The Cabinet at Felbrigg Hall, designed to contain William Windham II’s Grand Tour pictures. Much of Felbrigg reflects the lively, almost contradictory personality of William Windham II. The remodelling of Felbrigg Hall , which took place between about 1749 and 1755, created a sequence of fashionable rococo interiors cleverly integrated into a much older house.
Victorian Renaissance Revival marquetry inlaid game table featuring a chess and cribbage gameboard on the top of the table. The legs are incised with, drop finials, scrolled feet and with a relief carved pedestal column. Burlwood, Ebony, Mahogany, Maple and Pine. American, c.1870-1890 27” x 21 ½” x 21 ¼” .