A set of seven padouk chairs, Chinese Export, circa 1765. With minor variations in dimensions and design - NT 871346.3 significantly shorter, and possibly cut down; NT 871346.7 and .8 are armchairs. Upholstered in three different fabrics. -- A set of chairs made in padouk, and with the same toprail and spandrels heading the legs, survives at Kenwood House. Some of the set were recorded in 18th century inventories drawn up for Lord Mansfield.
The Extraordinary in the Ordinary: Chairs for Viewing the World through Time, Hong-Kong, 7 June- 15 September 2014, p. 444