William Crockford, a Londoner son of a fishmonger, was the owner of a gambling house that caught the attention of every English celebrity back in 1827. For several years this members’ club was a place of exclusiveness and tons of money circulated there, which led to him becoming one of England’s richest men. Besides having this business, Crockford was an entrepreneur and horse racing enthusiast.
Structured in walnut wood upholstered in linen, with carefully handcrafted rattan details, the Crockford Sofa honors William Crockford and his Gentlemen’s Club. A simpler version of this piece (rattan free) was also created, which is the perfect choice if you are looking for a more minimalistic style. To create an atmosphere of permanent elegance with a touch of grandiosity, this piece suits a room full of personality.
Materials and Finishes:
Structure: walnut wood