Rolled paperwork, embroidery and wood tea canister by Mary Skeet, United Kingdom, l Victoria and Albert Museum
Lead-glazed earthenware jar, United Kingdom, l Victoria and Albert Museum
Armchair Place of origin: Wakefield, United Kingdom (made) Date: ca. 1750 (made) Artist/Maker: Elwick, Edward (probably, maker) Wright, .
Teapot and stand Shelton, United Kingdom (made) ca. 1805 Artist/Maker: John and Edward Baddeley Artist Maker Cream-coloured earthenware, painted in enamel and gilt
ball gown ca. 1820 via The Victoria & Albert Museum “Women saved their most elaborate dresses for special occasions such as balls. Lavish gowns embellished with gold thread or sparkling beads.
Captain Thomas Read by Kauffman, Angelica 1780 "This painting portrayed Captain Thomas Read the twin brother of Sir John Read, Bart. of Skipton-under-Wychwood, Oxfordshire.
Vase with Flowers (chimney board), about Oil on pine panel. Supported by the Friends of the V&A. l Victoria and Albert Museum
Charles Harvey, Reinagle, Philip, painted Oil on canvas. Bequeathed by Claude D. l Victoria and Albert Museum
[A “Gouty Chair” of mahogany with brass fittings and black horsehair upholstery] “ This chair is designed as a comfortable wing arm-chair on wheels. Winding handles on the arms propel the.