Talbot Barrel
A mahogany, flame veneered and finely cast brass mounted occasional table, the brass bound shaped circular top above a morado veneered frieze, on three cabriole legs with caryatid mounts terminating in sabots, united by a shaped undertier. Inspired by a...
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Trefoil Spencer Table
A brass mounted lamp table, the circular flame veneered top on delicate brass legs terminating in lion paw feet united by a trefoil concave undertier centred by the Spencer crest.W 18 x D 18 x H 28
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Toilette Table
A morado and mahogany dressing table, the oval brass gallery top with fine floral inlay, the frieze drawer opening to reveal two hinged compartments and a central drawer with urn and teapot inlay, with a hinged hand-silvered mirror, on cabriole...
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The Wootton Hall Chair
Traditionally the family sitting room, The Library today is as the architect Holland left it, save for the plaster ceiling added by John Mac Vicar Anderson in 1877. Too long for its elevation, Holland harmonized the room by cropping the...
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The South Drawing Room Side Table
A fine parquetry side table, the shaped oval lattice inlaid top with a three quarter pierced gallery above two drawers to each side, on tapering cabriole legs capped by brass Rococo cartouches and terminating in brass sabots.The original by J....
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The South Drawing Room Parquetry Tables
A nest of three amboyna, morado, burl and walnut parquetry inlaid tables, with a brass three quarter galleried top crossbanded in mahogany, each table on two turned and brass mounted end supports joined by a bowed brass stretcher, on downswept...
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The Seddon Settee
A late mahogany settee, the shaped waisted back with serpentine uprights above an upholstered seat, on elegant moulded cabriole legs terminating in spade feet. Based on the original very large set designed by George Seddon circa 1800. The original George...
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The Seddon Chair
A mahogany dining chair, the shaped waisted back with serpentine uprights above an upholstered seat, on elegant moulded cabriole legs terminating in spade feet. The original very large set designed by George Seddon circa 1800.Upholstered in Swirl Brown LeatherTrim: French...
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The Princess of Wales Bedroom Bureau Plat
A morado veneered bureau plat, the serpentine brass bound moulded edge top inset with a gilt tooled leather writing surface, above three serpentine frieze drawers fitted with Rococo brass handles on cabriole legs with brass cartouche mounts trailing to sabots.W...
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The Princess of Wales Bedroom Fall Front Desk & Bureaux
A mahogany, morado and line strung secrétaire en abbatant, the marble top above brass mounted columns, two drawers and three faux drawers enclosing a fall front, revealing a fitted desk with a tooled leather writing surface, above three drawers all...
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The Marlborough Room
A mahogany and flame veneered cabinet with finely cast brass mounts, the breakfront top with a pierced brass gallery and inset marble top above a panelled frieze centred by an ormolu panel of children, vases and garlands, the glazed sides...
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The Library Wine Table
Traditionally the family sitting room, The Library today is as the architect Holland left it, save for the plaster ceiling added by John Mac Vicar Anderson in 1877. Too long for its elevation, Holland harmonized the room by cropping the...
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The Interior Gardener
The original Louis XV, circa 1760 in the East Wing Corridor at AlthorpA marquetry and brass mounted jardinière, the square caddy moulded top painted with the Spencer coronet, with a pierced brass gallery and an inset removable brass liner above...
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The Grand Staircase Desk
A fine flame veneered bureau, the sloping fall enclosing a fitted interior of faux book and hidden drawers and cabinets, the staircase gallery interior, above a short frieze drawer flanked by dummy drawers, with two short and two long drawers...
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The Gillows Stool
Traditionally the family sitting room, The Library today is as the architect Holland left it, save for the plaster ceiling added by John Mac Vicar Anderson in 1877. Too long for its elevation, Holland harmonized the room by cropping the...
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The Georgian Butler
A Sheraton mahogany Butler’s serving table hand painted with the Spencer crest, with an undulating gallery fitted with a brass carrying handle on out swept square tapering legs united by an X stretcher. The King William bedroom. The original George...
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The East Wing Jardinière
The original Louis XV, circa 1760 in the East Wing Corridor at AlthorpA marquetry and brass mounted jardinière, the circular caddy moulded top painted with the Spencer coronet, with a pierced brass gallery and an inset removable brass liner above...
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The Chippendale Chair
A mahogany dining chair in the manner of Thomas Chippendale, the serpentine carved toprail above a pierced vase splat, the scroll arms enclosing a drop in seat on moulded square chamfered legs with brass spandrels. The original George III.Upholstered in...
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The Butterfly Table
Inspired by a Regency original, circa 1820.A marquetry inlaid butterfly work table, the top inlaid with morado, burl and amboyna and with two hinged ‘wing’ panels opening to reveal the painted Spencer crest, on a ring and baluster turned column...
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The Boudoir Chair
A hand carved and gilt wood salon chair, the arched back with a lyre splat between turned and carved uprights, the upholstered seat above a carved seat rail on turned and fluted tapering legs terminating in peg feet. The original...
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The Admiralty Bedside Table
The Admiralty collection was inspired by the second Earl Spencer, appointed 1st Lord of the Admiralty in 1795. George John’s first slice of luck was to succeed the unpopular Lord Chatham. Of longer term importance to him and to the...
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The Admiral's Cocktail
A fine flame veneered and mahogany cocktail table, the oval top fitted with a finely cast gallery of crossed sabres above a shaped apron on square tapering legs terminating in spade feet. Inspired by the 2nd Earl Spencer, appointed 1st...
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Surtout Cocktail Table
An ebonised and gilt detailed mahogany cocktail table, the 'D' end rectangular top inset with antique mirror glass, enclosed by a brass gallery and on fluted tapering legs.Tempered Mirror TopW 56½ x D 25½ x H 21
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Summer Season Buffet
A swirl mahogany veneered and mahogany crossbanded buffet finely strung with brass line inlay, the breakfront top above four hand-leafed gilt lapette carved and partially fluted columns flanking lockable cabinet doors enclosing a central drawer and adjustable shelves, on a...
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