Stunning Antique Golden Oak Antique Edwardian Wellington Chest by Simpoles of Manchester

Antique Furniture by Simpoles of Manchester

Antique Furniture by Simpoles of Manchester Simpoles of Manchester was a specialist office furniture manufacturer and was established in the late 19th Century. They made useful pieces of antique furniture from desks to filing cupboards and were one of the leading office furniture manufacturers in the Art Deco period of the 1930s. Unfortunately there is […]

James Shoolbred Antique Furniture

Antique furniture by James Shoolbred and Co. (Jas Shoolbred)

Antique furniture by James Shoolbred and Co. (Jas Shoolbred) James Shoolbred & Co or also knows as Jas Shoolbred was established in the 1820’s as a draper’s shop, at Tottenham Court Road, London. The company first began supplying textiles to the furniture trade. By the 1860’s, the company began designing, manufacturing and selling its own […]

Shapland & Petter

Antique furniture by the Designer and Cabinet Makers Shapland & Petter

Antique furniture by the Designer and Cabinet Makers Shapland & Petter Antique furniture by Shapland & Petter us usually very well constructed from the finest quality timbers and beautifully designed. Shapland & Petter was based in North Devon in a town called Barnstaple and specialized in Arts & Crafts designs but also made more traditional […]

Antique Furniture by The Cabinet Makers A Blain Liverpool

Antique Furniture by The Cabinet Makers A Blain Liverpool

Antique Furniture by The Cabinet Makers A Blain Liverpool Some superb quality crafted pieces of antique furniture can be seen by the cabinet maker A Blain Liverpool. This is the stamp for Arthur Blain who established the cabinet making business in the William IV period of 1835 at 35 Paradise Street, Liverpool. The earliest examples […]

Antique Globe-Wernicke Edwardian Oak Bookcase

Globe Wernicke Bookcase

Globe Wernicke Bookcase We sometimes get some very unusual antique bookcases for sale by the manufacturer Globe Wernicke, in oak, mahogany or occasionally walnut. Globe-Wernicke was first established in 1899 when Otto Wernicke, owner of Wernicke Furniture Co bought the Globe Company. Wernicke also acquired the Fred Macey Co which also made the well known […]