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The story of the horse is woven into the fabric of Savannah and very much still present in the carriage house at the Owens-Thomas House.  In this lecture, Elizabeth Jamieson, an independent researcher, lecturer, art-historian and curatorial advisor to the National Trust on horse-drawn carriages and historic stables, will discuss her research discoveries made in the process of writing her soon to be published book: Travelling in Style – The British Carriage in Town and Country.

About the Expert:

Ms. Jameson was formerly a member of the English Furniture Department at Sotheby’s and before that she worked for the antique dealer Partridge Fine Arts. She was Council Member and Hon. Newsletter Editor for the Furniture History Society from 2010-15 and Director of the Attingham Summer School from 2013 to 2017 where she recently directed an Attingham Study Programme on The Horse and the Country House.  Recently she was 2018/19 Fellow at the Fred W. Smith National Library for the Study of George Washington where she researched the famous Powel Coach, now in the stables at Mount Vernon.

* The recipe for our signature Garden Party cocktail will be circulated in advance so you can make and enjoy it during the lecture.