Last day we took a look at what has to be a beautiful staircase added in Georgian times.
Here we have the dining room fitted out by Sir Francis Henry Drake, 5th Baronet, in the 1770's leaving only the Tudor Fireplace and a small reminder of the monastic church in the form of a carved corbel figure of the ox of St Luke.
The table is a six-leaf concertina dining table on eight gardrooned (convex curves in a series) legs also known as a naval table. The chairs are also mahogany from the mid-18th century in the style of Thomas Chippendale
The one on the left Sheraton style mahogany, the one on the right bow-fronted mahogany banded in kingwood with a pair of very fine knife boxes on top.
I have a couple more things to show you in the drawing room, but will save them for next time, because I found them so interesting.
Until next time, Happy Rambles.