The company has built a reputation with the world’s leading architects and designers for crafting the finest fireplaces, fire grates, lighting, and furniture.
Jamb is fastidious in its study of historical detail leading to the purest of designs. Being in possession of antique chimneypieces has enabled them to create replicas with an unparalleled level of historical accuracy.
Available in custom sizing and to your specification of marble or stone.
All chimneypieces are finished to order. Jamb technicians oil and wax the marble to seal the material, showing the true tone of the marble and giving a muted surface that is not a high polish. They can apply varying levels of aging and distressing to the marble, and samples will be provided in advance to agree the desired patina.
BRECCIA DI SERRAVEZZA
BRECCIA DI MEDICEA
Complete the look with fire grates & accessories.
All of Jamb’s fire grates and fireplace accessories are foundry made, incorporating hand crafted techniques such as forging and engraving.
BLESSINGTON REGISTER GRATE
BOWOOD FIRE BASKET
CHANCERY FIRE GRATE
ASTAIRE FIRE DOGS
The globe lantern has become the signature shape of Jamb lighting. They also produce over thirty designs inspired by antique originals which have been added to the collection for their timeless feel and exceptional beauty.
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FENTON WALL LANTERN
BAXTER TABLE LAMP
All Jamb light fixtures are available in a variety of custom finishes.
All furniture is hand made using traditional cabinet making techniques from the finest sustainable timber.
Jamb’s furniture collection continues their tradition of re-creating classic design with exceptional quality.
Our Top Furniture Picks
Modelled on an early 18th century giltwood and gesso pier or console table, attributed to James Moore (c.1715) and present in the apartments of King George IV at Windsor Castle.
A reproduction Howard and Sons two-seater sofa, based on an early model and upholstered in reproduction Howard and Sons ticking, with traditional siege de duvet style of upholstery, turned oak legs and brass casters.
Convex Bucranium Mirror
This circular mirror frame has a distinctive ‘bucranium’ or ox skull cresting. The bucranium motif originated through the practice of adorning Roman temples with sacrificial oxen and garlanding them with fruit and flowers.
Hand constructed and jointed, the design carries an overall linking quatrefoil decoration, raised on ‘X form’ supports and with turned stretchers.
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Chicago, IL 60654