A set of twelve Arts and Crafts Dining Chairs by Lamb, Manchester. (c. 1890 England)

A set of twelve Arts and Crafts Dining Chairs by Lamb, Manchester.
Artists/Makers/Factories

J LAMB (worked from 1864)

Medium

Mahogany frames with ebony inlay

Signed/Inscribed/Dated

Each stamped "Lamb, order 33822, Manchester"

Dimensions

60.00cm wide   85.00cm high   48.00cm deep (23.62 inches wide  33.46 inches high  18.90 inches deep)

Condition

Very Good Condition, new upholstery

Description / Expertise

A set of twelve Arts and Crafts Dining Chairs by Lamb, Manchester.
The Mahogany frames with gently scrolled toprail over a beaded frieze, flanked by four inlaid ebony dots. With further four inlaid ebony dots either side of the lower rail. Ebonized roundels above a pair of ebony inlaid stripes.The turned front legs with ebony rings and terminating in brass caps and castors.
Each stamped "Lamb, order 33822, Manchester"
England.
Circa 1890
48cms w x 60cms d x 85cms h

James Lamb launched the firm in 1843 from premises in John
Dalton Street, Manchester, and over the subsequent years the
Business became one of the leading purveyors of taste, employing
All the leading designers of the 19th century. They showed at the
Great Exhibition of 1862, the Paris Exposition of 1867 and
Received a gold medal at the Paris Exposition of 1878.

Price

gbp 16500.00 (Pound Sterling)

FOR SALE