Jamb has established a worldwide reputation for dealing in superior quality antique fireplaces and having one of the finest reproductions collections. Their reproduction chimneypieces are made by highly skilled craftsmen who use traditional 18th and 19th century techniques and use the finest marble and stone to produce a beautiful authentic appearances.
Jamb also produces a collection of reproduction lighting, furniture and garden ornaments.
Here are just a few of their amazing reproduction furniture pieces:
A mahogany settee in the manner of George III, the Augusta sports an elegant, serpentine shaped upholstered back and over-scrolled arms. The exquisite padded, cushioned seat rests on an unusual frame configuration, which in turn rests on two pairs of square cut legs with shaped ear brackets, united by stretchers and raised on smart brass cap castors.
The Klismos chair, based on an ancient Greek model, is made from sustainable hardwood with woven leather seats. The original Klismos chairs were created by the Greeks during the 6th Century BC and were the first chairs that allowed people to sit freely and in a relaxed, natural position. More than two thousand years after it was devised, the Klismos chair was revived during the later 18th and early 19th Centuries. The form was revived again in 1906 when architect Emmanuel Pontrenoli recreated them for Theodore Reinach at Villa Kerylos in Beaulieu-sur-Mer overlooking the Mediterranean.
The Cheere chimneypiece hand carved in statuary and Sienna marble
The Langley chimneypiece in Portland stone with the Millington fire grate
The Longbourn chimneypiece in statuary marble with the Cleveland register grate and a Rossmore fire iron