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Early 18th Century
Size: 61cm high, 61cm wide – 24 ins high, 24 ins wide
Years later in 1933 Nancy Lancaster, the celebrated Anglo-American interior decorator and her husband Ronald Tree bought Ditchley Park, the decoration of which earned her the reputation of having ‘the finest taste of almost anyone in the world’. It was the velvet room that inspired her with the design and colour scheme for the furniture she had made for the house. They entertained on a lavish scale and during the Second World War offered the house to Churchill for occasional weekends when Chequers was considered unsafe.