A George IV mahogany flower stand, attributed to Gillows, th...





A George IV mahogany flower stand, attributed to Gillows, the rectangular top with flared sides and well, plain frieze with bead-and-reel moulding, on baluster pillar, the lower section of triple cluster column form, tripod with pad feet, 78cm h; 38 x 50cm

Flower stands or tables of this form, c1820-30, are safely attributed to Gillows because of their similarity to several flower stands featured in the firm's Estimate Sketch Book during this period. The pair with beaded serpentine tops are illustrated Stuart (Susan E) - Gillows of Lancaster and London 1730-1840, 2008, vol II, plate 644

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Minor old stains and scratches. One or two old chips to flared sides but good unrestored condition and structurally sound. Lid replacement

Auction Date: 12th Apr 2022 at 10am

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