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G-Plan borrowed much from designers such as Robin Day, who pioneered contemporary furniture design. Gomme updated the style of G-Plan throughout the fifties, sixties and seventies.
The highlight of the range was a 7 ft 6 inch sideboard in teak, which had unusual square rosewood handles.
This chair was very much a male thing; it could have come straight out of a James Bond movie.
It was the chair that Michael Caine as Jack Carter, knocked Cliff Brumby into in the classis film "Get Carter".
"Lumbered with Limba", was a phrase in common currency.
Although Limba was a disaster for Gomme, the firm had one notable success in 1962.
The dressing table had a special hidden drawer for jewellery.