Bullock supplied a total of eleven dressing-tables for the bedrooms. The more expensive, of oak with holly mouldings of which five were delivered, cost £11 (though one, with a 'sliding looking glass' cost £14); three more, of 'wainscot', cost £5 5s each. One dressing table (of the £11 model) was either not delivered or returned as superfluous and the most expensive one appears to have been reduced in price to £11 after a complaint from Boulton.
The triumphal-arched dressing-table, with Grecian-stepped cornice, is embellished with sunk tablets of rich marble-figured oak. Its general form derives from a sideboard pattern in Thomas Sheraton's Encyclopaedia, 1803 (pl. 34).