Boscobel's Jigsaw Puzzle
Those who have had to furnish a house from scratch will recall the difficulties involved in searching for the right furniture and furnishings. Imagine, therefore, the problems faced by a curator responsible for refurnishing an historic hunting lodge so as to recreate a nineteenth-century impression of what the rooms would have been like two centuries earlier.
At first sight this appears to be an almost impossible task; yet it is one which has been successfully accomplished Boscobel House – perhaps best known for its role in providing a hiding place for Charles II after the battle of Worcester.
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