An ebony 'Tudor' chair that orginally stood in the entrance hall at Charlton, now at Tyntesfield. Straight back with carved panel, arms supported by turned legs with typical spiralling detail and legs joined with carved rails.
Fox Hall The bed alcove at Fox Hall. It was built in as a hunting lodge for the Duke of Richmond. The lodge was in effect little more than a grand bedroom, allowing Duke to rise early to ride to hounds.