A Pair of Neo-Gothic Cabinets,

in Oak with Water Gilding,

for a Gentlemen’s Dining Society, London.

Design and project management by the Studio of Rupert Pearson. Cabinet making and installation by Deacon & Sandys, water gilding by Bevan & Hely-Hutchinson and Sign Writing (to design by Rupert Pearson using type designed by William Morris) by Bruce Barber.

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A Few Items to which

the Design

Makes Reference.