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A fantastic antique cabinet. Stamped to the drawer edge 'Gillows of Lancaster'. In 1728 Robert Gillow began trading in Lancaster as a joiner, builder, house carpenter, and furniture maker. This example dated from the Victorian period before 1903 when Gillows merged with Warings of Liverpool to create Waring and Gillow. It has a stunning flame mahogany veneer to the front and brass edge to the door. The doors open to reveal a bank of four drawers with brass handles. The simple design to the front is very classical and would suit any modern home. The marble to the top is grey with a white vein running through it. A sign of quality and craftsmanship, the back is panelled too. A stunning piece of furniture, made by a quality maker and perfect to incorporate into a modern interior  for storage and to enjoy.


Trim to top right hand side is missing. No key. Two historic holes to marble top.Shows signs of wear and tear as it is old and has been used, but only adds to its character. Great decorative item which would look fantastic in any home or business interior.

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110 cm width, 47 cm depth, 80 cm height

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Antique 19th Century Gillows of Lancaster Mahogany Marble Topped Cabinet Dawers

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