This large white cabbage leaf soup tureen sits on a French Empire table the white veins in the marble top just showing..............
Still on the theme of the Wild Boar, in this case the recumbent boar is the lid. Surrounded by oak leaves, which are again used to adorn the handles of the base.
Shown here on a mid 18th century marquetry commode by Guillaume Schwingkens circa 1750
This life size sculpture of a male Capercaillie is also a terrine, the upper part of the bird lifts off to reveal the inside of the terrine.
This wonderful pair of 'Hare Terrines" were photographed on a large empire commode in front of a set of late 17th century black and white engravings.
This strong terracotta bull stands on an early 19th century French mahogany desk in front of an early 18th century Felletin Verdure Tapestry.
Willow in front of our Dubois Commode lying in the morning sun.....................more soon