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Jacobean Collection

Background imageJacobean Collection: Ruins of Brambletye House, near East Grinstead, Sussex

Ruins of Brambletye House, near East Grinstead, Sussex
Ruins of Brambletye House, near Forest Row and East Grinstead, Sussex, dating back to the early 17th century. Date: 1809

Background imageJacobean Collection: Wroxton Abbey

Wroxton Abbey is a modernised, 17th century Jacobean manor house built on the foundations of a 13th century Augustinian priory

Background imageJacobean Collection: Charlton House, C18

Charlton House, C18
A View of the Manor House at Charlton, built by Sir Adam Newton. Then in Kent, today in SE London, it is considered one of the finest examples of Jacobean architecture

Background imageJacobean Collection: Cornelia Bayley, owner of Plas Teg - Jacobean house in Wales

Cornelia Bayley, owner of Plas Teg - Jacobean house in Wales
Cornelia Bayley owner of Plas Teg, a Grade I listed Jacobean house in North Wales, near the village of Pontblyddyn, Flintshire. She is seated in the sitting room with a very large dog

Background imageJacobean Collection: St Mary Abbots Workhouse, Marloes Road, Kensington, London

St Mary Abbots Workhouse, Marloes Road, Kensington, London
In 1847-8 the parish of St Mary Abbots, Kensington, south west London, erected a workhouse at the east of Wrights Lane (now Marloes Road)

Background imageJacobean Collection: Crimson Jacobean lily, Sprekelia formosissima

Crimson Jacobean lily, Sprekelia formosissima. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Weddell after Edwin Dalton Smith from John Lindley and Robert Sweets Ornamental Flower Garden and Shrubbery, G

Background imageJacobean Collection: Feathers Hotel, Ludlow, Shropshire

Feathers Hotel, Ludlow, Shropshire
Street scene with the Jacobean-style Feathers Hotel in Ludlow, Shropshire, dating back to the 17th century

Background imageJacobean Collection: Advertisement for Ye Olde Jacobean cafe, Derby

Advertisement for Ye Olde Jacobean cafe, Derby
Advertisement for Ye Olde Jacobean, The Wardwick, Derbys Supreme Cafe, where you need not be ashamed to meet your friends, and where you can hear the famous electric gramophone

Background imageJacobean Collection: Hatfield House

Hatfield House, Hertfordshire, England, the celebrated Jacobean mansion built by Robert Cecil, 1st Earl of Salisbury and the home of the Cecil family ever since

Background imageJacobean Collection: The Old House, Hereford

The Old House, Hereford, completed in 1621 by John Abel, " Kings Carpenter" to Charles I. An extremely fine example of Jacobean domestic architecture, now a museum

Background imageJacobean Collection: Bankside Map Theatres

Bankside Map Theatres
A map of Bankside showing location of the theatres during the Elizabethan/ Jacobean period

Background imageJacobean Collection: A great dane dog in front of a log fire at Plas Teg

A great dane dog in front of a log fire at Plas Teg, a Grade I listed Jacobean house in North Wales, near the village of Pontblyddyn, Flintshire, north Wales

Background imageJacobean Collection: Exterior of Plas Teg - Grade I listed Jacobean house, Wales

Exterior of Plas Teg - Grade I listed Jacobean house, Wales
Exterior of Plas Teg, a Grade I listed Jacobean house in North Wales, near the village of Pontblyddyn, Flintshire, north Wales. In 2019, the house was still owned and run by Cornelia Bayley Date: 1988

Background imageJacobean Collection: J. S. Henry Ltd Jacobean And Tudor Periods

J. S. Henry Ltd Jacobean And Tudor Periods
A Decorative scheme illustration of a living room designed in Jacobean and Tudor style, by J. S. Henry Ltd. Date: circa 1900

Background imageJacobean Collection: Jacobean style Oak Bureau

Jacobean style Oak Bureau in a furniture catalogue. Date: 1circa 1948

Background imageJacobean Collection: Angel Inn, Guildford

Angel Inn, Guildford
An etching of the Angel Inn, one of Guildford's large coaching inns established in the middle ages, with Jacobean or Tudor timber framing

