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The Wakefield based partnership between Richard Wright & Edward Elwick lasted between 1747-1771 and was the most prominent in Yorkshire in the second half of the 18th century with the same levels of patronage within the county that Gillows was to develop within Lancashire. Their list of patrons was indeed lengthy and distinguished and included the likes of Sir Rowland Winn at Nostell Priory, the Duke of Norfolk at Worksop Manor, Viscount Irwin at Temple Newsam House, John Spencer at Cannon Hall and most notably, the Marquis of Rockingham at Wentworth Woodhouse.

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WRIGHT & ELWICK (born 1726)
A Rare pair of George II Mahogany Side Chairs
Each with serpentine top rails and upholstered serpentine seats, on four cabriole legs, with scrolling panels carved to the knees and recessed cast...
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WRIGHT & ELWICK (born 1726)
George II mahogany serpentine commode probably by Wright & Elwick
A superb, rare George II well figured, Cuban mahogany serpentine commode, after a design by Thomas Chippendale, probably by Wright & Elwick of Wake...
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Millington Adams
WRIGHT & ELWICK (born 1726)
George III mahogany serpentine concertina action card table in the manner of Wri...
A superb George III Chippendale period mahogany serpentine, concertina action card table in the manner of Wright & Elwick of Wakefield, retaining o...
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Millington Adams