Robson and Sons of Newcastle on Tyne

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ROBSON.& SONS, Cabinet makers, 42, Northumberland Street, Newcastle-on-Tyne

In 1830 William Hampton opened a shop for the sale of general household furniture in Cranbourn Street. He was subsequently joined by his two sons George and William Powell (the sons of George Hampton; Harold, Fred and Clarence also later entered the business). In 1869 Hamptons and Sons Ltd expanded with new premises on the corner site comprising 8 Pall Mall East and 1-3 Dorset Place (now Whitcomb Street). As the firm continued to expand it took over control of a number of other firms, beginning with James Coulson and Co of Lisburn, Northern Ireland in 1898, and in the early 1950's Robson and Sons Ltd of Newcastle-upon-Tyne.

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ROBSON AND SONS OF NEWCASTLE ON TYNE
Late 19th Century Satinwood Bedside Table
Late 19th Century Satinwood Pot Cupboard with Dyed Sycamore Inlay Turned Legs and Open Slat Back Probably Robsons of Newcastle on Tyne 16"w ...
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ROBSON AND SONS OF NEWCASTLE ON TYNE
Late 19th Century Satinwood Chest of Drawers
Late 19th Century Satinwood Chest of Drawers with 2 over 3 Sycamore Inlaid Graduated Drawers with Silver Electro Plated Handles on Turned Legs P...
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ROBSON AND SONS OF NEWCASTLE ON TYNE
Late 19th Century Satinwood Desk
Late 19th Century Satinwood Writing/Dressing Table with Dyed Sycamore Inlays, Silver Electro Plated Handles Turned Legs and Brass Castors Probab...
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ROBSON AND SONS OF NEWCASTLE ON TYNE
Late 19th Century Satinwood Wardrobe
Late 19th Century Satinwood Compactum Wardrobe 3 Sycamore Inlaid Graduated Drawers with Silver Plated Handles on a Plinth Base Probably Robsons ...
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