This gallery holds so many things that I love.
Gainsborough's Pinkie and Blue Boy are hung here.
There's a fabric panel and upholstered chair designed by William Morris (one of the father's of the Arts and Crafts era). Wedgewood blue, etc.
The chandelier ,in the main hall, shines brighter than I've ever seen. It does not translate in these photos. As you can see, everything has gorgeous detail.
|Gold leaf abounds|
|Petit point chairs were in each room.|
|the top of an urn|
|This chandelier is magnificent!|
|Pinkie, I know, I took a lousy picture.|
|Stained glass church window|
|Wm. Morris print|
|love this Wm. Morris chair|
|Some of the first Majolica made|
|Sterling silver flatware set|
|I forget who this woman is, sorry|
|Ahhh... Wedgewood blue. How do ya like these, Laureen?|