Quantcast
The Collection Online / 400,170 records
Armchair (one of a set of six)
John Mayhew
(British, 1736–1811)
Date: 1769–71
Medium: Gilded fruitwood; wool and silk (22-24 warps per inch, 9-10 per centimeter)
Accession Number: 58.75.15
Chimneypiece
Lapis lazuli tablet provided by Joseph Wilton
(British, London 1722–1803 London)
Date: 1760
Medium: Marble, lapis lazuli
Accession Number: 58.75.1b
Side table
top by John Wildsmith
(active 1757–69)
Date: 1759 (top), 1794 (base)
Medium: Carved and gilded pine; marbles, including rosso and nero antico, orange Veronese, yellow Siena, brown, gray, and white fleur de pêcher, black and gold Portor, orange and violet Spanish brocatello, and white Carrara, and hardstones, including gray and red granite, red and white jasper, pink quartz, porphyry, bloodstone, serpentine, golden and brown agate and onyx, and lapis lazuli
Accession Number: 58.75.130a, b
Armchair (one of a set of six)
John Mayhew
(British, 1736–1811)
Date: 1769–71
Medium: Gilded fruitwood; wool and silk (22-24 warps per inch, 9-10 per centimeter)
Accession Number: 58.75.17
Woodwork and ceiling from the Tapestry room from Croome Court
Robert Adam
(British, Kirkclady, Scotland 1728–1792 London)
Date: ca. 1760–69
Medium: Plaster, wood, tapestry
Accession Number: 58.75.1a
Mirror
Possibly designed by Robert Adam
(British, Kirkclady, Scotland 1728–1792 London)
Date: 1769
Medium: Pine, gilt, mirror glass
Accession Number: 58.75.131
Borders
Manufacture Nationale des Gobelins
(French, established 1662)
Date: designed 1758–67, woven 1764–71
Medium: Wool, silk (22-24 warps per inch, 9-10 per cm.)
Accession Number: 58.75.12, .13
Armchair (one of a set of six)
John Mayhew
(British, 1736–1811)
Date: 1769–71
Medium: Gilded fruitwood; wool and silk (22-24 warps per inch, 9-10 per centimeter)
Accession Number: 58.75.16
Two tapestry panels
Manufacture Nationale des Gobelins
(French, established 1662)
Date: designed 1758–67, woven 1764–71
Medium: Wool, silk (22-24 warps per inch, 9–10 per cm.)
Accession Number: 58.75.10, .11
Candelabrum (one of a pair)
Date: ca. 1785
Medium: Glass
Accession Number: 29.112.3
Two overdoor panels with vases
Maurice Jacques
(French, 1712–1784)
Date: designed 1758–67, woven 1764–71
Medium: Wool, silk (22-24 warps per inch, 9–10 per cm.)
Accession Number: 58.75.6, .7
Armchair (one of a set of six)
John Mayhew
(British, 1736–1811)
Date: 1769–71
Medium: Gilded fruitwood; wool and silk (22-24 warps per inch, 9-10 per centimeter)
Accession Number: 58.75.20
Settee (one of a pair)
John Mayhew
(British, 1736–1811)
Date: 1769–71
Medium: Gilded fruitwood; wool and silk (22-24 warps per inch, 9-10 per centimeter)
Accession Number: 58.75.22
Grate basket and fender
Possibly by Thomas Blockley
Date: ca. 1760–69
Medium: Steel, cast iron
Accession Number: 58.75.1c, d
Allegories of Air (Cephalus and Aurora) and Earth (Vertumnus and Pomona)
General conception by Jacques Germain Soufflot
(French, Irancy 1713–1780 Paris)
Date: designed 1758–67, woven 1764–71
Medium: Wool, silk (22-24 warps per inch, 9-10 per cm)
Accession Number: 58.75.2
Armchair (one of a set of six)
John Mayhew
(British, 1736–1811)
Date: 1769–71
Medium: Gilded fruitwood; wool and silk (22-24 warps per inch, 9-10 per centimeter)
Accession Number: 58.75.18
Allegory of Fire (Venus Visiting Vulcan)
General conception by Jacques Germain Soufflot
(French, Irancy 1713–1780 Paris)
Date: designed 1758–67, woven 1764–71
Medium: Wool, silk (22-24 warps per inch, 9–10 per cm.)
Accession Number: 58.75.4
Allegory of Water (Neptune Rescuing Amymone)
General conception by Jacques Germain Soufflot
(French, Irancy 1713–1780 Paris)
Date: designed 1758–67, woven 1764–71
Medium: Wool, silk (22-24 warps per inch, 9-10 per cm)
Accession Number: 58.75.3
Mirror surround with vases
Maurice Jacques
(French, 1712–1784)
Date: designed 1758–67, woven 1764–71
Medium: Wool, silk (22-24 warps per inch, 9–10 per cm.)
