Tapestries & Wall Hangings
A motif from the Marian Needlework at Oxburgh Hall showing 'A Lion of the Sea'
The head of a bird against a blue & white striped background as part of a motif from the Marian Needlework at Oxburgh Hall
A motif from the Marian Needlework at Oxburgh Hall showing a spider in its web in the centre with others in side sections
Settee back embroidered in gros and petit point, c.1722, from Chicheley Hall in Buckinghamshire, now in the Parlour at Montacute House, Somerset. The settee has a parcel gilt walnut frame and the embroidery features mythological figures.
Close view of part of an Axminster carpet in the style of Charles Rennie Mackintosh (1868-1928), in Mr. Lewes' Dressing Room.
Close view of part of a tapestry with rabbits, birds and a village landscape, recently conserved, on the stairway on the Upper Landing at Hardwick Hall, Derbyshire
Detail from one of the Ulysses tapestries made in Brussels (late C!6th), hanging in the High Great Chamber
View of a c17th blue silk damask valance, once from Christian Bruce's bed, but now in the Passage by Mary, Queen of Scot's Room, Hardwick