George Simson of London

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George Simson cabinet maker was in business from 1787 to 1840, trading from 19 St Paul's Church Yard London. Simson made highly fashionable furniture inspired by pattern book designs and is known to have subscribed to Sheraton's drawing-book. A lot of his work was labelled (GEORGE SIMSON UPHOLDER CABINET MAKER & UNDERTAKER LONDON) and his work often reflected up market Regency pieces

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GEORGE SIMSON OF LONDON
Sheraton period secretaire cabinet
A Sheraton period satinwood secretaire cabinet banded overall in rosewood and inlaid with boxwood and ebony lines, the top with a pair of Gothic gl...
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Eddy Bardawil
GEORGE SIMSON OF LONDON
Regency Rosewood & Brass Inlaid Centre Table in the manner of George Simson Cabi...
The faded veneers to the table top are wonderful and it is so rare to see this colour on rosewood these days. The rosewood crossbanding with the co...
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Freshfords Fine Antiques
GEORGE SIMSON OF LONDON
Superb Regency Ormolu Mounted Calamander Card Table
A striking early 19th century Regency period Calamander pedestal card table in the manner of George Simson English, circa 1815. The swivel ac...
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