Contents of the Drawing Room of Plas Nannau Hall in 1926
A carved oak fireplace 7ft a tiled hearth and a Norton Stove.
Five brass cornice poles, rings and brackets.
Five pairs of brown poplin curtains with blue serge linings.
Oil painting in gilt frame – of a lady with lamb and basket of flowers, 4ft x 3ft 3 inches.
Oil painting in gilt frame – of two children with a lamb, 4ft x 3ft 9 inches.
A convex mirror in a circular gilt frame with superimposed eagle and a pair of candle holders and an under ornament.
A crocodile grained blotting case with an embossed silver cover.
A black and gilt japanned vase with three decorative panel scenes supporting three electric lights and a paper shade.
An ebonised and gilt carved decorative cabinet, 2ft 7 inches x 1ft 6 inches x 2ft 4 inches, enclosed by a pair of folding doors with floral decorative backs fitted ten drawers ditto and a centre enclosed compartment with eight drawers, two locks and a key, standing on a carved frame with four supports.
A silk embroidered coat of arms on a blue back ground in a stand with a plush rest, 2ft 3 inches x 1ft 11 inches.
A Chinese lacquered corner cupboard fitted four shelves enclosed by two folding doors, under drawer and an enclosed under cupboard, 3ft x 6ft 9 inches high.
A bordered Indian carpet with fringed ends and designed with birds, dragons and foliage 31ft 9 inches x 14ft.