FURNITURE & MISCELLANEOUS
F3: Elm corner chairsA pair of early George III corner armchairs. The different woods incorporated, all common local varieties, probably indicates that they were made by a local craftsman, possibly the estate carpenter.
F5. Upholstered armchairUpholstered armchair from Sotheby's sale, Tyningham 1987. Believed to have been made by Charles ll's court chairmaker, probably for the Duke of Rothes, and to have been at Tyningham since that time.
F6. Wooden armchairThe only surviving furniture known to have been at Rothes Castle. Dated 1675 and decoreated with carved tulips. Initialled 'MM' for Margaret, 8th Countess of Rothes in her own right, elder daughter of the Duke of Rothes.
Edward Vll Coronation ChairChair used at the Coronation of Edward Vll by Norman Evelyn, 19th Earl of Rothes.
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