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 […]

Quality Victorian Antique Credenza by Wilkinson & Son

Antique Furniture by the Cabinet Makers Wilkinson & Son

Antique Furniture by the Cabinet Makers Wilkinson & Son Antique furniture by the cabinet makers Wilkinson & Son is usually a sign of quality. Wilkinson & Son was first established by Joshua Wilkinson as cabinet makers, upholsters, carpet sellers and a looking glass warehouse, in 1766 in 7 Broker’s Row, Moorfields in the City of […]

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 […]