A furniture designs style that was extremely during the mid 1800s, Victorian furniture was the mainstay furniture style preferred during the early days of the British empire
During the reign of queen Victoria all the way uptil 1901, the colonial British empire witnessed some of the most prosperous periods of growth known to mankind and the Victorian period furniture is a necessary pre-cursor to several styles that followed, namely the industrial, mid-century & provincial styles.
This period of unparalleled prosperity paved the way for expensive tastes which could now be enjoyed not just by the kings, nobles, and lords but also by well-to-do merchants and the regular folks. Although the classification of the furniture style itself is closely linked to the reign of queen victoria, victorian furniture, in general, is used to refer to a combination of furniture designs that all originated in the British empire.
This includes several English Provincial designs, Gothic Revival, Rococo and the much more practical Elizabethan, neo-classical and victorian furniture. If you're interested in period designs, you may also want to see our page on provincial french furniture
FurnitureRoots is an off-shore manufacturer with a network of suppliers and sister companies based in across Australia. We typically make antique furniture in large export quantities for furniture stores, retailers, and wholesalers across Australia & NZ. However, if your order quantities are relatively small or if you're looking to procure this for your business, we can accommodate your requirements through our on-shore network of suppliers, wholesalers and our own network of importing agencies.