Sneak Peek: 'Treasures from Chatsworth,' Presented by Huntsman Official Trailer
Premiering 28 November: The Devonshire Collection at historic Chatsworth House, seat of the Cavendish family for generations, is rich with thousands of objects spanning four centuries. Be part of this extraordinary world in Treasures from Chatsworth, Presented by Huntsman, an original video series produced by Sotheby’s. In Episode 1 premiering 28 November on sothebys.com, discover the portrait of a duchess that caused a stir in British society.
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