Antique Shoolbred And Co Inlaid Chair Bergere Arts And Crafts Victorian VGC. This listing is for a stunning inlaid wooden chair by Shoolbred and Co.It is in fantastic condition just flaw to point out, to the back of the chair at the top, there is just a slight scuff in the centre where the chair has rubbed against something. Otherwise the chair is in immaculate condition. Measures 44.5 cm wide at the front.
The back at the widest point measures 42 cm wide. The seat measures 43 cm deep. The chair is 72 cm tall. The seat height is 34 1/2 cm high.
James Shoolbred & Co or also known 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 1880's, Jas Shoolbred had expanded to such an extent that the business had to move to larger premises, becoming one of the first large department stores in London, who would supply quality antique furniture and accessories for the Victorian home.Their furniture was displayed in a series of catalogues that the company produced every year, with their new and impressive designs. Jas Shoolbred was granted a Royal warrant by the mid-1880s and their Victorian furniture was of the best quality available of the late Victorian period. Unfortunately, as with most great Victorian designers and furniture makers, James Shoolbred & Co didn't survive the financial crisis of the late 1920's and ceased trading in 1931.
This item is in the category "Antiques\Antique Furniture\Chairs". The seller is "peachy_vntg" and is located in this country: GB. This item can be shipped to United Kingdom.