MACK, WILLIAMS AND GIBTON

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The firm of Mack, Williams and Gibton was formed around 1812 and flourished until the death of John Mack in 1829. The firm is famed for its use of finest timber and its quality of workmanship is comparable to the Lancastrian firm of Gillows.

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MACK, WILLIAMS AND GIBTON (1812-1829)
Large And Exceptional Quality Irish Regency Mahogany Three Pedestal Dining Table
Antique three pedestal dining table made of huge sheets of really fine quality Cuban mahogany. This table has it all, excellent colour and patinati...
£58000
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MACK, WILLIAMS AND GIBTON (1812-1829)
Late Regency Irish mahogany Hall Bench. Probably by Mack, Williams & Gibton or ...
Late Regency Irish mahogany Hall Bench. Probably by Mack, Williams & Gibton or Strahan of Dublin. Circa 1825.
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Anthony James & Son Ltd
MACK, WILLIAMS AND GIBTON (1812-1829)
Library table
The rectangular moulded edge top with leather insert on carved gadrooned rectangular end supports and rectangular platforms with carved lion paw feet.
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MACK, WILLIAMS AND GIBTON (1812-1829)
The Rochfort Family Clogrennan Hall Benches
The Clogrennan Hall Seats Very rare pair of antique Irish benches made of dense grained Cuban mahogany. They are very well drawn with waisted ba...
£85000
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