Large George IV Mahogany Dining Table by M. Willson, London
REF: 29658 / LA337579
Circa 1830, late George IV mahogany dining table, with 5 additional leaves. With solid, figured mahogany top and leaves, secured by cast brass clips, over a simple frieze. Unusually, the 2 D-ends pull out when placing the additional leaves, and the rails beneath stamped with makers name of M. Willson, 68 Great Queen Street. Standing on 6 classic Georgian turned, fluted and tapering legs, finishing on a large brass cup and castors. Size 72 cm high x 156 cm wide (minimum) x 392 cm wide (maximum – all leaves) x 168 cm deep. M. Willson could refer to either Mary Wilson & Son or her son (who took over the business in 1838), Matthew Wilson/Willson. Mary Willson was married to Thomas Willson who operated as a furniture broker (and cabinet maker) in the late 18th- and early 19th-century. They operated from 68 Great Queen Street, London.
Georgian Antiques has clarified that the Large George IV Mahogany Dining Table by M. Willson, London (LA337579) is genuinely of the period declared with the date/period of manufacture being Circa 1830
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