A black lacquered tray top table, the open cube base with a shelf and undertier between square supports, the top with an inset and removable tray in striated anthracite lacquer with stainless steel mounted pewter finished bamboo handles.
A fine Irish Baroque carved stool, the rectangular seat frame upholstered and nail studded, on four, ribbed cabriole legs elaborately carved at the knees with grotesque masks and scrolls and terminating in bold, unusual hairy paw feet.
Milling Road: The Jessica is the rare bench that dazzles. Relatively narrow, it works nicely in an entry hall or as impromptu seating near the fire. Given the opportunity to stand alone, we see the Jessica starring under a staircase. A creative alternative at the dining table.