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Gillows of Lancaster & London
Antique 19th Century United Kingdom Regency Chairs
An interesting pair of very much in the style of Gillows with reeded legs and a slender waisted back capped with a foliate cresting.
Antique 18th Century and Earlier England Side Tables
Each rounded rectangular top on square legs joined by H-stretchers, of very good color and construction. These tables although late 18th century have a simple modern contemporary fee...
Antique 19th Century United Kingdom Regency Dining Room Chairs
Beech, Rosewood, Cane, Brass
The deeply curved crest rails with carved palmettes to the sides anchored by brass inlay of trailing anthemion (honeysuckle). The seat caned and now with flat squab cushions above cu...
Antique 19th Century England Office Chairs and Desk Chairs
A development of the Morgan and Sanders chair this is of slightly later provincial manufacture. A good quality piece retaining the original felt lining to the four steps.
Antique Early 18th Century England Desks and Writing Tables
Diminutive walnut kneehole desks of this age and condition are extremely rare. This piece has a matched quartered veneered top above a long drawer over two three drawer pedestals cen...
Antique Early 18th Century England Commodes and Chests of Drawers
An exceptional bachelors chest of magnificent color and patination. The top quarter veneered in the finest burr walnut opening to a green velvet lining and revealing a lockable panel...
Antique Early 18th Century England Corner Cupboards
A good quality cupboard in two sections with fine matched and highly figured walnut veneers. Each section opening to heart shaped shelves and the whole standing on tall bracket feet....
Antique Early 18th Century England Sofa Tables
Standing on elegant tapering legs with a slight cabriole and pad feet this table has the most unusual feature of a lockable lift-up top for the storage of valuables. The top is venee...
Antique Late 18th Century England Side Tables
Of rare two-tiered construction with a very desirable “cheese-top” upper-section of a remarkable 3inch thickness. The turner who made this table created an extraordinarily elegant ta...