1. Sheraton Table. Property of Lady Wolsetey. 2. Mahogany Cabinet, veneered with Saimwood, Coromandel and other woods Second half of 18"' Century. In the Victoria and Albert Museum, London
Chippendale inlaid Jewel Case Property of Messrs. Isaacs. New Oxford Str., London W.
Sheraton inlaid Satinwood Dressing Table Lent by Messrs. Mallett X- Son. Bath
I. Sheraton black and gold tacqner Settee with cane seat, about 1780. Lent by F. W. Phillips Fsq., Hitthin 2. Painted Sheraton Double Seat. Lent by F. W. Phil'ips Fsq., Hitdiin
Sheraton Satinwood Fallfront Secretaire, inlaid with bands of Tulipwood and Ebony, and brass beaded mouldings. Lent by E. W. Phillips Esq., Ihtchin
Sheraton Bookcase Bureau Lent by Messrs. Mallett & Son, Balli
I. Sheraton Chair. Property of the Under Secretary of State for India 2. Mahogany Sheraton Chair, about 1780. Property of Henry Willett Esq.. Brighton 3. Sheraton Period Settee. Lent by Messrs. Mallett & Son, Bath
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