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Specimen Games Table Attributed to Gillows
- This magnificent table includes one of the rarest English Blue John and fossil marble tops ever made
- Gillows of Lancaster and London is likely to have crafted this stunning table
- Gillows furniture is found in royal collections and museums throughout the world
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Gillows furniture is found in royal collections and museums throughout the world. Robert Gillow rose from humble beginnings as a joiner and evolved into a consummate businessman. After founding his business in 1730, he expanded his cabinetmaking activities to include direct import of quality West Indian timbers, especially fine mahogany. His talents as both a cabinetmaker and an innovative designer brought him early success, and his sons Richard and Robert joined the business. His furniture gained a reputation for excellent craftsmanship and materials. This, coupled with his insistence on being at the cutting edge of design, kept the company at the forefront of cabinetmaking throughout its incredibly long history. The powerful elegance, exquisite design, construction and exceptional rarity of this museum-quality table cannot be overstated, and it truly embodies the finest of Gillows' furnishings.
25 1/4" wide x 25 1/4" deep x 29 1/2" high