Dressing Tables in the Style of James Wyatt
A pair of hand painted & water gilt dressing tables in the style of the 18c English Architect James Wyatt. The cabinets feature fitted interiors in Cuban Mahogany and dyed black deer skin. The center drawer pulls out for a Neo-Classic Temple in exotic wood to rise from the interior of the center compartment. The temple was based on the design of the garden temple of Heveningham Hall in Suffolk England. The end compartments feature unique quadrant pivoting drawers. The decoration of the painted ornament decoration was inspired by the ornamental decorations and drawings of James Wyatt
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