This piece represents the very best in fine cabinet making. The open structure framing the drawer fronts was inspired by Japanese and Korean furniture design. The main timber is all from one walnut tree felled and seasoned in Shropshire. Such timber is difficult to source as the demand for English walnut makes it increasingly rare. As in all of Garry's work there is no compromise in the quality throughout. For example, the back is panelled and finished to match the drawer fronts so the buyer proudly uses it on an open landing where it can be seen on all sides from the stairs. The interior is made from oak and cedar-of-Lebanon with each drawer being made with hand-cut dovetails and individually fitted. It took over three hundred hours to make and this is reflected in the price.