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Enquiry from Online Galleries regarding "An extremely fine pair of breakfront cabinets, by Gillows of Lancaster."
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Stamped on the top edge of the doors, Gillows & Co. 9348.
Both the stamp and the number are consistent with the production date c.1880. The backs of the carcases are stamped J. Davison
The Red Cedar panels and bands in the pair of cabinets are from the red cedar tree which stood in the church grounds at Osberton Hall .The tree was blown down in about 1860.
|Height||50.75 inch||(128.90 cm)|
|Width||67.75 inch||(172.08 cm)|
|Depth||18.50 inch||(46.99 cm)|