There is a set of quartetto tables of similar form at Leighton Hall, Lancashire, which are likely to have been supplied by Gillows circa 1810 (R. Edwards & M. Jourdain, Georgian Cabinet Makers, rev. ed., London, 1955, p. 221, fig. 193). Leighton Hall was bought by Richard Gillow in 1822 from his cousin, Thomas Worswick.
A similar set of four tables was sold anonymously, Christie's London, 4 June 2009, lot 136 (£21,250). Other similar sets of five tables were sold anonymously, Christie's, London, 1 July 2004, lot 43; 4 October 2001, lot 116, and 17 November 1983. The latter had formed part of a group of furniture supplied to Gillows to William Senhouse in the West Indies. A further set of five tables of this pattern was sold by the late Mrs. D.W. Priston, Christie's, London, 20 June 1974, lot 89.