Holland & Sons enjoyed a long and successful span of activity from 1815 to 1968.
During their hayday in the 1850's Holland and Sons undertook 300 separate
Government Commissions as well as all their other work, and designed in almost
every style fashionable at that time. They employed some of the top designers at this
including Professor Gottfried Semper, Alfred Lormier, Henry Whitaker, T.R.
Macquoid, J.R. Collings, G.E. Street and Bruce Talbert. Their Royal Commissions
included Osborne House, Sandringham, Balmoral, Windsor Castle and, when Prince
Edward Albert was given Marlborough House as his official residence, Holland and
Sons refurnished it throughout. Holland and Sons arranged the funeral of Prince
Albert with the Royal household.
Finest quality six drawer mahogany library table by
Holland & Sons c1860
72" (183cm) wide. Government and royal
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