Victoria & Son was launched to showcase the designs that have evolved over the 80+ years of Frederick P. Victoria & Son, Inc. Some of these designs are new takes on ones which we have produced over the years, and others are entirely new. Being a family run business provides us with a common thread and the shared experiences of our predecessors. This heritage is a unique resource and serves as a design reference and inspiration. We then set simple quality expectations – to only accept pieces we would live with at home. 


About Frederick P. Victoria & Son, Inc. 

Our company was established in New York City in 1933 by Frederick and specialized in unusual and high-quality English and Continental antiques. The firm quickly began to also offer full production capabilities for bespoke cabinetry, metalwork, finishing and upholstery. The company is now run by Frederick’s son, Tony, a respected expert in the field of 18th Century French furniture and decorative arts, and by Tony’s own son, Freddy. We continue to offer unusual antiques, our own fine furniture, custom design services & production, and three generations worth of design experience and expertise.


Current and Past Clients:

The Duke & Duchess of Windsor, Billy Baldwin, Syrie Maugham, Elise De Wolfe, Grace Kelly, Dorothy Draper, Lauren Bacall, Parish Hadley, Robert Metzger, Mark Hampton, Michael Taylor, Albert Hadley, McMillen, David Easton & Associates, Michael Smith, Robert Couturier, The Office of Thierry W. Despont, M Group, Tucker & Marks, Thomas Britt, Alex Papachristidis, Arturo Pani, Melanie Kahane, John Gerald, Maurice Weir, Tony Hale, Kalef Alaton, Michael SimonRuben De Saavedra, Arthur Smith, Jed Johnson and Associates, Jay Spectre, Charlotte Moss, George Stacey, Jock Whitney, William Hodgins, Morton Downey, Bunny Williams, David Kleinberg, Mario Buatta, Juan Montoya, Thomas Jayne, Cullman & Kravis, Brian McCarthy, Richard Keith Langham, Steven Gambrel, Studio Sofield, Victoria Hagan, Howard Slatkin

The  Master Chair-Maker's Art is the catalog published by Frederick P. Victoria & Son for its 1984 exhibit of the same name. It includes 30 examples of some of the finest and most unusual French chairs from 1710 - 1800 covering the Late Louis XIV, Regence, Louis XV, Louis XVI, and Consulate styles. Accompanying these chairs are introductory essays by Anthony Victoria, Olivier Bernier, and Mark Hampton as well as a Glossary of the French terms and a Bibliography.  

Upon purchase, you will receive an email with a link the to the PDF file of the book for your use.