Highlights of the Dunimarle Collection
A selection of fine and decorative art at Duff House.
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Painted glass panel
This painted glass panel is one of a series of 16th and 17th century Swiss painted glass.
Object number DC325
Pair of Ladies' shoes
This pair of shoes, with padded silk bows at the front, reputedly belonged to Queen Marie Antoinette of France who died in 1793.
Object number DC413
Painting: Landscape with Travellers and Shepherds
An oil painting by Philips Wouwerman (1619-1668).
Object number DC103
Painting: An Army Encampment
Oil painting by Philips Wouwerman (1619-1668) titled ‘An Army Encampment’.
Object number DC104
Painting: Woodland Landscape
This oil painting is by the Dutch landscape painter Meindert Hobbema (1638–1709).
Object number DC128
A pair of Imari bowls
This is a Japanese Imari pattern bowl, actually made in China, painted with chrysanthemum and scrolling foliage.
Object number DC461
This is an example of 19th century Chinese export porcelain.
Object number DC464
A 'famille rose' plate showing an unusual strutting cockerel among chrysanthemum.
Object number DC471A
This 18th century ginger jar was altered in the 19th century to include the metal embellishments now seen.
Object number DC474
Miniature painting of Sir William Erskine 1729 - 1795
This miniature painting by George Engleheart (1753-1829), shows Sir William Erskine as Colonel of the 26th Foot.
Object number DC147
Terracotta baluster vase
A terracotta baluster vase, carved with women and cupids on a white marble turned base.
Object number DC544
Frog-shaped flower holder
One of the most remarkable and charming pieces on display at Duff House, this frog-shaped flower holder was probably made in Chingtechen, China – the original and largest porcelain production centre.
Object number DC475
Strasbourg tureen and cover
This naturalistic boars head is an 18th century ceramic soup tureen (serving dish) and cover.
Object number DC490