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Andrew Crace Traditional, Contemporary and Bespoke Garden Furniture

Traditional, Contemporary, Bespoke Interior & Garden Furniture. High Quality Genuine British Products Made in Much Hadham, UK.

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Andrew Crace, Bourne Lane, Much Hadham, Hertfordshire SG10 6ER, UK. Tel 01279 842685

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I design and manufacture the finest, comfortable garden furniture here in my workshop in the countryside of Much Hadham, Hertfordshire. All of my garden furniture is handmade in hardwood by local highly skilled machinists and craftsmen joiners. Emphasis is always on design, strength and durability of construction ensuring that all component parts fit perfectly with traditional mortise and tenon joints.

In addition to my garden furniture collections, I also manufacture interior furniture and bespoke designs. Kitchen table, refectory tables, gateleg and dining tables are a specialty, but special designs include bespoke desks to cane racks. Many of my classic garden furniture designs are influenced by the great masters such as JP White, William Kent, Frederick Crace, Thomas Chippendale and Sir Edwin Lutyens. These period classic designs have been developed from originals found in old gardens - often collapsed relics of their former glory, other seats have been found in old catalogues, early photographs, old books, drawings or oil paintings. The Lutyens seat is a faithful copy of an original at Hatfield House, and with the Kentian seat templates and working jigs and construction were taken directly from a pile of wood - all that was left of the original seat. My original designs have often been inspired by travels around the world : Indian and Japanese architecture and design have been strong influences. You will also find many of the seat designs have been converted to wheelbarrow seats and chairs.

Slatted Wheelbarrow Seat - a very functional garden seat that is also a garden ornament.

The emphasis is always on the quality of the products throughout the production process.

All products are made by local craftsmen joiners and machinists in Hertfordshire.

Refectory table - Hatfield Wheelbarrow seat - slatted

Indian Lattice Seat is influenced by the Indian Lattice I found while travelling in India.

The Edo seat is influenced by the Japanese architecture found throughout Japan.

The Chinoiserie design is based on a traditional design developed from the work of Frederick Crace for his Master piece – The Music Room at the Brighton Pavilion c1818 for the Prince Regent.

Chinoiserie Three Seater Large Edo seat painted black Indian Lattice Two Seater Kentian seat

The old relics of the Kentain seat (left image) found at St Nicholas is reproduced with a faithful copy to keep its historical beauty (right image).