Stamped: W. Williamson & Sons, Guildford.
Bow fronted form, constructed from mahogany - featuring four curving, graduated drawers with decorative drop handles, flanked with rope twisted side columns, resting on carved paw - front feet. The bowfront top displaying brass and greek key inlays.
About Maker: A number of pieces of fine quality have been noted with the impressed stamp of William Williamson & Sons, Guilford, Surrey. Most examples are in George III or Regency form. The firm were based at Black Horse Lane from 1790-96 and Chapel Street from 1822-1840. See 'Dictionary of English Furniture Makers 1660-1840', Edited by Beard and Gilbert, 1986, p.983
Good period condition with signs of use commensurate for age. Notably marks from use to the top, a few splits to the side panels and minor bowing to the back - rear view only.
H: 35.25 Inches
W: 40 Inches
D: 22.25 Inches
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