Gillows Imperial Patent Mahogany Dining Table

Gillows Imperial Patent Mahogany Dining Table

Gillows Imperial Patent Mahogany Dining Table

Circa 1810
A superior quality extending mahogany dining table firmly attributed to Gillows and conforming precisely to a design in the Lancashire pattern books dated 1804. The reeded-edge top consisting of two hinged ends attached to short beds which join together to form a Pembroke-type table when all of the leaves are removed. The original and complete set of two narrow and two wider leaves are interchangeable and sit on the telescoping bed which is raised on elegant turned and reeded legs with brass castors. The four legs at each corner are fixed and the two central legs screw in when the table is extended.

Ref: Gillows of Lancaster and London, 1730‑1840, by Susan Stuart, p. 242, pl.241: In identically designed table made for Broughton Hall in 1813, supplied by Gillows.
H 28.00inch (71.12 cm)
W 103.50inch (262.89 cm)
D 42.00inch (106.68 cm)

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