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Bielefield & Haselden (1833–40)

Bielefield & Haselden

London; papier mâché furniture and looking-glass makers (fl.1833–40)

In 1835 C.F. Bielefeld supplied a giltwood and papier-mâché throne canopy for the House of Lords and also many of the ornamental features for the temporary House of Lords Chamber following the fire of 1834 (illus. Roberts, ‘Royal Thrones 1760-1840’, Furniture History (1989), fig. 20) now at Grimsthorpe Castle.

Source: DEFM; Roberts, ‘Royal Thrones 1760-1840’, Furniture History (1989).

The original entry from Dictionary of English Furniture Makers, 1660-1840 can be found at British History Online.