Antique Dealers: the British Antique Trade in the 20th Century

Harman and Lambert

Harman and Lambert trace their history to Francis Lambert (b.1778), who established a shop retailing jewellery and making and retailing silver at 11-12 Coventry Street, London in 1803. William Rawlings entered the partnership in c.1819 and the business was renamed Lambert & Rawlings. 

In 1916 the Lambert & Rawlings business was absorbed into Harman & Co and became Harman and Lambert.

Trading Names

Harman and Lambert 1916 - 1932

Classifications

Antique Metalwork: Antique Silver 1920

Specialisms

Antique and Modern Silver 1922

Trading Classifications

Antique Silver Dealers c.1922 - c.1932

People

No People

Locations

177, New Bond Street, W1, London, England c.1922 - c.1932

Objects Sold

No Objects Sold

Objects Bought

No Objects Bought