A LATE VICTORIAN STAINED BEECHWOOD CLUB CHAIR AND OTTOMAN
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A LATE VICTORIAN STAINED BEECHWOOD CLUB CHAIR AND OTTOMAN

BY HOWARD & SONS, LATE 19TH CENTURY

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A LATE VICTORIAN STAINED BEECHWOOD CLUB CHAIR AND OTTOMAN
BY HOWARD & SONS, LATE 19TH CENTURY
The scrolled arched back, arms, seat and seat of the stool upholstered in floral glazed chintz, with ringturned baluster tapering legs and brass caps and castors and stamped 12666/9009 Howard and Sons Berners St
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Lot Essay

Howard and Sons are now most famous for their comfortable and elegant easy armchairs. One of the most successful and well known Victorian cabinet-making firms, it was founded by John Howard in 1820 and established in Berners Street by 1854. Messrs. Howard and Sons exhibited at the 1851 Great Exhibition and amongst notable commissions contributed to the furnishing of Sudbury Hall, Derbyshire and Elton Hall, Huntingdonshire.
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