6667 The King William Bedroom was the State Bedroom at the time of the Second Earl of Sunderland. King William of Orange slept here in 1695, when the bed was covered in ostrich feathers. The mirror is from Spencer House, London. The chimneypiece is by Philip Hardwick, and the grate is from Wormleighton. The bedroom is nowused as a guest room. THE KING WILLIAM ROOM
68 Alarge Rococo carved and parcel- gilt wall mirror, the bevelled edge rectangular plate within a ' C'and ' S'scroll carved and pierced frame, highlighted with shells and leaf motifs. The original circa 1750. AL31013 44 x 21/ 4x561/ 2in. 111 x 5 x 143 cm. THE ADMIRALTY COLLECTION Amahoganyovermantle mirror, the panelled arched broken pediment centred by gilt carved Spencer crest, brass mounted andcarved flintlock musket uprights andstepped base. Inspired by the 2nd Earl Spencer, appointed 1st Lord of the Admiralty in 1795. AL31022 31 x 41/ 2x54 in. 78 x 11 x 137 cm. THE ADMIRALTY COLLECTION Amahoganyconsole table, the rectangular top fitted with a long frieze drawer applied with finely cast brass crossed musket handles, the mirror back below flanked by crossed carved & brass mounted flintlock musket supports on a breakfront platform base. Inspired by the 2nd Earl Spencer, appointed 1st Lord of the Admiralty in 1795. AL53019 36 x 16 x 40 in. 91 x 40 x 101 cm. ARegency mahogany console table, the variegated rectangular marble top above twopanelled friezedrawers fitted with stel-lar drop handles and mounts, on a mirror back and naturalistically carved hairy lion legs and paw feet supported on a concave platformbase. The original circa 1820. AL53010 46 x 19 x 32 in. 116 x 48 x 81 cm.