Circa 1880. An exhibition quality satinwood dressing table by ‘John Taylor of Edinburgh’. The large rectangular bevelled mirror contained in stylish frame with architectural pediment. Two stylish uprights lead down to 2 banks of drawers, bow fronted with drawer following the form of the top. Further drawers, with pierced Chinese Chippendale fretwork in the border beneath. All standing on four square tapering legs with stylish applied blocks to the tops, with shelves towards the base. Finishing on brass and porcelain castors.
- 194cm High x 145cm Wide x 66cm Deep