Four chairs designed by William Kent, probably  by Royal cabinet maker Benjamin Goodison (circa 1730) of Long Acre, commissioned by William, 3rd Duke of Devonshire (1698-1755), for Devonshire House.

The frames carved with acanthus and bell-flowers, the arm supports with lion's mask terminals, currently covered in crimson damask.

Other furniture in the collection

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