Traditional Furniture

Inspired By the English Furniture Design History
The designs of our fine oak furniture are based on period styles, adapted for modern day use. Although we are called Tudor Oak, the traditional reproduction furniture we make is inspired by the styles seen not only in the late Tudor period, but also Stuart, the periods described as Jacobean, Cromwellian, Carolean, William & Mary, Queen Anne and Georgian.

Wide Range of Fine Furniture to Suit All Tastes
If you favour grand, imposing traditional furniture designs, then you may be interested in an early 17th century style pieces of the Tudors, such as our magnificent and lavishly carved 4 poster oak bed with panelled ceiling and available with flame panels.

We have a wide range of Jacobean style pieces, including dressers, sideboards and dining tables. They are recognisable by their distinctive geometric mouldings and are finished with close attention to every detail, including brass drop handles, made specifically for Tudor Oak using our own moulds to match the style of the furniture.

Our fine oak furniture is synonymous with good taste, excellent quality and is built to last and be enjoyed by generations. Please take a closer look at our extensive Traditional furniture collection, accumulated over 40 years. From sideboards to dressers, desks to dining tables, and coffee tables to cabinets, there is a perfect piece of fine oak traditional reproduction furniture for every room in your house!


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