GALLERIES/H. Blairman & Sons
Pair of armchairs, English, circa 1827-44
Ebonised mahogany, with old red morocco upholstery, fringe and studs
90.6 × 60.9 × 54.6 cm. (35 ⅝ × 24 × 21 ½ in.)
Blairman's is a family-run business spanning four generations. Established by Harris Blairman in 1884, it was under the direction of Philip Blairman that the firm developed its reputation as a dealer in 18th & 19th century English and French furniture, with a particular interest in the English Regency period.
Time passes, and tastes may change, but from its earliest days in Llandudno to its present day setting in London, it is a passion for works of art and a pioneering spirit that has shaped our endeavour and kept Blairman's at the forefront of the Art Market for over a hundred years.
Today the company is directed by Martin Levy and his wife, Patricia. The focus has shifted towards works from the later 19th and 20th centuries, but an inherent love of Regency furniture remains an important part of the DNA.
Between now and Christmas, we shall be showing a representative selection of the nineteenth-century furniture and works of art in which we specialise.
Martin, Patricia and Sara look forward to welcoming you to our rooms here at 15 Queen Anne's Gate.