Williams and Gibton Library table

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Williams and Gibton Library table

23,000.00

A Williams and Gibton Rosewood library table. The table which has a beautiful rose wood top and two deep side drawers with blank drawer fronts opposite with turned knobs. The top is mounted on carved legs with scrolled feet in typical William IV style stamped with the makers ‘Williams & Gibton’.

Dimensions: Length 59.75 inches X Width 32.25 inches x Height 29.5 inches

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A Williams and Gibton Rosewood library table. The table which has a beautiful rose wood top and two deep side drawers with blank drawer fronts opposite with turned knobs. The top is mounted on carved legs with scrolled feet in typical William IV style stamped with the makers ‘Williams & Gibton’.

 Williams and Gibton (1830-44) evolved from the cabinet makers of Mack, Williams and Gibton (1811-29). The company, based in Dublin were appointed Upholsters & Cabinet Makers to his Majesty, His Excellency and Lord Lieutenant and His Majesty's Board of Works in 1806. They produced fine items of furniture for many Irish public buildings and were also commissioned to carry ort work for several of Irelands important country houses.

 The use of Rosewood was popular amongst furniture makers of this period. In the Eighteenth century it was imported from India but during the nineteenth century
more commonly imported from Brazil.