714 velvet, ebonized wood, wool (textile) Ebonised wood with Utrecht Velvet upholstery. Loose covers of wool tapestry CIRC.250&A/1to B/1-1961 circ2501961 O9236 Adjustable-back chair 1 The design of the chair is based on a vernacular design. The back can be adjusted at different... London 2006AX4899 There is also a matching footstool (CIRC.250C-1961) and two arm pad covers, which are now in the... Object Type Chairs with backs which can be adjusted on a metal ratchet have been made in Britain... 3 VA morris-adjustable-back-chair-bird-adjustable-back-chair-webb-philip 2014-08-04T00:00:00.000Z turning, tapestry, upholstering Morris Adjustable Back Chair; Bird; Bird 1890 1870 view
view 2006be8256 jpg s Bernard Rackham, Medieval English Pottery, London: Faber & Faber, 1948 plate 25 J. Alexander & P.... CER 1330-12-31 1300-01-01 early 14th century (made) Red earthenware jug. covered partly with a white clay slip and copper green glaze. English, Mill... Height: 28.2 cm, Width: 17.0 cm maximum, Diameter: 15.9 cm World Ceramics, room 145 This jug is of the type known as 'Mill Green Ware'. Mill Green, near Ingatestone in Essex, was a... Bought for £2 from A.S. Hartrick of 75 Clancarty Row, Fulham, London. 26/4443 Temporary entry... 11961 Jug 'Mill Green Ware' Made in Ingatestone, Essex, England, late 13th-early 14th century Red... 2014-08-29T20:03:59.000Z 2014-08-29T20:03:59.000Z 51.684528 World Ceramics, room 145, case 47 0.36951 lead glaze, slip, Red earthenware Red earthenware covered partly with a white clay slip and copper green glaze C.184-1926 c1841926 O9256 Jug 1 Jug of reddish earthenware covered partly with a white slip and a mottled green glaze. The lower... Mill Green 2006BE8256 Mill Green is near Ingatestone in Essex This jug is of the type known as 'Mill Green Ware'. Mill Green, near Ingatestone in Essex, was a... 3 VA jug 2014-01-06T00:00:00.000Z glazing, turning 1330 1300 view
view unknown FWK Bequeathed by J.C. Padwick 1704-12-31 1695-01-01 ca. 1700 (made) Table, turned oak, England, ca. 1700 (RF 89/1678) Height: 57.5 cm, Width: 56 cm, Depth: 47.5 cm 12747 2014-08-29T20:07:27.000Z 2014-08-29T20:07:27.000Z 52.883289 On loan -1.97685 Oak, brass Oak, turned, with brass handles W.4-1958 w41958 O372172 Table Low, joined oak table with a single drawer (with facings that appear to show two small... England On loan to Shugborough Park Farm Museum, Milford, Staffordshire 3 table-unknown 2014-07-02T00:00:00.000Z turning 1704 1695 view
view unknown FWK Bequeathed by H.C. Coleman 1725-12-31 1700-01-01 1700-1725 (made) Carved and turned elm, England, ca. 1700 (RF 89/1678) Height: 100 cm, Width: 51 cm, Depth: 48 cm From a set of four chairs (W.19 to 22-1950) bequeathed to the Museum by H.C. Coleman. Previously... 12748 2014-08-29T20:07:27.000Z 2014-08-29T20:07:27.000Z 52.883289 On loan -1.97685 elm, rush Carved and turned elm with rush seat W.22-1950 w221950 O372173 Chair Chair of turned and carved elm with a rush seat. The back is of a 'ladder' form with shaped slats... England 3 chair-unknown 2014-07-02T00:00:00.000Z carving, turning 1725 1700 view