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"Large Victorian Edwardian / England Cabinet."
Victorian period furniture in Edwardian style. A plaque indicates the manufacturer J. S Waring & Sons in London. Waring, JS Liverpool and Oxford Street, London, furniture manufacturers and retailers (fl.1850-1900). The Waring family is originally from Norway and emigrated to Ireland at the start of the 19th century where they became a linen company in Belfast. John Waring and his son Samuel James Waring opened a branch in Liverpool in 1835 and became wholesale cabinetmakers. Samuel James Waring quickly expanded the business in the 1880s, furnishing hotels and public buildings across Europe. He also founded the Waring-White Building Company which built the Liverpool Corn Exchange, Selfridge Department Store and The Ritz Hotel and from 1898 he also furnished the lounges of the Carlton Hotel. In 1893, SJ Waring's son, Samuel Waring junior, moved to London and established the Waring business in Oxford Street. In 1900, under the name Waring and Gillows (a loose association of 1897), the company exhibited at the Paris Exposition, furnishing the British Commission pavilion in Elizabethan style. This included a satin wood suite in the Sheraton revival style, an ebony inlaid oak bed, and a Jacobean style dining area. At that time, Warings had its workshops and showrooms in Lancaster, Liverpool and Manchester, and a branch in Paris.
Price : 2500 €
Artist : Maison J.s. Waring&sons Ltd London.
Period:19th century
Style:English Style
Condition : Bon état

Material : Chêne maillé . cuivre . verre.
Width : 153 cm.
Height : 194 cm.
Depth : 54 cm.

Reference : 707809
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arts décoratifs de la fin du XIXe siècle et du XXe
Large Victorian Edwardian / England Cabinet.

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