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Jane Carlyle
Dates: 1801/07/14 / 1866/04/21
Short Biography: wife to writer Thomas Carlyle for over 40 years and quick-witted raconteur. the Carlyles' Chelsea home was the centre of an important literary and cultural circle in London from 1834 until 1881.
Collection Descriptions
Ceramics Collection (National Trust, Carlyle's House)
Decorative and practical items which belonged to Jane Carlyle. The House has a china closet which Carlyle described...
Furniture Collection (National Trust, Carlyle's House)
The furniture includes pieces that the Carlyles brought with them from Scotland to London in the 1830s, complemented ...
Paintings collection (National Trust, Carlyle's House)
Paintings include Robert Tait's "A Chelsea Interior" painted in 1857 and depicting Thomas and Jane Carlyle in the par...
Personalia collection (National Trust, Carlyle's House)
Carlyle's House contains items that were part of the Carlyles' life at Cheyne Row and which are well documented in th...

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