From a group of chairs which was originally part of the V&A's boardroom furniture.
3 chairs of carved and chamfered oak, upholstered in green leather with brass nailing. Originally designed in 1850 by A.W.N. Pugin for the Palace of Westminster. These were made by Gillow & Co, and bear the inventory stamp for Edward VII suggesting they were part of the V&A office furniture by 1901. There is some damage and wear to the upholstery and woodwork.
These objects are being disposed of by the Victoria and Albert Museum as they are duplicates of other objects in the Collection.
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