BRITISH ANTIQUE REPLICAS master craftsmen, whose work is widely accepted as unsurpassed in the last century, work closely to the drawings of Thomas Chippendale, George Hepplewhite, Thomas Sheraton and some of the best cabinet makers of the Victorian era, making furniture which is almost indistinguishable from the original.
The pleasure of owning an original masterpiece from the golden age of English cabinet making, however, is reserved for the privileged few, a sad thought, particularly if the only affordable alternative is the factory reproduction offering its pale shadow of the original. Fortunately it is not. Over many years the crafting of replicas has become established as an honourable and entirely acceptable means of satisfying the more discerning lovers of classical antique furniture.
So much so that many who were hitherto exclusively interested in acquiring originals have more than come to terms with the idea of including the finest replicas to enhance their collections.
Only the finest materials are used in the construction of our furniture: kiln dried exotic woods which include Mahogany, Yew, Walnut, Cherry, Madrona, Rosewood, and Masur Birch.