Sheraton Period (1790 - 1805)
Thomas Sheraton 1751-1806
Sheraton was brought up in Durham and trained as a journeyman cabinet maker. He came to London in 1790 and had several addresses including Davies Street, Wardour Street & Golden Square. His famous "Cabinet-Maker and Upholsterer's Drawing Book" was published in the 1790s and in 1803 he also published the "Cabinet Dictionary". Many pieces in the "Sheraton" style were constructed in satinwood and the square tapering leg was an important feature in furniture designs of this period. Exotic wood crossbandings and painted decoration also feature in his work.
Sheraton D-shaped Mahogany Tea Tables
Unusual 18th Century Sheraton Period Satinwood Occasional Table
Late 18th Century Flame-Figured Mahogany Pedestal Desk
A Fine Mid 19th Century Satinwood Oval Writing Table
A fine quality late 18th Century Sheraton period satinwood Secretaire Bookcase
Pair of late 18th Century Sheraton period figured and faded mahogany Card Tables
A late 18th Century Sheraton period mahogany Occasional Table
Late 18th Century Sheraton Tulipwood and Satinwood Teacaddy
Late 18th Century Sheraton period Mahogany Sideboard
Late 18th Century Pair of Sheraton Mahogany inlaid Card Tables
Late 18th Century Sheraton period well-figured mahogany Pembroke Table.
Sheraton period mahogany oval Toilet Mirror
Pair of sheraton period faded mahogany Cutlery Boxes.
Late 18th Century satinwood 'Bonheur du Jour'
Pair of late 18th Century Sheraton period satinwood Tripod Tables.
Sheraton period bow-shaped satinwood Cabinet
Late 18th Century well figured mahogany Secretaire Bookcase.
Late 18th Century Sheraton Period Satinwood Breakfast Table