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Howard Chairs

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 Chair

Antique easy armchair, this is an unusually large version of the Grafton model made by Howard and Sons of Berners Street in London. This is one of the more elegant designs with serpentine back and flat base, the long low arms flow in a waterfall manner down to the front leg. This model has a higher front leg than back to give the correct rake to the seat. This is one of the most comfortable models made by Howard and that is saying something.

English circa 1910 £7,800

01 17 07

79cm / 31" wide
112cm / 44" deep
92cm / 36" high

Howard and Sons Leather Wing Chair

Antique barrel back and buttoned wing chair made by Howard and Sons of London upholstered in old red possibly original leather.

English circa 1910 £3,800

12 16 01

76cm / 30" wide
71cm / 28" deep
46cm / 18" high seat
107cm / 42" high max

Howard And Sons Leather Footstool

Upholstered footstool made by Howard and Sons of London standing on the turned legs typical of the company and upholstered in soft old red leather which might be the original. The casters are stamped and there is part of the original Howard label on the underside. It is slightly concave on two sides.

English circa 1900 £2,800

10 16 09

64cm x 59cm / 25" x 23"
30cm / 12" tall

Antique Howard and Sons Library Chairs

Pair of antique upholstered library chairs made by Howard and Sons. These chairs stand on tall turned legs with the ring turns and cups specific to Howard. This pair are extremely comfortable standing slightly higher that the Bridgewater model they are easy to get in and out while retaining the comfort of the siège de duvet system patented by Howard & Sons.

English circa 1910 £11,500

01 17 06

30½" wide max
27" wide at frame
26" deep at frame
36" deep max
36" high max
18" high seat

Howard and Sons Tub Chair

Good early Howard and Sons tub chair standing on the classic Howard turned leg and stamped cup casters. This chair has been reupholstered recently in linen so is in good order.
English circa 1880 £3,600
ZP 001
30" wide
33" high
33" deep

Howard and Sons Small Easy Armchair

Howard and Sons small easy armchair similar shape to a Bridgewater.
London £3,800

Lenygon and Morant Howard Chairs "Dutton" Chair

Lenygon and Morant, makers of Howard Chairs, "Dutton" chair. Siège de duvet cushions and square taper legs. This chair was made in the first decade after the second world war.

English circa 1950 £4,200

ZP 002

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 £4,400

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 standing on square taper legs. This is a library photograph as we have not phtoographed the actual chair yet.

English circa 1910 £6,200 (including restoration)
Stamped Howard and Sons Berners Street.

27½" wide
36" deep overall approx
27½ - 29" deep at top of leg
34" high overall approx

Antique open armed arm chair

Antique open armed arm chair standing on the famous three ring Howard turned legs and Collinson casters. This chair is an unusually generous shape with a curved back side and serpentine arms and side profile.

English circa 1860 £1,850

Attributed to Howard and Sons
(no stamp)

30" high
35" deep
29" wide

Howard and Sons antique chair

Button back open armed chair by Howard and Sons with turned legs and turned supports to the arms. English circa 1890 £1,250