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The foundations of Jamaican cabinet making were laid by an émigré Scot, Ralph Turnbull (b.1788), who began business in Kingston in 1815, and was later joined by his brothers Thomas & Cuthbert, and two brothers, relations by marriage, James and William Pitkin. All these cabinet makers employed local rich and rare woods in their work.
|Height||74.00 cm||(29.13 inches)|