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G. T. Rackstraw

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1947.

of St. Martins Works, Castle Street, Worcester. Telephone: Worcester 3577

1936 A Burr Walnut and Teak lounge table from RMS Queen Mary by G. T. Rackstraw Ltd, circa 1936, with removable top with stretchers under with maker's ivorine location plate, nickel-plated brass topped lower stretchers to deck securing point, terminating in nickel-plated feet. [1]

1947 British Industries Fair Advert as 'Ambassadors of Craftsmanship'. Authentic Period Reproduction Furnishings. Manufacturers of High Grade Early English and Eighteenth Century Reproductions of Period Furniture, Architectural Woodwork, Interior Decoration for Ships, Hotels and Public Buildings. Complete Schemes Prepared or to Architects Specifications and Drawings. (Furniture Section - Earls Court, 1st Floor, Stands No. 700 and 757) [2]


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  1. [1] Charles Miller Ltd
  2. 1947 British Industries Fair Advert 318; and p226