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Antique Howard and Sons Sofas

This is a list of our current stock of sofas made by Howard and Sons. Do contact us if you can not see what you are looking for or if this page is empty. We are finding more and more that Howard and Sons sofas sell before we can list them online, so let us have your specific requirements and ask to be added to the queue. Click on images to enlarge.

Howard and Sons Sofa

Absolutely massive Howard and Sons Chesterfield sofa with three turned Howard legs on the front and unusually with three frame legs on the back. The stamp on the caster would indicate the sofa was made before 1890, and judging by the overall shape this is a good early one. This is one of the largest Chesterfields that we have seen at eight feet wide. The shape of this sofa is tremendous, it has the most generous arm curve, with a huge outstretching scroll arm and overhang all the way around.

English circa 1880 £16,500
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8' wide max
42" deep max
27" high max
15" high seat
30" deep seat
67" wide seat

Antique Howard and Sons Sofa

Good large Portarlington sofa made by Howard and Sons of Berners Street in London. This is a large comfortable sofa and one of the best antique Howard sofas.

English circa 1910 £14,500

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39" / 40" deep
36" high
6'6" / 78" approx

Howard and Sons Sofa

Most unusual Georgian revival sofa with show wood and box stringing to the front and sides. This sofa has cushions on the seat and built in cushions on the inside back and arms. It has been upholstered recently so is in good order, but can be reupholstered in new fabric to suit interior scheme.

English circa 1920 £16,500

69" wide
20" high seat approx

Howard and Sons Baring Sofa

Antique Howard and Sons settee / sofa standing on turned front legs. This is a Baring model stamped Berners Street with siege de duvet cushions and sprung seat arms and back.

English circa 1880-1910 £16,500

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