This is a list of our current stock of chairs made by Howard and Sons. Please enquire if you do not see what you are looking for.
Howard and Sons Bridgewater Chair
Howard and Sons Bridgewater armchair with square taper legs and with siege de duvet upholstery. Certainly the favourite model for several of us here at Hares. Let us know if you want a pair as there are always more in the pipeline, but their casters hardly touch the ground so quickly do they fly out the door.
English circa 1910 £6,800
Late Nineteenth Century Victorian Antique Howard Chair On Unusual Ball And Claw Feet
Antique Howard and Sons armchair with scroll arms and cabriole legs in the manner of the Queen Anne period. This chair is very deep and comfortable and it retains the original and wonderfully soft sprung horsehair back. Once lost it is almost impossible to re-create this kind of upholstery so we are very pleased to have found the chair in this condition. The overall shape is very generous, wide and deep and with a good rake to the seat so the cushion and the owner do not slide out. The front legs are a great colour and will improve once we have had them polished if required. There are even traces of the original gilding on the carved motifs. All in all a really fine chair which is comfortable, ususual and elegant.
English circa 1890 £4800
10 17 04
94cm / 37" deep max
81cm / 32" deep leg at frame
79cm / 31" wide max
46cm / 18" high seat
98cm / 38½" high max
Howard and Sons Tub Chair
Howard and Sons Library Chair
Howard and Sons Library Chair. This chair is almost identical to those we have had before and as usual they do vary a little with the overall dimensions. This one unusually does not have the address stamp on the back leg, but the casters are stamped and the frame is planed with chamfer edges as is typical. This is a good large scale and very comfortable chair.
English circa 1910 £5,800
09 15 05
26" half wide leg
32" wide arm
26" deep leg
30" deep max
40" high approx
Howard and Sons Bridgewater model armchair
Howard and Sons Bridgewater model armchair. These are the most popular of the comfortable Howards. It is smaller than the Harley and Ivor of the same shape and is also smaller than the Grafton model which is a different shape. This is a library photograph as we have so many coming and going that it is impossible to keep up to date. Please inquire about current stock.
English circa 1910 £6,800 each (including restoration)
These are usually stamped Howard and Sons Berners Street.
36" deep overall approx
27½ - 29" deep at top of leg
34" high overall approx