Early 19th Century Regency Rosewood Library Centre Table in the manner of Gillows - Yeats Country Antiques - One of Ireland's Leading Antique Dealers
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Early 19th Century Regency Rosewood Library Centre Table in the manner of Gillows
Early 19th Century Regency Rosewood Library Centre Table in the manner of Gillows
Early 19th Century Regency Rosewood Library Centre Table in the manner of Gillows
Early 19th Century Regency Rosewood Library Centre Table in the manner of Gillows
Early 19th Century Regency Rosewood Library Centre Table in the manner of Gillows

Early 19th Century Regency Rosewood Library Centre Table in the manner of Gillows

4,950.00
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A very fine early 19th Century Regency rosewood library centre table in the manner of Gillows of Lancaster and London. The well figured top of rectangular form with rounded corners and moulded edge, above shallow frieze with beading raised over finely carved turned and gadrooned end supports with conjoining ring turned cross stretcher above shaped plinth base with foliate, bead and scroll detail terminating on lion paw foot.

Gillows of Lancaster and London
Gillows were renowned for making some of the finest mahogany furniture in England in the early 18th century. Based originally in Lancashire they opened a branch in Oxford Street, London in 1769 and quickly established a thriving business. The company had dealings with the West Indies and the imported mahogany which allowed them to produce items made of the best timber.   As well as a broad metropolitan client base Gillows was also successful in supplying a great amount of furniture to a variety of northern country houses such as a considerable commission in Cheshire for the Marquess (later Duke) of Westminster at Eaton Hall as well as to the Egertons at Tatton Park.  Pieces of Gillow furniture can now be seen in museums in London, Leeds, Adelaide, Melbourne, and Auckland, as well as a collection in the Gillow Museum in the Judges' Lodgings, Lancaster.   The furniture can also be seen in houses open to the public such as Tatton Park, Temple Newsam House and Lotherton Hall as part of the decorative arts collections. 

Dimensions: 
H: 27.75 in / 70.5 cm     W: 60 in / 152 cm     D: 28.25 in / 71.7 cm

Stock Reference No: A2286

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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