Kimbel & Cabus

The immigrant cabinetmakers Anthony Kimbel and Joseph Cabus formed a partnership in 1862 and became one of New York City’s leading furniture and decorating firms. They combined British and Continental European design sources to create a wide range of furniture, and used innovative production and sales techniques to offer their products to the growing middle class.

Anthony Kimble (1822 - 1895) was born into a family of furniture makers from Mainz, Germany, an important furniture manufacturing center in the 18th- and 19th century. Anthony emigrated to America in the late 1840s, where he partnered with Anton Bembe to form Bembe and Kimbel in 1854, creating furniture in the Rococo-revival style. Shortly after Bembe died, Kimbel founded a new firm with French-born cabinet-maker Joseph Cabus (1824 - 1898). The Kimbel & Cabus partnership was dissolved in 1882, with Kimbel going into business with his sons, as A. Kimbel & Sons, and Cabus forming his own shop.

For nearly two decades, the collection of Bloomberry has been driven by the cultural reference between architecture, art and design.

The quality of our collection is reflected in the sophistication of craftsmanship and the character of the scars of time. Our restoration workshops are built around the same principal and work to the highest degree of craftsmanship.

Bloomberry is housed in a former textile factory and is located near Maastricht, in the south of The Netherlands. Within an hour of Antwerp and Cologne. Within two hours from Amsterdam and four hours from Paris.

Bloomberry offers worldwide shipping.