Hampton and Sons Antique Furniture

Hampton and Sons

Hampton and Sons were cabinet makers of Antique Furniture and were first established in ca. 1830 by William Hampton. He opened his first shop selling General household to more fine furniture in Cranbourn Street, in London. In 1869 Williams Two sons George and William joined his business and they expended and moved to the larger premises 8 Pall Mall, London.

Hampton and Sons furnished some impressive properties and boats from the Royal Yacht Britannia, the Queen Elizabeth and Queen Mary, the Theatre Royal of Drury Lane, the Duke of York Theatre, the Dorchester and the Mayfair Hotels and the palaces of two Indian princes, the Nizam of Hyderabad & the Maharajah of Kashmir.

Hampton and Sons had a few disasters throughout its history, it suffered a major fire in 1890 but they re-established and went to expand their business further. They bought several cabinet making firms starting with James Coulson and Co of Lisburn, Northern Ireland in 1898, and then Goodall, Lamb and Highway of King Street, Manchester and Robson and Sons Ltd of Newcastle-upon-Tyne (all very prestigious cabinet makers throughout history).

In 1926 Hampton and Sons opened a factory at Ingate Place, Battersea but in 1940 a bomb hit the Pall Mall premises and most of the building was destroyed. Because of this they decided to buy a controlling interest in the firm of Storey & Co Ltd of Kensington High Street where they established their new headquarters. Hampton and Sons did make some real quality pieces of Antique Furniture, so if you purchase a piece with their stamp you know you will have a quality items that will last a lifetime if cared for correctly.

Hampton & Sons label Pall Mall East London ca. 1880

Here are a few examples of their high quality furniture that they made and supplied throughout the 19th Century.

Superb Quality Victorian Beautifully Figured Oak Pedestal Desk - Hampton and Sons Pall Mall London Hampton and Sons Pall Mall London on the lock of desk

This Superb Quality Victorian Beautifully Figured Oak Pedestal Desk is clearly stamped Hampton and Sons Pall Mall London on the locks and has superb quality brass swan neck handles.

Fine Quality Newly Upholstered Victorian Antique Armchair By Hampton And Sons. Hampton And Sons stamp on the castors

This Fine Quality Newly Upholstered Victorian Antique Armchair is stamped on the brass castors Hampton And Sons, standing on turned front legs and splayed back legs, made from solid Walnut.

Quality Set of Six Victorian Walnut Antique Dining Chairs by Hampton & Sons Hampton & Sons Ivorine label

These Quality Set of Six Victorian Walnut Antique Dining Chairs have their original Ivorine Hampton & Sons label on the underside of each chair.

Hamptons of London Victorian Walnut Antique Bookcase Hamptons of London Victorian Walnut Antique Bookcase

This is a beautiful large 19th century Antique Victorian Walnut Breakfront Bookcase with its original makers stamp ‘Hamptons, Pall Mall, London’on an small button in the door. It has four glazed doors with beautiful carvings and carved corbels.


8 Comments. Leave new

  • Anton Biederwolf
    January 3, 2024 7:13 pm

    Hello i have a round label on my painting “Hampton & Sons 8 Pall Mall East London”,my question i havent seen this kind of lable anywhere is it from 1869? Iam happy for anykind of answer thanks T

  • Hi there, I have a hallway sofa French provincial highly decorative item that comes with a Hamptons catalogue book that has been signed with a name and initial and dated 9/9/13, could be of any help to discover when this date might be? Thank you I appreciate your assistance.

  • Michael brooks
    February 1, 2024 10:20 am

    Good morning. Very curious on a set of 4 Hampton & sons ltd london moon shaped dishes also stamped orient . I bought for personel use .. i cant see anything online regarding porcelain with this company. Some brief info would be nice. Thanks. Mick

  • Hi, I have a rectangular label with round sides under a chair, looks like made of copper or so as oxidated, heavy wood maybe mahogany wood, chair has no arm rests, do you know which year could be please? thanks you very much

    • Hi
      I would need to look at the chair to determine the age. If it is by Hampton and sons in this design, then it is probably late 19th Century.
      Many thanks


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