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Deep-buttoned seating and a pair of ottomans, fringed and tasselled, form the main seating-area in the sitting-room. 4 The Egyptian theme in the bedroom is established by the frieze of Egyptian motifs and hieroglyphs, and continues in the large rug and capitals of the pilasters. dogs, many of which are reflected in the mirrored Aesthetic Movement sideboard. The remarkably handsome pine cupboard, with broken pediment and carved pilasters, houses china and glass, including pieces by Biot. Between the panelled walls and compartmented ceiling is a hand-painted Gothic-style frieze using colours which match those of the chinoiserie chairs.

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