As style editor Tom Tamborello discovered, a tag-sale find can yield more than one surprise. After purchasing a dresser he wanted to refurbish, Tom began stripping away the multiple layers of paint that had been applied over the years, using a strong commercial paint and varnish remover. During the process, he discovered that the dresser bore the imprint of the Heywood Wakefield company, which began producing furniture in the early-20th century and whose pieces are valued by collectors…

Refurbishing a Dresser

As style editor Tom Tamborello discovered, a tag-sale find can yield more than one surprise. After purchasing a dresser he wanted to refurbish, Tom began stripping away the multiple layers of paint that had been applied over the years, using a strong commercial paint and varnish remover. During the process, he discovered that the dresser bore the imprint of the Heywood Wakefield company, which began producing furniture in the early-20th century and whose pieces are valued by collectors…

Heywood & Wakefield Company Vintage Double by TheAmericanCollector, $110.00

Heywood & Wakefield Company Vintage Double by TheAmericanCollector, $110.00

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Vintage Heywood Wakefield Credenza Buffet in Antiques, Furniture, Sideboards & Buffets

Heywood Wakefield Kohinoor dresser ~ use as buffet

Heywood Wakefield Kohinoor Double Dresser with Mirror

History But before looking at the rest of the photos, sketches, and scaled photos — who is Heywood-Wakefield?  Heywood-Wakefield started out as two separate furniture companies. Heywood was established in 1826 and the company name at that time was Heywood Brothers, and the Wakefield company dates back to 1855.  Heywood and Wakefield merged in 1897 and took the name Heywood Brothers & Wakefield Company (that’s a mouthful).  In 1921, the company name was changed to the Heywood-Wakefield…

Photos, Sketches, & Dimensions For A Heywood-Wakefield End Table

1926 Print Heywood Wakefield Company Portland Oregon Furniture Warehouse XDG3

1926 Print Heywood Wakefield Company Portland Oregon Furniture Warehouse XDG3

Heywood Wakefield Company, Portland Oregon, Rattan Furniture, Water Damage, Wicker, Warehouses

Armchair  Designer: Russel Wright, American, 1904-1976  Manufacturer: Heywood Wakefield Company  Medium: Chromium, plastic (Naugahyde)  Place Manufactured: USA  Dates: ca. 1934

Designer: Russel Wright, American, Manufacturer: Heywood Wakefield Company Medium: Chromium, plastic (Naugahyde) Place Manufactured: United States Dates: ca.

Lloyd Manufacturing (a division of the Heywood Wakefield Company) chairs, a set of 4 for  $5 a piece.

Lloyd Manufacturing (a division of the Heywood Wakefield Company) chairs, a set of 4 for $5 a piece.

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Rare Ornate Victorian Wicker Sheet Music Stand Heywood Brothers and Wakefield Company - Found on Ruby Lane

Rare Ornate Victorian Antique Wicker Sheet Music Stand Heywood Brothers and Wakefield Company Circa 1890's

Rare Ornate Victorian Antique Wicker Sheet Music Stand Heywood Brothers and Wakefield Company Circa

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Wakefield Company and Haywood Brothers & Company ultimately merged to form Heywood-Wakefield Company in 1897. This merger consolidated resources of two of the largest manufacturers’ in a deal that included designers and master craftsmen. It is actually possible to view a copy of the first catalog that was released by Heywood-Wakefield Company in 1898.

Tracing the Trends of Wicker Furniture through History

The history of wicker furniture spans nearly years back to the times of Ancient Egypt. Cyrus Wakefield is cited as the Father of the Wicker Industry.

Art Deco Wicker Planter/Fernery Heywood-Wakefield Company

Art Deco Wicker Planter Fernery Heywood Wakefield Company

Art Deco Wicker Planter/Fernery Heywood-Wakefield Company

Table by Russel Wright for Heywood Wakefield Company

I'm not normally a fan of heywood-wakefield, mainly because I don't really like blonde wood furniture, but this side table design is amazing.

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