Brympton D’Evercy House

Brympton D’Evercy House, Somerset.

A private country house residence, Brympton D’Evercy is now a popular wedding venue and has been used for location filming.

There has been a property of some description on the site since the 11th Century and Brympton D’Evercy was listed in the Doomsday book of 1086. As a private residence there is little photography of the interiors of the property in the public domain, although a set of three articles were published about the property in 1927. The property has been described as one of the most beautiful homes in England, set on the outskirts of the Yeovil village, Somerset.

Mandaville Damask, Brympton D’Evercy House, Mid 18th Century Bed Ref 1419

Mid 18th Century Bed

Restoration of a Mid 18th Century Bed, originally at Brympton D’Evercy House in Somerset, England and later sold to a collector in the United States of America.

Narrow width Pure silk damask in crimson for replacement bed drapes. We redrew the design from the original crimson bed drapes of a mid 18ThC. Bed. The bed was sold at auction and is now in the United States.

This design is also on chairs at Chatsworth House, and on bed drapes at Hardwick Hall.

Project reference: 1419