Our Brand

Where Luxury Furniture meets Art

Named after two of the most influential furniture designers during the Georgian Era (also known in history as the “Age of Elegance”) Thomas Chippendale and George Hepplewhite, our company likewise endeavors to produce fine quality furniture that is timeless and made with meticulous attention to detail.

For many years we specialized in 18th Century period reproductions, keeping true to the original masterpieces both in construction techniques, materials and finishes. This resolve not to compromise on quality is what continues to set us apart as high-end furniture makers. This is also why our products are also known as “Heirloom furniture” or “Antiques of the future”. We endeavor to make our furniture with such integrity that it may be passed on for generations to come. Today our product lines have broadened to include Limited Edition Original Artisan Furniture, Lamps, Décor and Cushions.

We have taken our expertise in traditional fine furniture making, combined them with newly developed techniques and are now applying them to our expanded contemporary product lines. When commissioned, we create unique furniture, lighting and Visual Artwork expressing individual artistry and craftsmanship. We believe that each piece must be special therefore we welcome requests. This way our clients receive original designs that are not just truly their own, but also one of a kind.

In a world, wherein most everything has become “mass-produced”, we opted to go the opposite route by offering our client’s pieces that are distinctly artisan and made for our clients upon order. Whether it be from our Traditional 18th Century Furniture Designs or our Limited Edition Original Designer Collection, all our pieces are made with integrity.

At Thomas & George, we do not just sell furniture, we invite our clients to invest in “Works of Art”.


Structural Integrity

We utilize proper furniture construction. We Ensure your furniture is made with integrity. We use mortise and tenon joinery, dowels, dovetail joints and 8-way hand-tie upholstery method for traditional seating just as it was used centuries ago.


One Cannot have the best quality furniture without also investing in the best quality raw materials. Oftentimes it is what you do not see that determines the integrity of a piece. From the kiln dried wood to the type of glue used, we endeavor to procure our materials from only the best imported and local sources.


We can boast that our craftsmen and artisans are some of the best in the industry. With several decades of experience in the business of making luxury furniture for export to many countries worldwide such as Australia, the United States, the Middle East and Countries all over Europe.

"Where Luxury Furniture meets Art"