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One of a set believed to date from the end of the 18th century and attributed to Mack Williams and Gibton. However, the chairs could be earlier, made perhaps when John Mack was still working by himself (until 1801). They all bear a peer’s coronet so certainly belong to some date after Archbishop Robinson was created first Baron Rokeby in 1777. Perhaps the commission for them came from his third-cousin Matthew Robinson-Morris who succeeded to the title in 1794?

An Irish mahogany chair in the entrance hall of Rokeby, County Louth. The house…

Kelmscott Manor took a very nice tour here some years ago.  LOVE William Morris designs

The Best Chamber of the 1665 parlour wing at Kelmscott Manor was hung with Brussels tapestries in the century. The room was used by the Morrises as their sitting room.

Sitting room in Kelmscott, home of William Morris. Room dates to the 1660's, the panelling is early 1700's and morris added the Turkish tiles around the fireplace in the late 1800's.

William Morris's country house in the Cotswolds - Turlish tiles around the fireplace and blue chairs in the white panelled sitting room at Kelmscott Manor, Kelmscott, Lechlade, Gloucestershire

AN IRISH GEORGE IV PERIOD MAHOGANY SECRETAIRE BOOKCASE,  the top with two diamond glazed doors, within rope moulded pilasters, on a base with a drop front frieze drawer, enclosing an arrangement of nine drawers and pigeon holes, the brass lock stamped Morris of Dublin and two conforming doors below, the lock also stamped Morris of Dublin and enclosing two slides and flanked with tapering spiral reeded pilasters, on ring turned legs, 95in (242cm)h x 46.5 (119cm). (1)

AN IRISH GEORGE IV PERIOD MAHOGANY SECRETAIRE BOOKCASE, the top with two diamond glazed doors, within rope moulded pilasters, on a base with a drop front frieze drawer, enclosing an arrangement of nine drawers and pigeon holes, the brass lock stamped Morris of Dublin and two conforming doors below, the lock also stamped Morris of Dublin and enclosing two slides and flanked with tapering spiral reeded pilasters, on ring turned legs, 95in (242cm)h x 46.5 (119cm). (1)

A WILLIAM IV PERIOD IRISH MAHOGANY SERVING OR SIDE TABLE, the oblong top with a gadroon edge, above a plain freize, raised on heavy leaf carved cabriole legs, each headed with a rosette and terminating in lion paw feet, and paneled pilaster supports, on block feet, 36" (91cm)h x 88" (223cm).

A WILLIAM IV PERIOD IRISH MAHOGANY SERVING OR SIDE TABLE, the oblong top with a gadroon edge, above a plain freize, raised on heavy leaf carved cabriole legs, each headed with a rosette and terminating in lion paw feet, and paneled pilaster supports, on block feet, 36" (91cm)h x 88" (223cm).

Irish 19th century mahogany serving table / side table with plain top above moulded frieze surmounted by super structure consisting of pediment centered by coat of arms and lion head, which represents valour. Raised on lion monopodia. Solid back and base. Circa 1830.  Measurements: 72.5″w x 26″d x 38″ shelf height; 52″o.a.h.

For Sale on - William IV mahogany serving table with a pediment back and monopodia legs. The pediment back carved with a coat of arms, lion's head, columns and scrolls

A FINE IRISH ROSEWOOD BOOK TROUGH, c.1830, stamped 'Williams & Gibton, 14131', with spindled turn

A FINE IRISH ROSEWOOD BOOK TROUGH, c.1830, stamped 'Williams & Gibton, 14131', with spindled turn

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