Milford House Museum



Comport tables

Pair of 18th century Adams style demi lune comport tables. Formerly at Somerset House London

Astragal Cabinet

Georgian mahogany cabinet belonging to Mrs. Harriette Miller which she had at Drumsill House Armagh where she lived from 1916 to 1943. May have come from Milford House. One of the most precious family items in the house.


Set of four English Regency Mahognay chairs with brass ornamentation which came from the British Embassy in Botswana. On loan from Stephen Mc Manus Collection

Writing Desk

The mahogany desk inlaid with rosewood was made in 1907 at the Earl of Antrim's estate. It belonged to Mrs. Jean Killen Headmistress of the Manor House School 1943-58 and sat in her Study at Milford House during the time of the Manor House School. On loan from Stephen Mc Manus Collection


Octagon mahogany table with eight drawers, four false and four real. Formerly at Somerset House London

18th Century Bookcase

A magnificent mahogany bookcase, the 18th century upper section with broken arch pediment above rectilinear astragal glazed doors, the wider 19th century lower section with six panelled doors. Formerly at Somerset House London.