‘English Furniture’ historical pictures (exact matches)

Walnut Inlaid Writing-Cabinet, property of Alfred A de Pass
Walnut Inlaid Writing-Cabinet, property of Alfred A de Pass
Table Inlaid with Marqueterie, property of Lord Zouche of Haryngworth
Table Inlaid with Marqueterie, property of Lord Zouche of Haryngworth
Oak Court Cupboard (Tridarn), property of H Clarence Whaite
Oak Court Cupboard (Tridarn), property of H Clarence Whaite
Cabinet Inlaid with Marqueterie, property of Sir George Donaldson
Cabinet Inlaid with Marqueterie, property of Sir George Donaldson
Chest of Drawers Inlaid with Marqueterie
Chest of Drawers Inlaid with Marqueterie
Cabinet Press Inlaid with Marqueterie, property of the Marquess of Exeter
Cabinet Press Inlaid with Marqueterie, property of the Marquess of Exeter
Clock Inlaid with Light Marqueterie, property of Percy Macquoid; Clock Inlaid with Dark …
Clock Inlaid with Light Marqueterie, property of Percy Macquoid; Clock Inlaid with Dark …
Walnut Cabinet Inlaid with Marqueterie, the property of The Hon Charlotte Maria Lady North and R Eden Dickson
Walnut Cabinet Inlaid with Marqueterie, the property of The Hon Charlotte Maria Lady North and R Eden Dickson
Oak Inlaid Chair, property of Miss Dorothy Chune Fletcher
Oak Inlaid Chair, property of Miss Dorothy Chune Fletcher
Oak Chest, property of Seymour Lucas; Oak Inlaid Nonesuch Chest
Oak Chest, property of Seymour Lucas; Oak Inlaid Nonesuch Chest
Credence, in the possession of EA Barry
Credence, in the possession of EA Barry
WAS Benson, Architect
WAS Benson, Architect
Walnut Cabinet, property of Edward Dent
Walnut Cabinet, property of Edward Dent
Illustrated London News, Christmas Number 1900
Illustrated London News, Christmas Number 1900
Sir John Wynne's Buffet, in the possession of the Earl of Carrington
Sir John Wynne's Buffet, in the possession of the Earl of Carrington
Chest of Drawers Inlaid with Marqueterie
Chest of Drawers Inlaid with Marqueterie
Oak Double Chairs (Welsh), property of H Clarence Whaite
Oak Double Chairs (Welsh), property of H Clarence Whaite
Oak Standing Buffet, property of Edward Quilter
Oak Standing Buffet, property of Edward Quilter
Upholstered Bed, Hampton Court Palace
Upholstered Bed, Hampton Court Palace
Oak Cacqueteuse Chair, property of Percy Macquoid; Yew Chair, property of the Duke of Leeds
Oak Cacqueteuse Chair, property of Percy Macquoid; Yew Chair, property of the Duke of Leeds