Product images of Wooden chair
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One of a pair of elbow chairs, of beechwood with rush seats, the other being AAA3460. These chairs came from Merton Place, the home that Emma Hamilton chose and Horatio Nelson purchased for his own occupation and that of the Hamiltons until Sir William's death in 1803, after which Emma, Nelson and their illegitimate daughter, Horatia, lived there.
- Image reference: F4118
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, Trafalgar House Collection