Ercol Furniture

Ercol was founded during the 1920's by Italian born Lucian Ercolani.  The company and their furniture has been through many changes over the years, but Ercol remain one of the UK's most highly respected makers of high quality furniture.   We specialise in mainly their Mid-Century ranges, dating from the 1950's through to the 1970's and 80's, during which time the vast majority of pieces were made using a mix of solid English Elm and Beech Wood.  

Ercol Windsor Range

Their Windsor range is probably the most popular and best known of Ercol furniture designs.  The simple, yet stylish designs are completely timeless, looking as good today, as they did back in the 1950's, when the range was first launched, which makes their furniture so sought after.

Ercol Windsor Plank Table

Mid-Century Ercol tables typically have English Elm tops and Beech underframe and legs.  Their simple clean design with stylishly tapered and splayed legs are instantly recognisable - perfectly illustrated by this iconic Ercol Windsor Plank Table. 

Ercol Grand Windsor
Extending Dining Table

This is the extending version of the Ercol Plank Table.  Grand Windsor Dining Tables, extend from a generous six seater as featured here, to seat ten diners.  They are an unusal design, having a fifth leg to support the cente leaves, when extended.

Ercol Windsor Sideboards

The design features of the Windsor Dining Table extend to their range of Windsor Sideboards, which combine ample storage and functionality, while maintaining a simple, yet stylish design.

Ercol Windsor Dining Chairs

Quaker Chairs

The Ercol Windsor Quaker Chair is probably their most popular range of dining chairs, sharing the splayed leg design of the dining tables.

Goldsmith Chairs

Ercols' Windsor Goldsmith Dining Chairs are a variation of the Quaker Chair, sharing similar features, but a more traditional stick back design.

Hoopback Chairs

The Ercol Windsor Hoopbacked Chair is probably their most enduring range of chairs, having been in production, in one form or another, since the 1940's through to the present day.