A George II mahogany side or writing table attributed to William Wilson

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A George II mahogany side or writing table attributed to William Wilson

The rectangular moulded edge top above a frieze drawer, on square section legs joined by a concave undertier, on castors, 56cm wide, 48.5cm wide, 73cm high.

Dimensions & Details
Height: 73
Material: Wood
Width: 56
Depth: 48.5
Period: George II
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 A closely related pair of tables labelled William Wilson and formerly with Apter Fredericks are illustrated in C.Gilbert, Pictorial Dictionary of Marked London Furniture, 1700-1840, Leeds, 1996, p.493, No.1015. Little is known of William Wilson beyond his recorded label on the above mentioned tables, which record him as a Cabinet-Maker at No.8 Ave Maria Lane, Ludgate Street, London. He is also mentioned in the Gentleman's Magazine recording that he was Clerk of St Martin's Ludgate and died in 1788.

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