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Ipswich Oak Side Table by Hamptons of Pall Mall

REF: LA 1609 / LA333507
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A charming Ipswich oak side, or credence, table by Hamptons of Pall Mall , London. Of very good construction in solid English oak. now with a mellow colour and patina. With a single drawer to the front. Cleaned and waxed in our workshops and now offered for sale in excellent condition. This versatile table would fit into many different room scenarios within the modern home. Dimensions: Width 85cms Depth 31cms Height 71cms HAMPTONS OF PALL MALL HISTORY. In 1830 William Hampton opened a shop for the sale of general house hold furniture in Cranbourn Street. He was subsequently joined by his two sons George and William Powell (the sons of George Hampton; Harold, Fred and Clarence also later entered the business). In 1869 the business expanded with new premises on the corner site comprising 8 Pall Mall East and 1-3 Dorset Place (now Whitcomb Street). Throughout its history the firm suffered a number of serious fires, the first of which occurred in 1890. As the firm continued to expand it took over control of a number of other firms, beginning with James Coulson and Co of Lisburn, Northern Ireland in 1898, and in the early 1950's Goodall, Lamb and Highway of King Street, Manchester and Robson and Sons Ltd of Newcastle-upon-Tyne. In 1926 the firm opened a factory at Ingate Place, Battersea close to the firm's existing depository. Amongst the firm's noteable contracts were the Royal Yacht Britannia, the liners the Queen Elizabeth, Queen Mary, Theatre Royal Drury Lane, the Duke of York Theatre, the Dorchester and the Mayfair Hotels and the palaces of two Indian princes, the Nizam of Hyderabad and the Maharajah of Kashmir. On the night of 16th November 1940 an incendiary bomb hit the Pall Mall premises and the greater part of the building was destroyed. Temporary one-storeyed buildings were erected on the site but these were eventually demolished in 1957 following the sale of the site to the Canadian Government. In October 1940 the firm had acquired a controlling interest in the firm of Storey & Co Ltd of Kensington High Street and it was there that the firm established its new headquarters.

measurements

Height:
71 cm
Width:
85 cm
Depth:
31 cm

declaration

Camden Antiques has clarified that the Ipswich Oak Side Table by Hamptons of Pall Mall (LA333507) is genuinely of the period declared with the date/period of manufacture being 1920

condition

Excellent

additional info

Period:
1920s
Material:
Oak
Origin:
English
Date of Manufacture:
1920

delivery

For delivery within the mainland UK please allow £50-80. Worldwide delivery can be arranged.

location

This Ipswich Oak Side Table by Hamptons of Pall Mall is located in Poling, UK

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