In an eclectic medley, a mélange of English pieces:
a 3 meter Chesterfield, a sumptuous18th century wardrobe latticed with walnut,
in the foreground a 17th century marble platter and to the left an early 19th century canvas.
Two Tunisian lidded pots placed on an 18th century Italian sacristy dresser,
in the background showcases with metal doors from a museum in the South of France.
In the entrance to the showrooms, an assortment of Italian armchairs
and paintings from the nineteen thirties in a decor inspired by St. Petersburg.
On the first floor, a drawing room, a group of early 18th century armchairs from Lyons,
upholstered with tapestries from Paris, on the back wall a complete sequence
of coloured engravings depicting the sea ports of the Island of Cuba.
Surrounding an industrial workbench a collection of armchairs from the nineteen forties,
on the walls a series of painted panels representing allegorical figures from a Roman palace.