The production of this design by the Dresdener Werkstätten für Handwerkskunst is recorded in the photo archives of the DWH, dated 1903. A chair in black-stained oak to the same design was exhibited at the Heirat und Hausrat exhibition in Dresden 1903, (reproduced: Klaus-Peter Arnold, Vom Sofakissen zum Städtebau, Dresden, 1993, p. 57.)
See also: Deutsche Kunst und Dekoration, 1903/4, Vol.13, p. 237, similar chair illustrated.
Another example of this design, also dark-stained, is in the permanent collection of the Münchner Stadtmuseum, Munich, Inv. No. 1958/468.
A set of natural birch panelling inlaid with squares of mother-of-pearl, designed by Baillie Scott and manufactured by the Dresdener Werkstätten für Handwerkskunst circa 1903, is in the collection of the Neue Sammlung, Munich, Inv. No. 116/95, illustrated: Florian Hufnagel, Einblicke Ausblicke, Munich, 1996, p. 69