Prentis House Parlor Shelburne Museum

$8.17

Prentis House Parlor Shelburne Museum

  • Museum includes thirty-nine distinct structures on forty-five acres, 
  •  Shelburne Museum founder Electra Havemeyer Webb.
  • Prentis House was built in Hadley, Massachusetts, in 1773, and it was moved to the Museum in 1955 to serve as a representative colonial home
  •  Prentis House is an excellent example of a New England “saltbox” style, with its asymmetrical roof. It also has a massive central chimney with seven flues that meet on the second floor in a huge, beehive-shaped form. The house’s interiors feature William and Mary furniture, English delftware, stumpwork embroideries, and crewelwork bed hangings

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