Horsehair and satin
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Stourhead, Wiltshire (Accredited Museum)
Chippendale was commissioned to supply the original furnishings for the Picture Gallery, he even supplied the coverings used on the chairs when the gallery was closed.
One from a set of twelve horsehair and yellow satin upholstered loose seat cushion, English, 1993 Made as a replica of the original cushion supplied for a set of twelve satinwood and ebony strung cane seated open armchairs, by Thomas Chippendale the Younger (1749-1822) London 1802. Commissioned for the Picture Gallery at Stourhead by Sir Richard Colt Hoare.
Made in 1993 as a replica of the original cushions supplied for a set of twelve satinwood and ebony strung cane seated open armchairs by Thomas Chippendale the Younger (1749-1822), 1802.