The furniture collection at Lyndhurst comprises of pieces that are largely original to the mansion dating back to the early 1840s when the Pauldings first moved into the home. The collection includes more than fifty pieces designed by Alexander Jackson Davis, the architect of Lyndhurst, in the 1840s and the 1860s that have remained with the house. There is a small group of rococo revival pieces by such makers as Meeks, Roux and Mitchell, and Rammelsburg acquired by the second owner, George Merritt. Approximately 30 pieces of furniture by the Herter Brothers were brought to the mansion by the third owner Jay Gould.

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