Dark-stained oak armchair with panelled sides, pierced with a flying bird motif, and a drop-in seat of woven rush covered with chequered horsehair. From the Argyle Street Tearooms, Glasgow, designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh, 1898. Made at the workshop of Francis Smith, Glasgow, 1898-99. Probably used in the ground floor rooms.
Cabinet, oak carcass, lower section with pictorial marquetry doors inlaid with mother-of-pearl and with metal mounts, upper section with glazed door and silk interior lining: French, Nancy, by Louis Majorelle, 1898.
Giltwood armchair upholstered in red damask with cabriole legs, hairy paw feet and decorated seat rails, made for Sir Lawrence Dundas: English, London, designed by Robert Adam, made by the workshop of Thomas Chippendale, 1765.
Chair of mahogany, with incised, gilded decoration of geometric and stylised botanical forms in the Aesthetic Egyptian Revival style. Re-upholstered in blue velvet in 2014. Designed by Christopher Dresser, Manufactured by Chubb & Sons or Thomas Knight and retailed by The Art Furnisher's Alliance. British, c. 1880.
Painted cupboard, in the style of a Welsh or Monmouthshire cupboard, made using reclaimed timber from an 18th century chest and other sources, with a single hinged door and one interior shelf, latch and knob are metal detectorist finds: Scottish, Dalkeith, Millerhill, by Roland Fraser, 2009 - 2010.
Tall cupboard square in plan, doors on two of four sides, each door opens on a cupboard with two shelves, upper has glass panels in lattice design and red cotton curtain, lower has wooden door, from Fala Dam.
Rectangular wooden utility cupboard painted pale blue and cream, in four sections with several doors and drawers, including two glass doors and a fold-down work surface, the interior fitted with six metal spice jars, by Hygena, England, 1940s.
Cabinet of pearwood with arcaded lower portion, upper portion recessed in centre between pairs of flanking columns, with cupboard underneath, and cupboard door panels each carved with the figure of a woman: French, century.