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Dealers in Antique Campaign Furniture
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A Rare & Unusual Georgian Campaign Table.
A Rare & Unusual Georgian  Campaign Table. When you first see this late 18th century table you may not think it is "campaign" or that unusual. Maybe the first clue to it not being what it appears would be that the top is made from two pieces of timber.  Onc...
A Rare & Unusual Georgian Campaign Table.
A Rare & Unusual Georgian Campaign Table.
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Campaign or Military Chests - Beginners Guide Part 2.
Campaign or Military Chests - Beginners Guide Part 2.
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Campaign or Military Chests - Beginners Guide Part 1.
Campaign or Military Chests - Beginners Guide Part 1.
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John Folgham, case and knife case maker.
John Folgham, case and knife case maker. Whilst, visiting the wonderful National Trust Property Chastleton House  ,which is just down the road from the shop, I noticed this fine Georgian Knife box which I hadn't recalled seeing before.    This box with its ...
John Folgham, case and knife case maker.
John Folgham, case and knife case maker.
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A great article on Antique Campaign or Military chests.
Campaign or Military Chests - Beginners Guide Part 2.
Campaign or Military Chests - Beginners Guide Part 2.
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Campaign or Military Chests - Beginners Guide Part 2.
Campaign or Military  Chests - Beginners Guide Part 2. Where was it made ? This can sometimes be a little tricky to the un-trained eye as a lot of campaign chests can at first glance all look the same. On closer inspection, following a few guidelines you sh...
Campaign or Military Chests - Beginners Guide Part 2.
Campaign or Military Chests - Beginners Guide Part 2.
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Campaign or Military Chests - Beginners Guide Part 1.
To those who have not studied campaign furniture understanding military or campaign chests can appear quite confusing. When was it made? Where was it made ? Is it original ? What timber is it ?      We often come across military chests and other pieces of c...
Campaign or Military Chests - Beginners Guide Part 1.
Campaign or Military Chests - Beginners Guide Part 1.
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The Cavalry Chest.
Why the Cavalry chest ? Though very likely this term was used prior to this we first came across the name in the Army & Navy Stores Catalogue of 1907.  It's name giving connotations of a superior model.                               This teak example below ...
The Cavalry Chest.
The Cavalry Chest.
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Maynard & Co. A lesser known Campaign Furniture Maker.
  Maynard & Co. Military and General Outfitters and Agents. 27 , Poultry, Next to Mansion House. Maynard & Co. are not one of the first names you would think of when considering makers of campaign furnit ure.  Though in business for almost 80 years , from 1...
Maynard & Co. A lesser known Campaign Furniture Maker.
Maynard & Co. A lesser known Campaign Furniture Maker.
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The Victorian Army’s Cabinet Maker of Choice.
Ross
and Co. of Dublin were one of the most important makers of campaign furniture
in the Victorian era and justifiably, their name still stands out as a leader
in their field, today. With
the rapid growth of the British Empire in the
19 th century, came th...
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