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The exhibition mainly comprises recent acquisitions of 18th, 19th and early 20th century English furniture, augmented by a selection of Victorian and Edwardian oil paintings, a collection of Imari-pattern Royal Crown Derby porcelain and collectable small silver.

But furniture is the core, and the highlight is a large marquetry walnut display cabinet probably made by Morris & Co., c.1885.

This will be priced at £12,000 but definitely will not be for sale until the exhibition opens on September 28.

Also on offer among the furniture are a good Edwardian satinwood corner cupboard, a Regency mahogany secretaire chest and an early Victorian rosewood davenport with carved petal feet.

There will be late opening until 8pm on Friday October 1.