Circa 1880. Made of the finest quality figured satinwood veneered on solid Spanish mahogany with outstanding hand inlaid marquetry in pristine condition.
The wardrobe cornice with dentil carvings and extensive honeysuckle and floral inlay over the barrel-front central section. The doors of the upper cupboard profusely inlaid with neo-classical inlay and Wedgewood panels, over a further tambour-front cupboard, Wedgewood plaque decoration and then a chest with two short over two long drawers with extensive neoclassical inlay and brass handles. The two flanking hanging wardrobe sections with further Wedgewood plaques and exquisite marquetry inlay. All supported on a deep, enclosed base.
239cm tall x 70cm deep x 235cm wide
The dressing table with central bow-front section above two short and two long drawers, brass locks and mahogany drawer linings flanked by two cupboards with marquetry inlay and Wedgewood panels with further marquetry inlay and dental features to the frieze. Above are two shelves with fan inlay and small drawers supporting large mirror with carved ram heads, neoclassical marquetry inlay decoration and Wedgewood plaque in the frieze.
190cm high x 62cm deep x 153cm wide
A further cabinet with a pair of marquetry inlaid doors with central Wedgewood plaques opening to a shelved cupboard above a bow-front chest with two short over two long drawers with brass handles and marquetry inlay.
130cm High x 74cm Wide x 70cm Deep