Circa 1910, unusual walnut display cabinet by Whytock & Reid of Edinburgh. The dome top has a simple moulding over a carved foliate apron with fruits, vines and flower heads. Beneath this, is a large glazed front and unusually the glazed gables are hinged to access the interior which is covered in velvet and there are two shelves. The fore edge at the front is chamfered. Beneath the door is another moulding and a shaped and curved apron with a simple stylish bracket on the front and sides. The cabinet stands on four tall elegant typical Whytock & Reid/Lorimer stylised legs which finish on lily pad feet.
- 187cm high x 97cm wide x 40cm deep.