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Pair of Grafton Armchairs made by Howard and Sons

07022019Antique Howard and Sons P Graftons 32d frame 29w frame 40d max 35h approx 13hs approx _1.JPG

Pair of antique armchairs made by Howard and Sons of London. This pair are the shape of Grafton chairs except with a P shaped arm. As can be seen in the photographs, one of these is plain back and one is button back. Howard chairs were available with plain back, button back, waisted back or the siege de duvet system. Included in the cost is full restoration to any of the above finishes. Siege de duvet is my favourite.

English circa 1900 £15800

Prov. Stamped Howard & Sons Berners Street.

07 18 02

Howard and Sons Leeds Sofa

070220191910 Antique Sofa by Howard and Sons 62 or 158cmw 20 or 51cmh 32 or 82cmh 36 or 91cmh _1.JPG

Antique sofa made by Howard and Sons, the Leeds or Burlington models are one of the only early sofas with the side rake and low aspect to match the Bridgewater chair family. This sofa is shown without its back cushions, the library photograhs show the same model with the build in cushions after restoration. This is a very comfortable sofa indeed.

English circa 1920 £12800

06 18 05

62" / 158cm wide
20" / 51cm high 
32" / 82cm high max
36" / 91cm deep

Antique Cabinet Made By Howard And Sons

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Very fine quality walnut cabinet made by Howard and Sons of Berners Street in London. This cabinet is of the highest quality construction as one would expect from this manufacturer. The dovetails are very precise and the drawer lining is such good quality hard wood that the drawer action is second to none. 

English circa 1880 £2,800

07 15 07

Howard and Sons, Berners Street, London

Length 63½" / 161cm
Height 37" / 94cm
Depth 17" / 43cm

Howard and Sons Lawson Sofa

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Unusually small Lawson model upholstered sofa by Howard and Sons of London.

English circa 1910 £9800
(including all the restoration except fabric)

10 18 05

Howard and Sons Bridgewater Armchair

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Howard and Sons Bridgewater armchair standing on turned front legs.
English circa 1900.

£6,800 including restoration (ex fabric).

08 18 08

27½" wide at frame above legs
29" deep at frame above legs
29" wide at arms
34" high approx
36" deep approx

Very Large Nineteenth Century Regency Mahogany Library Table

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Very large nineteenth century Regency mahogany library table. This library table is almost nine feet wide. It has drawers both sides, it has an old green leather top and stands on turned and reeded legs. The casters are especially fun as they are slightly larger than normal and have spoke wheels a little like an early Bugatti alloy wheel.

English circa 1825 £6800

SORNL001

128cm / 50½" deep
273cm / 107½" wide
79cm / 31" high

Early 19th Century Regency Mahogany Antique Wine Cooler

010220191825 Regency Wine Cooler 23h 19d 31½w 12.JPG

This wine cooler is said to be of sarcophagus form which, along with the animal feet, shows the influence of classical Greek and Roman designs on the decorative arts at the time. The recent excavations in Greece and Pompeii also influenced designs of the times. This wine cooler is made of really good selections of mahogany with good 'flame' grain pattern and will look even better when our restorers have given it a good beeswax.

English circa 1825 £2800

SORDC001

59cm / 23" high
48cm / 19" deep
80cm / 31½" wide

Set of Eight Regency Mahogany Antique Dining Chairs (with two similar extra free)

310120191820 Regency mahogany set of 8 and 2 chairs carver 21w 22d 33½h singles 20w 21d 33½h 17½hs two singles 19w 20d 31½h 17hs _11.JPG

Set of ten Regency mahogany antique dining tables, this set comprises a true set of eight chairs made of six singles and two carvers. There are also another two singles that are similar. These chairs are the classic Regency design with turned front legs, flame mahogany on the back rest and rope twist bar. Always a favourite here, there is some close reeding around the front of the back uprights, the front and tops of the arms and around the edge of the seat. The arms of the carvers are especially well drawn.

English circa 1810 £6500

07 18 05

Carvers
53.5cm / 21" wide
56cm / 22" deep
85cm / 33½" high

Singles
51cm / 20" wide
53.5cm / 21" deep
85cm / 33½" high
45.5cm / 17½" high seat

Two other singles
48cm / 19" wide
51cm / 20" deep
80cm / 31½" high
43cm / 17" high seat

Set of Ten Regency Mahogany Antique Dining Chairs (6+2)+2

310120191820 Regency mahogany set of 8 and 2 chairs carver 21w 22d 33½h singles 20w 21d 33½h 17½hs two singles 19w 20d 31½h 17hs _11.JPG

Set of ten Regency mahogany antique dining tables, this set comprises a true set of eight chairs made of six singles and two carvers. There are also another two singles that are similar. These chairs are the classic Regency design with turned front legs, flame mahogany on the back rest and rope twist bar. Always a favourite here, there is some close reeding around the front of the back uprights, the front and tops of the arms and around the edge of the seat. The arms of the carvers are especially well drawn.

English circa 1810 £6500

07 18 05

Carvers
53.5cm / 21" wide
56cm / 22" deep
85cm / 33½" high

Singles
51cm / 20" wide
53.5cm / 21" deep
85cm / 33½" high
45.5cm / 17½" high seat

Two other singles
48cm / 19" wide
51cm / 20" deep
80cm / 31½" high
43cm / 17" high seat

Set of Six Hall Chairs

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Set of six George III period 18th century mahogany hall chairs. It is quite unusual to find a set of six. There is a crest painted on the back panel with the motto Vulneratus Non Victus. These chairs are made of a good cut of mahogany and have faded to a fashionable pale colour. If required they could be made darker at the point of restoration.

English or Irish circa 1790 £3800

08 18 02

59cm / 23¾" wide
58.5cm / 23" deep
44cm / 17¼" high seat
94cm / 37" high max