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  1. Designed by Robert Adam
    Scottish, 1728–1792
    The Dundas Sofa

    Commissioned 1764, made 1765
    Limewood, pine, beech and gilding with later silk upholstery
    2014.810
  2. Barbara Brown
    English, born 1932
    Ensign

    c. 1965
    Cotton
    2017.229
  3. In the manner of John Cobb
    English, c. 1715–1778
    Cylinder Desk

    c. 1770
    Sycamore
    96.1243
  4. Attributed to Daniel Cottier
    Scottish, 1838–1891
    "Aegyptian" Chair

    c. 1875
    Ebonized wood, gilding, and upholstery
    95.227
  5. Unkown Maker English
    Pair of Pier Tables

    1770 or later
    Beech; spruce (secondary wood) and gilding
    94.1086.1,.2
  6. Thomas Fentham
    English, died 1808, active 1771–1808
    Mirror

    c. 1800
    Eastern white pine, scots pine, spruce, composition, paint, gold leaf, mercury/tin amalgam mirrored glass
    B.69.180
  7. Attributed to Henry Lindley Fry
    English, 1807–1895, active United States
    Corner Cabinet

    1870–1880
    Oak and pine
    2002.3547
  8. Made by Gillows, Lancaster
    English, active c. 1727–1774
    Chest of Drawers

    c. 1880–1900
    Walnut, various secondary woods, and marble
    94.1060
  9. Edward William Godwin
    English, 1833–1886
    Tea Table

    c. 1880
    Mahogany
    2015.523
  10. Attributed to Giles Grendey
    English, 1693–1780
    Pair of Side Chairs

    c. 1730
    Walnut with other woods, and wool
    2010.43.1,.2
  11. Attributed to William Hallett, Sr.
    English, c. 1707–1781
    Settee

    c. 1735
    Walnut, upholstery
    95.84
  12. William Kent
    English, 1685–1748
    Hall Bench

    c. 1730
    Virginia walnut
    2014.740
  13. Attributed to James Leman
    English, 1688–1745
    Dress Fabric

    c. 1730
    Brocaded silk
    93.403
  14. John Linnell
    English, 1729–1796
    Hall Settee

    c. 1760
    Mahogany
    94.1062
  15. Attributed to John Linnell
    English, 1729–1796
    Armchair

    c. 1770
    Beech, gilding, and upholstery (not original)
    87.114
  16. Attributed to Mayhew & Ince
    English, active 1759–1804
    Pair of Corner Cabinets

    c. 1773
    Tulipwood, satinwood, amaranth, pine and ormolu
    96.1214.1,.2
  17. Peter McCulloch
    American, born Scotland, 1933
    Project

    designed 1965
    Cotton
    2017.230
  18. William Morris
    English, 1834–1896
    "Rose and Thistle" Textile

    c. 1882
    Cotton
    81.181
  19. Thomas James Philippa
    nationality and dates not known
    Needlework Sampler: Exodus Chapter 20

    1755
    Cloth
    B.64.51
  20. Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin
    English, 1812–1852
    X-Frame Chair

    c. 1847
    Oak, leather and brass
    96.608
  21. Martha Shreeve
    English, 1735–1753
    Sampler

    c. 1752
    Silk on cotton
    B.79.208
  22. Design attributed to Charles Heathcote Tatham
    English, 1772–1842
    Console Table (one of a pair)

    c. 1805–1811
    red pine, gilding, Travertine marble, plaster, and iron
    94.1194.2
  23. Design attributed to Charles Heathcote Tatham
    English, 1772–1842
    Console Table (one of a pair)

    c. 1805–1811
    Red pine, gilding, Travertine marble, plaster, and iron
    94.1194.1
  24. English
    Pair of Torchères

    c. 1730–1740
    Carved gilt-wood
    2017.377.1,.2
  25. English
    Pier Mirror

    c. 1795
    Pine, gilt, glass, and wire
    2012.35
  26. English
    Armchair

    17th century
    Oak
    2001.292
  27. English
    Side Chair

    c. 1780–1800
    Mahogany; unidentified secondary woods and modern horsehair upholstery
    B.2011.2
  28. English
    Looking Glass

    c. 1785–1815
    Mahogany and mahogany veneer; white pine, composition, gold leaf, iron, and mirrored glass
    B.2008.14
  29. English
    Bedstead

    mid 18th century
    Mahogany, parcel gilt
    96.1692.A-.J
  30. English
    Side Chair

    c. 1750
    Walnut
    96.1587

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