- 1929

The Weston Group is an early example of machine-produced furniture at the company. It encapsulates Gordon’s aim to manufacture excellently designed and well-made furniture, using both hand-craft and machine. This was a key goal for Gordon as he was keen to ensure high quality design was affordable to all. The Weston Group would have been made in batches of up to 25 sets. The parts, made from solid oak, were machined and then assembled/finished by hand.



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