A quality piece of Art Deco furniture by the esteemed Waring and Gillow Company. Gillow’s of Lancaster was founded by Robert Gillow during the 1730’s, who from the beginning produced luxury furniture. In 1932 the firm was registered as Waring and Gillow, and produced furniture for the royal yacht Victoria and Albert and Cunards’s Queen Mary, (1936), Queen Elizabeth (1940).

Furniture was always made to the highest specifications and this piece is no exception. The walnut veneers throughout are used beautifully, especially on the top of the curved ends and the subtle veneer detailing above the cupboards and drawers. The curved side cupboards open to reveal two shelves and two good size central drawers, one with a brand new baize lining for cutlery. An elegant piece of Art Deco furniture, that would sit equally well in a hallway or dining room.

This item comes in excellent condition having just been restored.


Height = 78 cm (30.7″) Width = 153 cm (60.2″) Depth = 54 cm (21.3″)