|A framed ormolu fitting from the State Carriage of the Emperor Napoleon used at his Coronation, December 2, 1804.|
|The Entrance Hall of Mercer House, looking out the front doors to Monterey Square.|
|A George III mahogany linen press with flame-veneered oval panels. Some replacements are noted.|
|The Entrance Hall, with a view to the rear.|
|A pair of George III style carved giltwood torcheres, circa 1900.|
|A Regency inlaid mahogany and parcel-gilt side table, first quarter of the 19th century.|
|A Brussels tapestry, 18th century, woven with silk, wool, and metallic threads, depicting Diana and her nymphs bathing by a fountain. The bottom border is missing.|
|The Drawing Room.|
|A George I chinoiserie japanned cabinet, circa 1720, on a later George I style stand.|
Three Chinese sang-de-boeuf glazed porcelain vases, 19th century.
|A view into the Music Room and the Library beyond.|
|A pair of Regence fauteuils, circa 1730, upholstered in contemporary needlework.|
|Another view of the Music Room.|
|A Brussels tapestry, early 18th century, depicting a couple, perhaps Venus and Adonis, embracing with Cupid upholding a shield emblazoned with a heart. The bottom border is missing.|
|A William IV mahogany sideboard, Irish, circa 1835.|
|A pair of Regency giltwood torcheres with later circular painted tops.|
|The Blue Drawing Room.|
|A Louis XV ormolu-mounted Boulle marquetry bracket clock with conforming bracket, signed Laurent Dey, a master of the Paris Clockmaker's Guild.|
|A white statuary marble bust of Edward VII, English, dated 1906, by Walter Merrett.|
A green marble column, late 19th century.
|A view of the Dining Room.|
|A pair of paintings by Thomas Hudson, portraits of Mr. and Mrs. James Hilhouse of Cornwallis House, Clifton.|
|A Regency gilt-metal mounted Dining Room pedestal, circa 1815, in the manner of Thomas Hope.|
|A Regency mahogany dining table, first quarter 19th century, in two parts.|
|A set of eight George II style red-japanned and parcel-gilt dining chairs, modern.|
|A view of the Second Floor Hall.|
|A portrait of the Reverend Rhodes by Thomas Hudson.|
|A George III mahogany sofa, circa 1770.|
|A pair of carved polychrome and giltwood lamps in the Chinese taste.|
A pair of painted wood and tole pedestals.
A Louis XVI style painted and parcel-gilt mirror, continental, late 19th century.
|A view of the second floor room known as the Ballroom.|
|A pair of rococo style giltwood and composition pier mirrors, American, mid-19th century, 9 ft high.|
|A painted and gilt center table with a marble top, modern.|
|The Master Bedroom.|
|A continental turned beechwood stool, late 17th century, with a crewelwork cover.|
A carved walnut and parcel-gilt column lamp, part 17th century.
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