Chair, probably from Lady Leicester’s dressing room, Holkham Hall, William Kent, 1736-40 Carved gilt wood, crimson damask upholstery By permission of Viscount Coke and the Trustees of the Holkham Estate. Photographer, Bruce White
Marie Antoinette's armchair from the Palace of Versailles. It was made by French cabinet maker Georges Jacob (1739-1814). This blue & yellow gold chair was kept in the Queen's private Gold Cabinet room.
Pair of side chairs Attributed to Thomas How (British, active 1710–33) Date: ca. 1724–36 Culture: British Medium: Walnut and walnut veneer, parcel-gilt, the seat rails of beech; gilded lead mounts on the knees and front rail; verre églomisé panel mounted on the splat; covered in contemporary tent stitch embroidery on canvas needlework