Regency Mahogany Hunt Table

£14,500.00

Circa 1815

Regency Mahogany Hunt Table

Height: 29.5”, 75 cms / Width: 58”,147 cms / Depth: 28.75”<41.75”, 73<106 cms

 

No 11090

Regency mahogany hunt table, attributed to Gillows, with demi-lune top with a removable centre section revealing a brass cross bar to accommodate the brass decanter arm on casters and hinged flaps above a plain frieze, supported on tapering reeded legs terminating in brass cups and casters. These bear the inscription “LEWTY PATENT” under a crown. James Windeyer Lewty is recorded as a brass founder at 120 Lichfield Street, Birmingham in the early 19th century.

Circa 1815

Price: £14,500-00p.

Height: 29.5”, 75 cms / Width: 58”,147 cms / Depth: 28.75”<41.75”, 73<106 cms

Literature: “Furniture at Temple Newsam House and Lotherton Hall”, Christopher Gilbert, Vol II, Pages 376-377, Plate 494.

Hackwood Park, Christie’s sale catalogue, April 1998, Lot 162, page 144. This Hunt or Social table was made for the dining room and supplied by Gillows with the other dining room furniture in 1813.

A pair of these tables was made for Broughton Hall by Gillows in 1813.

 

Delivery in the UK mainland is included in the marked price.

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