Arrangement of shot ducks, fruits and vegetables, baskets, buckets, jars and a barrel, arranged around a table and the ground with draping hessian. Background shows wooden panels from which an axe and dried flowers hang. The initials TRW are drawn on the barrel in white. Inscription on the back reads TR WILLIAMS, 'SCENES IN OUR LARDER'.
Handcoloured plates, scene similar to T.R. William's 'Scenes in our larder'. Recently shot ducks, with vegetables, baskets, bottles, jar and barrel arranged over a wooden table and the ground, with draping hessian. Barrel has the initials TRW drawn on in white. Background of wooden panels with hanging axe, dried flowers and jar. Backing shows label of Carpenter & Westley Opticians and written initials in ink TRW
Gossamer Hepplewhite, unsuccessful suitor to the widowed Aunt Hepsiba Fluesnoot. Hepplewhite was successful, however in making Aunt Hepsiba a cover for her damaged foot after the badger mauling. (caption authored by Fritz die Spinne, and is pure fiction)