The cabinet contains two drawers, each with original brass beehive furniture. The top section has been subdivided as an organiser with removable compartments. The glazed lid, allows the materials stored in this section to always be visible, even when closed.
Reeves and Sons were established by William Reeves in 1766. The London-based Reeves, is credited to have invented the soluble watercolour.
Dimensions are approximate.
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