A Regency rosewood, ebonised and parcel-gilt library writing table
attributed to Gillows
The rectangular D-end brass-mounted top with a replaced tooled leather writing surface, the frieze with two pairs of opposing drawers and bead-moulded panelled ends above a bead-and-reel moulding, the four leopard ebonised and parcel gilt with anthemion motifs to the knees, on paw feet headed by geometric collars, with a concave-sided plinth outlined with further bead-and-reel mouldings, with a label to one drawer for The British Antique Dealers Association Art Treasures Exhibition, Bath, 1958, and numbered item 146., 168cm wide, 114cm deep, 81cm high (66" wide, 44.5" deep, 31.5" high).
English Furniture and Works of Art
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