A Large Mahogany Extending Dining Table
This magnificent extending dining table in solid Mahogany is executed with six moulded leaves, and can be reduced to two console tables, connected with two telescope extending mechanism.
The moulded edge top, with in the lower part beaded frieze, is raised on reeded, tapering legs in solid Mahogany with brass cap castors. All six solid Mahogany leaves are connected with brass table clamps.
A very elegant, finely elaborated dining table, which you can find in England’s mansions and castles.
Gillows of Lancaster and London, also known as Gillow & Co., was an English furniture maker, founded by Robert Gillow (1704 – 1772) in about 1730 and was based in Lancaster, Lancashire, and in London. The name “Gillows” stood for the highest quality and was referred to by Janes Austin, Thackeray and the first Lord Lytton in one of Gilbert and Sullivan’s comic operas.