This interesting pair of side cabinets has been decorated with colorful lithographs of various decorative art objects, contained behind panes of glass on both the exterior and interior doors. The panels on the front of each cabinet door are taken from J. B. Waring’s “Masterpieces of Industrial Art and Sculpture at the [London] International Exhibition, 1862” (Day & Son, 1863), a three-volume set comprising 300 color plates. The selected illustrations include porcelain vases and plates, mainly by royal manufactories of Meissen, Copenhagen, Berlin, St. Petersburg and Paris, and from English potteries, as well as Viennese cloth and paper hangings. Inside the larger cabinet are six grisaille prints depicting a selection of sculptures shown at the 1862 exhibition. The grisaille plates of sculptures in the interior of the smaller cabinet come from Matthew Digby Wyatt’s “Industrial Arts of the Nineteenth Century. A series of illustrations of the choicest specimens produced by every nation, at the Great Exhibition of Works of Industry, 1851” (Day & Son, 1851-53).