Accession Number: 58.75.5
Settee (one of a pair)
John Mayhew
(British, 1736–1811)
Date: 1769–71
Medium: Gilded fruitwood; wool and silk (22-24 warps per inch, 9-10 per centimeter)
Accession Number: 58.75.21
Chandelier
Date: 1760–70
Medium: Glass, brass
Accession Number: 63.208.2
Two tapestry panels
Workshop of Jacques Neilson
(French, 1714–1788)
Date: designed 1758–67, woven 1764–71
Medium: Wool, silk (22-24 warps per inch, 9–10 per cm.)
Accession Number: 58.75.8, .9
Armchair (one of a set of six)
John Mayhew
(British, 1736–1811)
Date: 1769–71
Medium: Gilded fruitwood; wool and silk (22-24 warps per inch, 9-10 per centimeter)
Accession Number: 58.75.19
Candelabrum (one of a pair)
Date: ca. 1785
Medium: Glass
Accession Number: 29.112.2
Armchair (one of a set of six)
John Mayhew
(British, 1736–1811)
Date: 1769–71
Accession Number: 58.75.15
Chimneypiece
Lapis lazuli tablet provided by Joseph Wilton
(British, London 1722–1803 London)
Date: 1760
Accession Number: 58.75.1b
Side table
top by John Wildsmith
(active 1757–69)
Date: 1759 (top), 1794 (base)
Accession Number: 58.75.130a, b
Armchair (one of a set of six)
John Mayhew
(British, 1736–1811)
Date: 1769–71
Accession Number: 58.75.17
Woodwork and ceiling from the Tapestry room from Croome Court
Robert Adam
(British, Kirkclady, Scotland 1728–1792 London)
Date: ca. 1760–69
Accession Number: 58.75.1a
Mirror
Possibly designed by Robert Adam
(British, Kirkclady, Scotland 1728–1792 London)
Date: 1769
Accession Number: 58.75.131
Borders
Manufacture Nationale des Gobelins
(French, established 1662)
Date: designed 1758–67, woven 1764–71
Accession Number: 58.75.12, .13
Armchair (one of a set of six)
John Mayhew
(British, 1736–1811)
Date: 1769–71
Accession Number: 58.75.16
Two tapestry panels
Manufacture Nationale des Gobelins
(French, established 1662)
Date: designed 1758–67, woven 1764–71
Accession Number: 58.75.10, .11
Candelabrum (one of a pair)
Date: ca. 1785
Accession Number: 29.112.3
Two overdoor panels with vases
Maurice Jacques
(French, 1712–1784)
Date: designed 1758–67, woven 1764–71
Accession Number: 58.75.6, .7
Armchair (one of a set of six)
John Mayhew
(British, 1736–1811)
Date: 1769–71
Accession Number: 58.75.20
Settee (one of a pair)
John Mayhew
(British, 1736–1811)
Date: 1769–71
Accession Number: 58.75.22
Grate basket and fender
Possibly by Thomas Blockley
Date: ca. 1760–69
Accession Number: 58.75.1c, d
Allegories of Air (Cephalus and Aurora) and Earth (Vertumnus and Pomona)
General conception by Jacques Germain Soufflot
(French, Irancy 1713–1780 Paris)
Date: designed 1758–67, woven 1764–71
Accession Number: 58.75.2
Armchair (one of a set of six)
John Mayhew
(British, 1736–1811)
Date: 1769–71
Accession Number: 58.75.18
Allegory of Fire (Venus Visiting Vulcan)
General conception by Jacques Germain Soufflot
(French, Irancy 1713–1780 Paris)
Date: designed 1758–67, woven 1764–71
Accession Number: 58.75.4
Allegory of Water (Neptune Rescuing Amymone)
General conception by Jacques Germain Soufflot
(French, Irancy 1713–1780 Paris)
Date: designed 1758–67, woven 1764–71
Accession Number: 58.75.3
Mirror surround with vases
Maurice Jacques
(French, 1712–1784)
Date: designed 1758–67, woven 1764–71
Accession Number: 58.75.5
Settee (one of a pair)
John Mayhew
(British, 1736–1811)
Date: 1769–71
Accession Number: 58.75.21
Chandelier
Date: 1760–70
Accession Number: 63.208.2
Two tapestry panels
Workshop of Jacques Neilson
(French, 1714–1788)
Date: designed 1758–67, woven 1764–71
Accession Number: 58.75.8, .9
Armchair (one of a set of six)
John Mayhew
(British, 1736–1811)
Date: 1769–71
Accession Number: 58.75.19
Candelabrum (one of a pair)
Date: ca. 1785
Accession Number: 29.112.2

Close