Learn about Edwards & Roberts

Edwards & Roberts was founded in 1845, and by 1854 were trading as ‘Edwards & Roberts, Antique and Modern Cabinet Makers and Importers of Ancient Furniture’. By the late 19th century Edwards & Roberts was one of the leading firms of English cabinetmakers. They produced furniture designs of the times, as well as reproductions of earlier French and English styles, and their name is associated with high quality workmanship and materials, specialising in marquetry, inlay and ormolu. They also retailed many items of second-hand furniture, so an Edwards & Roberts stamp does not necessarily mean that the item was made by them.
These items are not for sale and the descriptions, images and prices are for reference purposes only.

A fine Edwards & Roberts Edwardian mahogany bureau bookcase, the swan neck pediment, above a pair of astragal glazed doors, below a fall with satinwood inlay enclosing drawers and pigeon holes, above graduated drawers on bracket feet. Maker stamped: Edward

A late Victorian satinwood and marquetry ladies' writing table by Edwards and Roberts, the rectangular top with galleried superstructure containing hinged compartments with pigeon holes above drawers with ink well and pen holders above a tooled leather ins

An impressive display sideboard, stamped Edwards and Roberts, the back with carved fretwork pediment on a central bevelled lozenge glazed display area, flanked by mirrors and galleried shelves on four turned and tapering spindles all on a rectangular base,

Edwardian satinwood Sheraton revival circular occasional table with wide rosewood crossing- band, painted ribbon and husk decoration on tapering baluster legs joined by scroll stretchers in the manner of Edwards and Roberts of London

A 19th century satin wood and marquetry Pembroke table stamped Edwards & Roberts, the oval cross-banded top with central marquetry cartouche above a frieze drawer on strung square tapering legs, brass castors, 104 x 70 x 81 cm

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