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A set of quartetto tables, each on slender turned baluster lees joined by turned stretchers, the rectangular tops veneered and crossbanded in different specimen woods, the smallest inset with a chessboard, 19th Century, restorations, the largest 23in. (58.5cm) wide

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A set of quartetto tables, each on slender turned baluster lees joined by turned stretchers, the rectangular tops veneered and crossbanded in different specimen woods, the smallest inset with a chessboard, 19th Century, restorations, the largest 23in. (58.5cm) wide
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This set of tables is of unusual design with three tiers of baluster stretchers uniting the legs, it is based on a similar set at Leighton Hall, Lancashire, a house owned by Richard Gillow and containing several pieces of furniture which can be assigned to his company Gillows of Lancaster (See: Ralph Edwards, The Shorter Dictionary of English Furniture, Country Life, 1983, London, p.575, fig.2.1)
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