Hand Coloured Mezzotint of Lord and Lady Melbourne.
Original Painting by George Stubbs (1724-1806) – Mezzotint Engraving in Ebonised and Gilt Frame.
The lady seated in the carriage is Elizabeth Milbanke, her husband, Peniston Lamb, 1st Lord Melbourne is mounted on a chestnut horse to the right. Sir Ralph Milbanke, Elizabeth’s father, stands beside her, along with her brother John Milbanke. The engraving was executed by Macbeth Raeburn R.A. – signed by him – printed and hand coloured by Henry Graves and Co. Royal Print Sellers.
Width: 37.5″ / 95 cms
Height: 30″ / 76 cms
18th century Welsh oak hanging press cupboard of small size. Montgomeryshire. Circa 1740. Shaped fielded panels to both sections. Two drawers below.
Secret sliding lock. Now fitted with brass hanging rail.
Width: 54″ / 137 cms
Depth: 21.5″ / 55 cms
Height: 70″ / 178 cms