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  • A VERY FINE REGENCY BOOKCASE ATTRIBUTED TO WILLIAMS AND GIBTON - REF No. 4009
  • A VERY FINE REGENCY BOOKCASE ATTRIBUTED TO WILLIAMS AND GIBTON - REF No. 4009
  • A VERY FINE REGENCY BOOKCASE ATTRIBUTED TO WILLIAMS AND GIBTON - REF No. 4009
  • A VERY FINE REGENCY BOOKCASE ATTRIBUTED TO WILLIAMS AND GIBTON - REF No. 4009
  • A VERY FINE REGENCY BOOKCASE ATTRIBUTED TO WILLIAMS AND GIBTON - REF No. 4009
  • A VERY FINE REGENCY BOOKCASE ATTRIBUTED TO WILLIAMS AND GIBTON - REF No. 4009
  • A VERY FINE REGENCY BOOKCASE ATTRIBUTED TO WILLIAMS AND GIBTON - REF No. 4009

A VERY FINE REGENCY BOOKCASE ATTRIBUTED TO WILLIAMS AND GIBTON - REF No. 4009

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H: 31 in / 78 cm ; W: 26 in / 66 cm ; D: 15 in / 38 cm

A stunning Irish Regency rosewood free standing bookcase attributed to Williams & Gibton of Dublin, the single frieze drawer above two shelves between ring turned uprights with spindle ends on its original castors.

Circa 1828

Irish

Literature:

Williams and Gibton, active between 1830 and 1844, evolved firm the earlier Dublin firm of Mack, Williams and Gibton of 39 Stafford street Dublin, who were recorded as `Upholders to....His Majesty`s Board of work`. Some early pieces exist with atrade label of Mack, Williams and Gibton including a Regency rosewood writing table illustrated in Claxton-Stevens and Whittington, Eighteen Century English Furniturein the Norman Adams Collection, London, 1983, p. 169. Stamped furniture of a slightly later date is less rare ( The Knight of Glin, Dublin Directories and Trade Labels, Furniture History, 1985, p. 270).

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