A George IV rosewood Library Table firmly attributed to Gillows. The well figured rectangular top with rounded corners and gadrooned edge, above a narrow frieze with a split bead moulding, the front concealing two mahogany lined drawers. The turned end supports with reeded and fluted decoration on plinth bases ending in turned reeded bun feet concealing heavy brass castors.
Height 29” (74cm)
Width 48” (122cm)
Depth 28” (71cm)
The drawings for the design of this table appear in the Gillows Estimate Sketch Book 1824.