19th century reverse moulded frame and banding to examples of inlaid parquetry, including diamonds, squares and chevrons. The as yet unidentified house depicted is of three/four storeys with typical Scottish hexagonal tower with three dormers, each with finials. The inlaid woods include oak, pine, maple, sycamore, boxwood, rosewood and ebony.
Scottish, circa 1880 – 1900
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