Victorian Dressing Table by James Lamb of Manchester 1890-1900's Aesthetic Period
• Exceptional High Quality Piece of Furniture by a Fine Furniture Cabinet Maker/Craftsmen of the period
• Lovely Original Brass Handles and Castors
• Walnut and Rosewood with Ebonised Detailing
• Victorian Aesthetic Period C1890-1900's
• Original heavy plate glass with bevelled edge in good condition
• Sturdy sound construction with practical storage for modern day use
• Provenance - Makers Stamp to Locks and Drawers
• A Very Fine, High Quality Piece of Period Furniture
The condition is very good with the expected signs of age related wear for a used item of this period, and has a good solid structure. There is a small degree of light aged speckling and small scratch to the plate glass, but given the age of this piece it is in good solid and absolutely original condition. Having had the surfaces recently polish, refreshed and finished with beeswax ready for delivery to your home.
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Lamb of Manchester - Exhibition Quality and Fine Furniture Cabinet Maker
Founded by James Lamb in the mid Victorian period, Lamb of Manchester were a renowned high quality cabinet maker. They became a very well respected high class interior designer, decorating and furnishing business operating from Castleford, with their main operational showroom in John Dalton Street, Manchester that was spread over 3 floors, showcasing exceptionally high quality furniture.
The company designed and showcased exhibition quality furniture, first at the Great Exhibition of 1851 at Crystal Palace gaining further international recognition and success winning medals at the London Exhibition in 1862 (sometimes referred to as The International Exhibition of 1862) and the Paris Exhibition in 1867.
A highly respected Exhibition Quality Cabinet Maker synonymous for the best in everything that he did from 1850 – 1885.