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 are stamped with just A Blain Liverpool and the later Victorian pieces carry the A Blain & Sons stamp. Arthur Blain died in 1868 when the business was continued by Arthur’s son William Hughes Blain who died in 1909. There works were recorded in The Dictionary of English Furniture Makers, 1660-1840, Beard & Giblert, Maney 1986
When you see pieces by A Blain Liverpool you can be sure of quality with the level of craftsmanship along with their intricate designs, superbly carried out by skilled cabinet makers. They mainly built their pieces form hardwoods such as mahogany and walnut and beautifully finished the pieces using a hand French polished finish. We do get some super examples for sale but to see our current stock have a browse through our categories, to see what you can find.
Here are some nice examples –
Superb Set of Eight Victorian Antique Walnut Dining Chairs