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Upholstery Gallery

Available as Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 51 pictures in our Upholstery collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Victorian woman (Polhill-Turner family) Featured Print

Victorian woman (Polhill-Turner family)

An upper class Victorian woman, probably a member of the Polhill-Turner family of Howbury Hall, Renhold, Bedfordshire. Seen here in a studio photograph, leaning on the back of a chair, wearing a light-coloured dress

© Mary Evans Picture Library/Gill Stoker

1860s, Aristocracy, Bedfordshire, Carved, Centre, Chair, Class, Costume, Desk, Drawers, Dress, Escritoire, Full, Furniture, Gentry, Hair, Hall, Historical, History, Howbury, Ink, Landed, Leaning, Light, Ornate, Parting, Peerage, Pen, Polhill, Pot, Renhold, Skirt, Skirted, Style, Turner, Upholstered, Upholstery, Upper, Velvet, Victorian, Woman, Women, Wood

Darenth Schools, Kent - Upholstery Featured Print

Darenth Schools, Kent - Upholstery

Older inmates at work in the upholstery department of the Darenth Schools, near Dartford, Kent. The Schools were opened in 1878 by the Metropolitan Asylums Board as a residential institution for imbecile children from London. Date: circa 1900

© Mary Evans/Peter Higginbotham Collection

1878, 1900, Asylums, Board, Care, Carehome, Children, Childrens, Circa, Darenth, Dartford, Department, Home, Imbecile, Inmates, Institution, Kent, London, Metropolitan, Older, Opened, Orphans, Residential, Schools, Social, Upholstery, Welfare, Work

Coronation thrones, 1911 Featured Print

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. Edward's Chair and differ for each coronation. This pair were reproduced by Messrs Morris (William Morris) from Jacobean originals from Knole with an X-shaped back supports of beechwood and upholstery of crimson silk damask specially designed by William Morris some years before. The silk was dyed with pure madder and woven on the Morris looms at Merton Abbey. Date: 1911

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans