A fine dining room table and six chairs in maple. The mirror like finish of the dining table is protected by a glass top and raised on two curved slab legs. The two carvers and four chairs are newly reupholstered in a soft cream leather.
A matching sideboard and serving trolley are also currently available.
Height with glass top: 79cm
Width: 166.5cm
Depth: 87cm
Each Chair:
Height: 89.5cm
Width: 45.5cm
Depth: 49.5
Seat height: 48cm
Each carver:
Height: 89.5cm
Width: 58cm
Depth: 49.5cm
Seat height: 48cm
In the Shoreditch area of the East End of London during the late 19th century, Jewish cabinet maker emigres from the Baltic states formed a cabinet making colony. One of these was Morris Epstein and later his six sons.
In 1929 Harry, the designer and Lou, the cabinet maker formed H&L Epstein furniture designers and manufacturers to go onto create some of the best British Art Deco furniture, both in design and quality. 15 highly skilled craftsmen were employed mainly from Eastern Europe, making furniture often by hand and using the finest materials. Much Epstein furniture was commissioned to order, to allow customers to have chairs and other pieces of furniture made to suit their size or the spaces of the room it was designed to go in.
Showrooms were in London, Manchester, Glasgow and Dublin.
Internal Ref: PAD0597


Height = 79 cm (31.1″)
Width = 166.5 cm (65.6″)
Depth = 87 cm (34.3″)