About the dealer
About the object
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
Height 22 ½" (57cm) Width 26 ½" (67cm)