A stunning small occasional table attributed firmly to renowned maker Gillows. Having a rectangular Burr Oak top with a moulded edge and shaped frieze with carved shell and rosette decoration. Raised on a turned tapering column and terminating in acanthus carved scrolled feet. Retaining the original finish with rich colour, superb quality throughout. English, Circa 1825.
Dimensions: Height: 73.75 cm - 29 Inches, Width: 45.75 cm - 18 Inches, Depth: 35.5 cm - 14 Inches
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Gillows of Lancaster & London was one of the most prestigious furniture makers in England throughout the 18th and 19th century, importing and working with only the finest quality timbers and craftsman.
Pieces of Gillows furniture can now be seen in museums in London and Leeds as well as a collection in the Gillows Museum in Lancaster and Tatton Park.