Edward W. Phifer III, Joseph B. Manderson and John Victor Jokinen found EJ Victor, a privately-owned company focused on manufacturing premier furniture.
The company's initial focus on 18th century reproductions and traditional furniture is reflected in the logo.
The High Point showroom expansion provides additional space to showcase exciting new products with the design world.
EJ Victor introduces the Newport Historic Collections, based upon collections of nineteenth century American industrialists in Newport, Rhode Island.
EJ Victor unveils the first major designer collection – the Carol Hicks Bolton Collection – emphasizing ornate antique elements and rich fabrics.
The second expansion to the High Point Showroom provides additional space to display EJ Victor’s growing collections.
EJ Victor partners with Randall Tysinger, owner and connoisseur of one of the largest collections of European antiques in Northern America.
New logo aligns with the company's growth and direction.
EJ Victor establishes a furniture collection partnership with the renowned New York based interior designer Ryan Korban. Merging masculine and feminine identities with authentic craftsmanship and attention to detail, this collection skillfully embodies Korban's love of romance and brutalism.
EJ Victor partners with Browne & Moore. Fresh and refined, the Browne & Moore Collection is an artfully curated mix of elegant "Modern Classic" design elements that are instantly at home in almost any environment.
EJ Victor launches an exciting collection in collaboration with ED Ellen DeGeneres. Crafted by EJ Victor, the ED Ellen DeGeneres Collection offers an inclusive vision of style with modern, traditional and rustic design aesthetics. Focusing on sustainability using reclaimed wood, performance fabrics (from nearby mills) and natural materials and finishes.