Background imageJacobean Collection: Oetzmann Advertisement

Oetzmann Advertisement
An advertisement for Oetzmann & Co. Ltd, London based furniture makers. Images show various objects including Jacobean bookcase and tables, an Attwood bedroom suite, a Laindon bedroom suite

Background imageJacobean Collection: Sir Edward Coke, Lord Chief Justice

Sir Edward Coke, Lord Chief Justice
Sir Edward Coke (1552-1634), Lord Chief Justice, English judge, barrister and politician

Background imageJacobean Collection: Jacobean lily, Sprekelia formosissima

Jacobean lily, Sprekelia formosissima. Chromolithograph from an illustration by Desire Bois from Edward Steps Favourite Flowers of Garden and Greenhouse, Frederick Warne, London, 1896

Background imageJacobean Collection: Aston Hall, Jacobean house in Birmingham

Aston Hall, Jacobean house in Birmingham, seat of James Watt (1769-1848), son of the Scottish inventor and engineer James Watt. Handcoloured copperplate engraving after an illustration by W

Background imageJacobean Collection: Elevation of a hunting lodge and plan of a verandah

Elevation of a hunting lodge and plan of a verandah. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from Rudolph Ackermanns Repository of Arts, London, 1816

Background imageJacobean Collection: Enmore Castle, Somerset, the seat of the 3rd Earl of Egmont

Enmore Castle, Somerset, the seat of the 3rd Earl of Egmont
Enmore Castle, Somerset, the seat of John James Perceval, 3rd Earl of Egmont. Gothic rectangular castle with dry foss and drawbridge, crenellated church nearby

Background imageJacobean Collection: Belhus, seat of Sir Thomas Barrett Lennard

Belhus, seat of Sir Thomas Barrett Lennard
Belhus, Essex, seat of slave owner Sir Thomas Barrett Lennard. Gothic style house with deer in the gardens. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from Rudolph Ackermanns Repository of Arts, London, 1826

Background imageJacobean Collection: Thomas Coryate (Coryat), English traveller and author

Thomas Coryate (Coryat), English traveller and author
Thomas Coryate (Coryat, c1577-1617), English traveller and author. Date: early 17th century

Background imageJacobean Collection: Aztec lily, Sprekelia formosissima

Aztec lily, Sprekelia formosissima. Glaucous Jacobean lily, Sprekelia glauca. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by G. Barclay after Miss Sarah Drake from John Lindley

Background imageJacobean Collection: Jacobean lily or Aztec lily, Sprekelia formosissima

Jacobean lily or Aztec lily, Sprekelia formosissima (Jacobean amaryllis, Amaryllis formosissima). Handcolured copperplate engraving

Background imageJacobean Collection: Montacute House, Somerset

Montacute House, Somerset. circa 1930

Background imageJacobean Collection: Lady Mary Ashley Cooper in Jacobean costume Lady Mary Ashley-Cooper (1902-1936)

Lady Mary Ashley Cooper in Jacobean costume Lady Mary Ashley-Cooper (1902-1936)
Lady Mary Ashley-Cooper (1902-1936), later Lady Alington, eldest daughter of the Earl and Countess of Shaftesbury. Pictured in the costume she wore at the Hatfield Pageant

Background imageJacobean Collection: Comic Christmas card, scene from The Tempest

Comic Christmas card, scene from The Tempest
Comic Christmas card designed by Robert Dudley -- a scene from The Tempest, with Ferdinand lured by Ariel played by a turkey (holding a pudding), and Prospero supervising in the background

Background imageJacobean Collection: Cover design, Christmas cards with Shakespeare subjects

Cover design, Christmas cards with Shakespeare subjects
Cover design by Robert Dudley, Christmas cards with Shakespeare subjects. (1 of 5) Date: circa 1890s

