Treasures from Chatsworth, Episode 9: Design Through the Ages: 'The Counterpart Bench' and George III Coronation Chair
Form and function go hand-in-hand in great furnishings, whether they be antiques of royal provenance or cutting-edge creations by today’s most innovative makers. As this episode reveals, at Chatsworth, functional objects have always been valued for both their beauty and their utility.
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