St James’s Palace, The Chapel Royal, London.
The Palace was built by King Henry VIII, largely between 1531 and 1536 with much of the Tudor red brick architecture surviving today.
St James’s Palace, The Chapel Royal, located in the City of Westminster forms part of the Royal Collection and is one of the senior palaces of the sovereign, it is home to several member of the Royal family and their household offices. The State Apartments of the Palace contain many beautiful items of furnishing and fine art, including Royal portraits, the Palace is used for official functions but it is not open to the public.
The Chapel Royal, Furniture Restoration
Furniture Restoration within the Chapel Royal.
An all cotton damask in sage green for furniture restoration within the Chapel Royal.
Project reference: 509
The Chapel Royal, Drapes
Chapel Window Drapes.
Humphries Weaving supplied a plain silk poplin fabric in crimson for window drapes within the chapel.
Project reference: 1793
The Chapel Royal, Upholstery Fabric
Wide woven upholstery fabric.
Fabric in green silk and cotton damask, wide woven for upholstery, reproducing the original mid 18th Century Italian design.
Project reference: 1714