Georgian Eight Door Mahogany Bookcase
Georgian Eight Door Mahogany Bookcase
Georgian Eight Door Mahogany Bookcase
Georgian Eight Door Mahogany Bookcase

Attributed to GILLOWS OF LANCASTER & LONDON (worked 1730-1903)

Georgian Eight Door Mahogany Bookcase

c. 1825 England

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An Important Mahogany Library Bookcase Firmly Attributed to Gillows

Of outstanding quality; of breakfront form, rising from a plinth base; the lower part with four pairs of lockable fielded panel blind doors dressed with rectangular fielded panel reserves, having foliate carving to the angles, and enclosing shelved interiors, all separated by vertical stiles with swept and carved corbels; over, four pairs of conforming glazed lockable doors, with the middle section have wonderful fitted drawers and the outer sections with adjustable shelves, separated by fluted stiles with carved capitols; over, the ogee cornice has the facia having gilt numbering 'XX', 'XXI', 'XXII' and XXIII'; the piece stamped by the retailer 'James Winter & Son, 101 Wardour Street Soho London'.
Circa 1825.

The 'Dictionary of English Furniture Makers 1690-1840' edited by Christopher Gilbert and Geoffrey Beard, and published by the Furniture History Society in 1986 lists Winter as working as a furniture broker in Wardour Street from 1823 until 1840, although the company ceased to trade in 1870.
Height 303.00 cm (119.29 inches)
Width 490.00 cm (192.91 inches)
Depth 52.00 cm (20.47 inches)
Stock Code
mahogany, glass

154 Kensington Church Street
W8 4BN

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