Each collection represents the work of three hundred years of fine quality craftsmanship.
George Bensley’s craftsmen are the latest in a largely unbroken line of artisans that stretches back three hundred years to the guilds of master craftsmen of the British Golden Age of furniture design.
Smithfield serves up a rich mixture of styles. Employing English walnut veneers, a characteristic material of the late baroque in English furniture, its unique colours and textures add lightness to all period designs.
Fitzrovia is a room for the best company. The rarity and refinement in the materials and the sheer beauty of the designs in this collection elevate every meal to the status of fine dining.
Harmoniously blending periods and styles, materials and decoration, the Richmond four poster bedroom is a welcoming place to retire and a serene realm in which to prepare oneself for the day.
Bloomsbury is a multipurpose collection ready to accommodate quiet work or study as well as intimate entertaining. The combination of old world materials and modern leathers and fabrics brings it firmly up to date.
This Regency Living Room collection dazzles with exotic veneers, sparkles with gilding and richly patterned fabrics, and positively captivates your guests with its splendour.
The mahogany bedroom the beauty of the materials is displayed with the minimum of adornment. Such simplicity in design is a hallmark of Sheraton—styles that celebrate delicacy over detail in ways that resonate today.
The Georgian age describes a period of roughly one hundred years in which some of the finest furniture was conjured out of the workshops of the great master craftsmen.
Creating a balance for a room that reflects that most rational of eras demands an appreciation of the many forms and materials used in the Georgian age and applying those ideas with subtlety and care.
In the walnut bedroom, sleep commingles with dreams, dreams with desires. The brilliance of walnut in this collection of supremely elegant bedroom furniture, is heightened by contrasting marquetry inlays and herringbone veneers.
There is an undeniable warmth to the grain and colour of walnut that no other wood can emulate.
Decoration in the Golden Age of British furniture gave designers and makers an opportunity to inject influences from further afield into their work. In decorative pieces ideas from as far away as Egypt, Japan and China mix with styles developed in France, Italy and other European centres.
Craftsmanship is central to our work. We are craftsmen first and foremost, and connected through our passion for traditional skills to all generations of craftsmen designers and makers.
In contrast to the world of mass-production we still use the techniques and materials typical of the 18th and 19th centuries. We work by hand, often using antique materials and tools passed down through generations.
Selecting the finest furniture for your home is a vital part, but not the only part, of the challenge of interior design. Developing your ideas for each room, having a sense of the mood that each one is to create, and combining those with choices for furnishing and decoration are the essential elements of the art of designing fabulous interiors.
We are craftsmen first and foremost, and connected through our passion for traditional skills to all generations of craftsmen designers and makers.
Inspired by the golden age, George Bensley collections are leading the trend for mixing heritage and traditional design and materials in contemporary settings.
With three luxurious showrooms opening in Ho Chi Minh, Seoul and Hong Kong you’ll now be able to touch and admire the stunning beauty of our current collections.