In 1943, Hamilton try his luck at furniture manufacturing in America. 24 chairs were produced each day. The hammary furniture company derived its name from Hamilton (Ham) and his wife, Mary (mary), therefore Hammary. Late in 1947, Mr. Hamilton began to manufacture a series of occasional tables. In 1948, the company started making mahogany and gum tables featuring leather and mahogany tops, shifting the next year to leather tops with authentic Honduras mahogany.
It is often known for its Hammary Table collection, which contain an assortment of items such as rectangular, square and oval Hammary Cocktail Tables , Hammary ChairSide Tables, Hammary End Tables, Console Tables, Accent Tables, Lamp Tables and Sofa Tables in a choice of wood or glass tops. In addition to tables manufactured from various species of wood, Hammary also carries tables fabricated from metals such as wrought iron, cast iron or cast aluminum with wood, glass tops, or marble.
Hammary offers many collections, but among the best renowned is Hidden Treasures. Hammary Hidden Treasures collection is a group of accent furniture from across the globe that greatly completes Hammary’s broad range of occasional furniture. It boasts of furniture that is designed for todays lifestyle and inspired by the many historic places.