Original R. J. Horner bamboo lamp table with bird's eye maple top, circa 1880. Angled corners, crossed "fence" stretchers with center finial, lovely honey color. Excellent estate condition. It measures 37" W x 26.5" D x 29.5" H. In 1886, Robert J. Horner set up his business at 61-65 West 23rd Street in Manhattan. What made his marketing plan unique is that he targeted not only wealthy New Yorkers who were seeking to furnish or redecorate their homes, but those of more moderate means as well. In fact, the company specifically referenced "First-class and Medium Quality Furniture" in its advertising at the time. In this way, Horner took up where J. & J. W. Meeks had left off in 1868.