A. Gardner & Son were cabinet makers based at 36 Jamaica Street, Glasgow in Scotland. They built very fine quality antique furniture using quality woods but mainly used Mahogany and Walnut with fine quality inlays. A Gardner & Son started in the Georgian era of 1803 by his Grandfather. A Gardner took over the business in 1832 and the company continued for over 150 years of creating fine furniture.
We get some beautiful examples of Gardner & Son antique furniture for sale and you can see previous sold examples below. If you are interested in fine quality antique furniture by this maker along with our current selection available, please visit our latest stock here.
We have sold some fine examples including this Edwardian Mahogany Antique Library Bookcase by A. Gardner & Son of Glasgow with Goats head carved into the frieze.
With Arts and Crafts influences and constructed from quality solid oak, this high quality bench is multi functional due to the hinged lid that lifts up and tilts over to become a table and dates from around 1910.