The ebony-veneered china cabinet, inlaid with rich foliate intarsia in the manner of J.K. Collings, Art Foliage l865, was executed by the Leeds firm of Marsh and Jones, who traded from l865 from the premises of John Kendell & Co. as upholsterers, cabinet-makers and general furnishers. They became celebrated for their 'Mediaeval' cabinet-work and employed as their art designer Charles Bevan of Cavendish Square, London. Their contemporary richly inlaid furnishings supplied in l865 for Titus Salt Junior of Baildon Lodge, Baildon is discussed by L.O.J. Boynton High Victorian Furniture: The Example of Marsh and Jones of Leeds, 'Furniture History' l967 (pp. 54 -9l).