Contents of the Dining Room of Plas Nannau Hall in 1926
Fireplace – A carved Marble Mantel, an Iron Well grate and an ashes front.
An oil painting bin Gilt frame – R.W. Vaughan Esq. in Scholar’s Gown. Victorian period. 3ft x 2ft 3 inches.
Eight Chinese Chippendale elbow chairs in mahogany with cross trellis backs and sides, upholstered in velvet with loose cretonne covers.
A carved oak court cupboard, the lower part enclosed by a pair of folding panel doors surmounted by a shelf and two compartments each enclosed by a centre panel and two folding panel doors, a canopy top with two ornamental knobs.
A pair of silver mounted horns and hoofs of the white ox, a baron of which was roasted at Nannau 25/6/1824, standing on an oak base and surmounted by three candelabra.
An old oak refectory table on four supports with side rail stretchers, 6ft 9inches.