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Raynham Hall, Inglaterra - Pesquisa Google

Raynham Hall, Inglaterra - Pesquisa Google

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Drumlanrig Castle. Scotland

Drumlanrig Castle. Scotland

Close view of flowers in the walled garden at Chartwell, Kent, the family home of Sir Winston Churchill from 1922 until 1965, one of my favourite places to visit

Close view of flowers in the walled garden at Chartwell, Kent, the family home of Sir Winston Churchill from 1922 until 1965, one of my favourite places to visit

Hampton Court Palace

Hampton Court Palace

Adriana Scaneiro Cartões

Adriana Scaneiro Cartões

Tyntesfield, Somerset, England

Tyntesfield, Somerset, England

Papel de Parede Foto Praia do Tiki

Papel de Parede Foto Praia do Tiki

The Old Library was one of the first rooms to be completed in the late 1760s. Items in this room by Chippendale include the painted blue chairs date to circa 1771 but retain many elements of the earlier Rococo style and the library steps with neo-classical marquetry.   The mahogany library desk in the centre of the room is Regency, possibly made by local firm Wright and Elwick. Items on this table include a command from King Edward VII to the 5th Earl to attend his coronation in 1902.

The Old Library was one of the first rooms to be completed in the late 1760s. Items in this room by Chippendale include the painted blue chairs date to circa 1771 but retain many elements of the earlier Rococo style and the library steps with neo-classical marquetry. The mahogany library desk in the centre of the room is Regency, possibly made by local firm Wright and Elwick. Items on this table include a command from King Edward VII to the 5th Earl to attend his coronation in 1902.

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