Background imageJacobean Collection: Home of T H Ismay, founder of the White Star Line

Home of T H Ismay, founder of the White Star Line, at Dawpool (Dalpool), Cheshire, on the banks of the River Dee

Background imageJacobean Collection: SMOKING & DRINKING SMOKING & DRINKING

SMOKING & DRINKING SMOKING & DRINKING
a mens smoking party in late Elizabethan/early Jacobean times Date: circa 1600

Background imageJacobean Collection: Girl climbing on a sundial outside Tulle House Museum

Girl climbing on a sundial outside Tulle House Museum
A little girl pulls herself up to see a sundial outside Tulle House Museum and Art Gallery, Carlisle, Cumbria. She wears a summer dress and a straw boater hat with a ribbon at the back

Background imageJacobean Collection: Eyam Hall and the Stocks - Derbyshire

Eyam Hall and the Stocks - Derbyshire
Eyam Hall and the 18th century Stocks - Derbyshire - a Jacobean-style manor house. Date: circa 1910s

Background imageJacobean Collection: Felix Hotel, Felixstowe, Suffolk

Felix Hotel, Felixstowe, Suffolk - designed in the neo-Jacobean style by architect Thomas W Cotman (1847-1925) - now luxury retirement apartments. The Gardens were left to the public. Date: circa 1904

Background imageJacobean Collection: Portrait of King James I, by John de Critz the Elder

Portrait of King James I, by John de Critz the Elder
Half length portrait of King James I, by John de Critz the Elder (c.1552-1642)

Background imageJacobean Collection: Caricature of Ambrose Maynard, theatrical agent

Caricature of Ambrose Maynard, theatrical agent, depicted as a parody of Shakespeare. 1883

Background imageJacobean Collection: Somerhill House, near Tonbridge, Kent

Somerhill House, near Tonbridge, Kent, a Grade I listed Jacobean mansion, now in use as a school. 1809

Background imageJacobean Collection: Queen Anne of Denmark

Queen Anne of Denmark (1574-1619), wife of King James I of England, seen here on horseback

Background imageJacobean Collection: Jacobean front of Chastleton House, Oxfordshire

Jacobean front of Chastleton House, Oxfordshire
The elegant Jacobean front of Chastleton House, Oxfordshire. Date: circa 1930

Background imageJacobean Collection: Elizabethan servants polishing saucepans

Elizabethan servants polishing saucepans

Background imageJacobean Collection: Stoneland, Buckhurst Park, near Withyham, Sussex

Stoneland, Buckhurst Park, near Withyham, Sussex. the Buckhurst estate dates back to the 11th century; the building known as Stoneland dates back to the early 17th. Date: 1809

Background imageJacobean Collection: House viewed through trees near Newquay, Cornwall

House viewed through trees near Newquay, Cornwall. Date: circa 1980s

Background imageJacobean Collection: Coronation thrones, 1911

Coronation thrones, 1911
The thrones used for the enthronisation stage of the ceremony during the coronation of King George V in June 1911. These would be used following the crowning of the King on St

Background imageJacobean Collection: Dovecote at Chastleton, Oxfordshire

Dovecote at Chastleton, Oxfordshire
Dovecote in the grounds of Chastleton House, Oxfordshire, England. A Jacobean country house situated at Chastleton near Moreton-in-Marsh, Oxfordshire, England

Background imageJacobean Collection: Main Gate - Kew Gardens, Kew, London, England

Main Gate - Kew Gardens, Kew, London, England
The distinctive, ornate wrought iron gates, the Main Gate to the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew, south west London, England. Kews Main Gate was completed to Decimus Burtons designs in 1846

Background imageJacobean Collection: Sprekelia formosissima, jacobean lily

Sprekelia formosissima, jacobean lily

Background imageJacobean Collection: Strolling players on a winters day

Strolling players on a winters day
A scene from the Elizabethan or Jacobean period with a group of strolling players making their way to their next entertainment venue through the snow. Date: 1911



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