"Alice and the White Rabbit" is made of two units, one horizontal and one vertical, which can be used straight or turned through 180° (just turn the base round). The streaked American walnut effect is clearly traditional. The same concept is
carried through by the refined execution and the maniacal care to detail, but never extreme or ostentatious. Is it totally conventional? Obviously it's not: behind the glass door, an irregular space, covered by a mirror-plate, reflects the objects inside
like a kaleidoscope.