Eric Elgin made and sold quality wooden furniture  with ELGIN/ENFIELD stamped into the base. Enfield being the town it was made. I have found it difficult to find out anything about Eric Elgin, but will continue my search.
Lines Bros produce a wide selection of dolls houses, but did not make furniture to furnish them. Eric Elgin supplied furniture to Lines Brothers without his makers stamp from approx. 1921/1922 onwards. He continued to make furniture for Lines until 1926, after that time they took over production themselves.
Dating is difficult, because of use of Elgin name stamp. Unmarked pieces would be from the Triang era, but it is difficult to say whether they are from the Elgin for Tri-and proper period [1922-1926] or whether they are Triang manufactured from Elgin designs.
This is lovely Dining Room furniture, very well made the wood turning is of very good quality.
The handles on the doors and drawer handles are made from looped metal, simple but decorative.
Each piece of furniture is stamped with the makers name ‘ELGIN ENFIELD’.