G. Hill (fl. c. 1850)
circa 1850 - 1874
Maple, walnut, plush, brass
75 x 162 x 75 cm
Place of origin
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Erddig, Wrexham (Accredited Museum)
A maple and walnut daybed, English, third quarter of the 19th century, stamped G.HILL, and possibly, therefore, by Holland & Sons of London. Upholstered in later dark red buttoned plush velvet. And with two turned legs and two outswept rectangular-section legs. The turned legs fitted with bead-decorated brass castors.
Given by Philip Yorke III (1905-1978) along with the estate, house and contents to the National Trust in 1973.
Makers and roles
G. Hill (fl. c. 1850), maker Holland and Sons, maker