The maker has chosen to use a richly grained satinwood, and executed the carving with extraordinary fluency and precision, foliates, putti and birds are featured; over the open sectioned base, quadrant shelves flank the lower door; above, double bevelled and arched mirrors have flanking cupboards with richly carved fascias, conjoined by a running gallery, and, surmounted by a serpentine shaped cornice. Circa 1885
Gothic Revival Oak Glastonbury Chair, late 19th century, back carved with the Christian "Chi-Rho" symbol surrounded by various carved motifs including cusped arches and oak leaves, arms similarly carved with scrolling oak leaves and rosettes, ht. 34, wd. 21, dp. 20 in.