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Almost certainly acquired by Robert Shuttleworth, Esq. (d. 1818) for Gawthorpe Hall, Lancashire and by descent to
The Lords Shuttleworth, Gawthorpe Hall, Lancashire.
C. Musgrave, Regency Furniture 1800-1830, London, 1961, pl. 6 (shown in situ in Mrs. Whitbread's Room at Southill from the Regency Exhibition).
M. Jourdain, Regency Furniture 1795-1830, London, rev. ed., 1965, p. 98, fig. 236.
S. Jervis, 'Gawthorpe Revived', Country Life, 11 June 1987, fig. 7 (shown in a watercolour of the dining hall).
Brighton, The Royal Pavilion, 1951, The Regency Exhibition, no. 305.