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Tony Wilkinson has been trading in antiques for over forty years, and is now Petworth's longest established period furniture dealer.
The main stock for trade and retail is high quality formal furniture, with a small amount of decorative and country pieces if something has that extra appeal.
In the shop you will always find the best in 18th and early 19th century mahogany, rosewood and walnut furniture, with great emphasis on colour and originality.
The furniture is also complemented with a selection of mirrors, pictures, boxes and collectable items, to suit all pockets. Each item is clearly priced and described in detail, and as a member of the British Antique Dealers Association you could not get a better guarantee, that each item is as described.
Visit us in Petworth’s main square or browse our site. We ship to all parts of the world by road, sea or air.
I am so pleased to offer this wonderful large scale Regency circular centre or dining table of a size one rarely encounters. This table has just emerged from a period water front property at Dell Quay near Chichester, and has not been on the market for many years.
The quality of this rosewood table would suggest a cabinet maker such as Gillows of Lancaster, who produced some of the finest workmanship, and sourced the very best timber for each piece. The gadrooned five and a half foot top is supported on a solid carved rosewood column and tricorn base, fitted with the original brass castors. Circa 1830. So often the columns of these tables are faux rosewood to save money in construction, but not here where no expense has been spared. The colour and patina is as good as it gets, and if only one could find more of these increasingly rare untouched pieces life would be a lot easier.