The pier-glass, with its Roman-medallioned mirror enwreathed by the Arcadian satyr Pan's sacred reeds, is designed in the George III 'Roman' fashion. It relates to William Ince's pattern for convex and concave glasses wreathed by the sun-deity Apollo's triumphal palms engraved in Ince and Mayhew's Universal System of Household Furniture, 1762 (pl. 77). With its French 'picturesque' flowered enrichments and scalloped base, it compares to a mirror at Uppark, Hampshire that was illustrated in M. Jourdain and F. Rose, English Furniture; The Georgian Period, London, 1953 (fig. 149).