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Waring & Gillow Georgian style walnut display
© GARDINER HOULGATE AUCTION ROOMS, Corsham, Wiltshire, UK

Waring & Gillow Georgian style walnut display cabinet on stand, 28" wide x 60" high; together with a similar Waring & Gillow walnut bureau, 32" wide x...

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