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Early Regency William Wilkinson Mahogany Side Table Circa 1810
Early Regency William Wilkinson Mahogany Side Table Circa 1810
Early Regency William Wilkinson Mahogany Side Table Circa 1810
Early Regency William Wilkinson Mahogany Side Table Circa 1810
Early Regency William Wilkinson Mahogany Side Table Circa 1810
Early Regency William Wilkinson Mahogany Side Table Circa 1810
Early Regency William Wilkinson Mahogany Side Table Circa 1810

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Early Regency William Wilkinson Mahogany Side Table Circa 1810

£650.00

Very Rare & early Regency William Wilkinson mahogany side table circa 1810.

Stamped to inner mahogany lined drawer Wilkinson 14 Ludgate Hill.

An exceptional piece of furniture that is understated quality. New in at Brighton Showroom.

Wilkinson & Son were renowned for quality, fine quality cabinet making and beautiful design.

The firm of Wilkinson was established circa 1790 by William Wilkinson, working in partnership with a relation Thomas Wilkinson.

By 1808 William had established a business of his own at 14 Ludgate Hill. From this prime location in the heart of the City, Wilkinson built up a flourishing trade, winning significant commissions from such distinguished clients as the Goldsmith’s Company. A versatile designer and craftsman, Wilkinson worked in a variety of styles, producing furniture in the Egyptian, Rococo, and Grecian manner (see Christopher Gilbert and Geoffrey Beard eds., The Dictionary of English Furniture Makers 1660-1840, Leeds, 1986, pp. 977-978)

William Wilkinson was very successful going forward with his business. Some of his first furniture was stamped `WILKINSON LUDGATE HILL’.