With its open pierced-trelliswork superstructure and secretaire base, this chiffonier belongs to a group of related works with minor variations in the pattern of the trelliswork, the drawer arrangement and feet. This group includes two examples from Hornby Castle, Yorkshire (illustrated in R. Edwards and P. Macquoid, eds., The Dictionary of English Furniture, New York, 1924, vol. I, p. 141, figs. 43 and 44). Another virtually identical pair at Ashburnam Place, Sussex can be seen in a photograph circa 1953 of the Large Drawing-Room (reproduced in Christie's London, 14 June 2001, lot 140). Further examples include: one from the Thursby-Pelham Collection illustrated in O. Brackett, English Furniture Illustrated, rev. edn., 1950, pl. CLXXV; and another from the collection of the Dowager Lady Dundas, Glencairn, Leamington, in M. Harris and Sons, A Catalogue and Index of Old Furniture and Works of Decorative Art: Part II, London, n.d. (c. 1930), p. 302.