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Ingnet save a rare piece of Robert Mouseman Thompson Furniture

Having taken over 5 months we have been able to restorer a neglected piece of Mouseman furniture back to its full splendour. This superb 1930s large Robert Mouseman Thompson Oak Settle Bookcase came to us flat packed and our skilled restorers have done an amazing job, we believe this is the biggest free standing piece of Mouseman furniture […]

Douglas Pittuck & Barnard Castle

Douglas Pittuck was born in Plumstead, London and educated at Wallington Grammar School where he was taught art by Tom Nash, a friend of Stanley Spencer. Whilst employed at New College Oxford, he was allowed time to attend art classes at the Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art in the 1930’s. After the war […]

Albert Eagleman Jeffray – A rare nest of tables

A rare nest of tables by Albert Eagleman Jeffray arrived this week from an idyllic location a local mill on the River Tees in North Yorkshire Albert started his career at Robert Thompsons Craftsmen Ltd a year or so prior to the master craftsman’s death in 1955 and continued working at Thompsons until 1966 when […]

Robert Mouseman Thompson sideboards

We have been very fortunate this year in purchasing five early Robert Mouseman Thompson sideboards dating between 1930-50.  These five drawer sideboards are our own personal favourites and all now have new homes and our ‘wish list’  for these pieces is now empty. We are pleased to announce that we now have another fully adzed […]

Colin Beaverman Almack

Just in a lovely Colin Beaverman Almack dining suite has just arrived from an estate in Co Durham. The suite consists of a dining table drop leaf and 8 chairs including 2 carvers purchased direct from Colin in the 1970’s