designed by Thomas Jeckyll (1827-81). Height 40 inches; width 57 inches; depth 26 inches. c. 1875 Padouk wood with ebony mouldings and brass mounts, with turned, carved, incised and moulded decoration.
The Aesthetic Movement and the Cult of Japan. London: The Fine Art Society, 1972. Catalogue number 290.
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