Reynolds of Ludlow
Having worked as manager and head designer at Brynmawr prior to the Second World War, Arthur Reynolds set up his own furniture business in the late 1940s. Drawing on the traditions of the Cotswold School of the Arts & Crafts movement, and also influenced by elements of Modernism, he produced well-crafted furniture on a small scale until his untimely death in 1960. His son, Garth, continued the company in the same vein until the late 1970s.
|A 1950s Walnut Sideboard|
|Oak Dining Table||Oak Bureau Bookcase||Oak Sideboard||Oak Dining Table|
|Cotswold School Style Oak Sideboard||Yew Side Table/Stool||A 1950s Walnut Desk||Oak Corner Cabinet|
|Oak Corner Cabinet|