Frederick P. Victoria & Son, Inc. was established in 1933 by Frederick and quickly became known as a reliable resource for unusual and high-quality English and Continental antiques in New York City. Less well known was the fact that early on the company began to also offer full production capabilities to its top clients. These services included bespoke cabinetry, metalwork, finishing and upholstery to achieve the precise, and sometimes ambitious, results desired by its clients. After WWII, both the antique collections and the custom work of the company continued to earn a respected reputation. While clients included well respected families, artists and royalty, the company continued to focus on delivering the finest quality pieces and services, and for at least one client went so far as to keep the client’s actual name from its own workers. While all projects were drawn by hand in full-scale to ensure precise production, some projects had a special quality and the plans were kept on file. After spending many years filed away, these plans are now being cataloged in the Victoria Design Library. The Library currently has over 1200 cataloged designs. The company is now run by Frederick’s son, Tony, a respected expert in the field of 18th Century French furniture and decorative arts, and by Tony’s own son, Freddy. They continue to offer unusual antiques, fine bespoke furniture and three generations worth of design experience and expertise.