John Lloyd Wynne of Coed Coch, north Wales, employed the architect Henry Hakewill to build his villa in Denbighshire and by 1806 had chosen Gillows to furnish his house. In 1807 he paid Gillows £1,000 and by May 1808 he paid a further £800. This table, whilst from an earlier 'French' rococo age of the mid-18th century, rather than the cool Grecian manner favoured by Wynne in the early years of the 19th century, was included in the 'Coed Coch' room at the Museum of Welsh Life, St Fagan's Castle, Cardiff prior to the sale of the table and other furnishings at Christie's in 1996. John Lloyd Wynne's Gillows commission is discussed by James Peill in Christie's Magazine, April 1996, pp. 46-47.