19th Century Howard and Sons Armchair


+44 (0)1556 504861

+44 (0)755 7513268


United Kingdom

Hoarde Vintage Member since 2019
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Superb quality Victorian Bridgewater armchair made by Howard and Sons Limited, Berners street, London, fully stamped.
In excellent sturdy condition with all the original horsehair,replacement wadding and newly upholstered using this striking linen fabric.
This is a truly stunning Howard and Sons armchair, just ready to grace any home.
The price includes free delivery to any UK mainland address.
Any queries please don't hesitate to get in touch.


  • H: 85cm (33.46in)
  • W: 75cm (29.53in)
  • D: 80cm (31.50in)



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79 King Street
Castle Douglas
United Kingdom


Based in the bustling market town of Castle Douglas in South West Scotland Country House Interiors, established in 2008, offers an eclectic mix of antiques, interiors and most definitely the unusual.

Talking of which.......

An important and successful part of our business is our unusual cushions, we are renowned for our colourful award-winning cushions which proudly adorn the shelves of the National Museum of Scotland, Historic Royal Palaces, The Burrell Collection and Glamis Castle.

They are designed and hand made by an award-winning group of talented women with an eye for colour and sticklers for attention to detail, using only the very best quality materials.

A great deal of time and thought is put into every cushion, from the careful selection of wool combinations to the meticulous applique work and hand stitching to a unique, high-end well made cushion and this ethos has been continued and applied to our recently completed sewn Royal and Noble portrait Collection.

These cushions and portraits are truly high end bespoke pieces, no two pieces are identical and we hope you can see the pride we take in our work by the standard of the finished item.

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