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The cabinet-maker Thomas Willson established a furniture broking business at 68 Great Queen Street in 1818, and his wife Mary's brand of M.Willson appears to have been adopted from 1821. From 1830 the firm traded as Mary Willson and Son, and from 1838 it was carried on by Matthew Wilson. Gillows were reputed to supply M. Wilson as well as their own retail outlet in London, stamping pieces as appropriate.
|Height||35.00 inch||(88.90 cm)|
|Width||23.50 inch||(59.69 cm)|
|Depth||26.00 inch||(66.04 cm)|