1960s Teak Bentwood Sofa by Greaves & Thomas


  • £1,650.00
  • €1,926 Euro
  • $2,257 US Dollar

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1960s Teak Bentwood Sofa by Greaves & Thomas

1960s Greaves & Thomas Teak bentwood sofa. The sofa is formed from steam-bent solid Teak with curved sweeping armrests, a spindle back with turned, tapered, flared legs. The seat and buttoned back cushion are upholstered in flame orange and gold fabric. The backrest can be removed and scatter cushions can be placed there instead which will expose the beautiful feature spindles.

Greaves & Thomas was a London based company that specialised in high-end contemporary furniture which included sideboards and armchairs. During the 1950s/60s they hired designers to create contemporary well-designed furniture. Walter Cornell designed for the company during this period. His designs featured clean lines and a Danish influence. In 1967, Greaves & Thomas was taken over by low-cost furniture maker Schreiber.

In very good vintage condition. Reupholstered and brand new webbing.


  • H: 74cm (29.13in)
  • W: 180cm (70.87in)
  • D: 74cm (29.13in)



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The Old Cinema was just that, a local picture house circa 1908 to 1934, when it was relinquished and remained dark for two decades– apart from a brief spell as parachute storage during WWII.

The building reopened in the 1950's selling Victorian furniture and was soon attracting a strong export market as traditional British antiques became the vogue around Europe, America and Japan.

During the 1970s, the site narrowly avoided demolition by a supermarket chain. Instead, a couple of local antique dealers obtained the freehold, refurbished the old building and created the much loved local attraction that continues to inspire visitors with its eccentric mix of furniture and accessories.


Today’s stock is more diverse and unpredictable than ever. One morning the buyers pour over cargo from Scandinavia or the USA, whilst the next might bring a consignment of glass from Eastern Europe, lighting from Italy, or carvings and textiles from India. The ever-changing inventory makes The Old Cinema an unbeatable shopping destination for trade clients and private buyers alike. From kitsch Americana to period antique, Mad Men-style rosewood to hardcore industrial, Asian arts to French decadence, our finds have already made it onto the set of Hollywood movies, into exclusive hotels, fine restaurants and bakeries , trendy bars and boutiques , celebrity homes and castles. Despite its global appeal and size, The Old Cinema remains a family business and retains a friendly informality which helps to retain its unique character and operating style.

If you're interested in dealing at The Old Cinema, please email Will Hanness at [email protected]

Places of interest in Chiswick include Chiswick House and Gardens and Hogarth's House

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