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Late 19th Century English Gillows Walnut & Amboyna 3 Door Credenza

Product Description

A Superb Quality Walnut & Amboyna 3 Door Credenza by the Famous English Furniture makers Gillows & Co. This Credenza is not only a beautiful piece of furniture, but also a great investment!

Stamped "Gillows & Co.  8482" 

The stunning Credenza has all over Ebon detail, intricate carving decoration and Gilt highlights. Breakfront Cabinet with a Central Glass Door showing the red velvet lined 3 display shelves interior, flanked either side by decorative cupboard doors with hand-painted central panels.

Dimensions; H 101 X L 148 X D 41 cm

Gillows of Lancaster (England) furniture

Gillow & Company were an English furniture company, founded by Robert Gillow (1704-72) in Lancaster about 1727. Robert's younger son, also named Robert, (1745-1795) established a branch of the business in Oxford Street, London around 1769. In 1813 the firm was taken over by a partnership of Redmayne, Whiteside and Ferguson but continued to trade under the Gillow name. 
During the nineteenth century, Gillows became the leading manufacturers of furniture for the rising middle and upper class market due to the quality of the materials used and craftsmanship in manufacture. For major clients it was supplying complete interior decorating schemes including metalwork, stained glass, wallpapers and the whole range of upholstery and soft furnishings as well as furniture.
The company encountered financial difficulties towards the end of the 19th Century. In 1903, Waring took over Gillows, and Waring & Gillow was established, marking the end of the Gillow name as a benchmark for quality.

Gillow furniture is keenly sought by enthusiasts, not only because of its fine quality, but because many of the pieces they manufactured were signed with the Gillows name. The Gillow orders and designs were recorded in the "Estimate Sketch Books" which are preserved in the City of Westminster archives enabling historians and collectors to establish a provenance, the who and when, of some pieces that come onto the market.

$16,500.00
Maximum quantity available reached.

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