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£70


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An 18th century panelled oak coffer with carved muntins over stile feet. With rectangular lid on later hinges providing generous storage. In very good condition.

Technical Information

Date: 18th century
Height: 61 cm
Width: 117 cm
Depth: 53 cm

Sustainability

The average piece of furniture generates approximately 47kg of carbon dioxide equivalents – roughly the same as burning 5.3 gallons of petrol. Buying this item second-hand versus a newly made equivalent recovers the energy used to make it, rather than generating further emissions and using new materials.

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£70


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A 19th century light blue painted pine chest of three drawers with panelled detail to the sides. The paintwork is distressed throughout, but all drawers are in good working order.

Technical Information

Date: 19th century
Height: 86 cm
Width: 68 cm
Depth: 57.5 cm

Sustainability

The average piece of furniture generates approximately 47kg of carbon dioxide equivalents – roughly the same as burning 5.3 gallons of petrol. Buying this item second-hand versus a newly made equivalent recovers the energy used to make it, rather than generating further emissions and using new materials.

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£70


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A pair of beech chairs, with cane to the seat bases and backs, early 20th century. The cane in very good condition, the chairs with a lovely patina.

Technical Information

Date: early 20th century
Height:  90.5 cm
Width:  45 cm
Depth:  39 cm

Sustainability

The average piece of furniture generates approximately 47kg of carbon dioxide equivalents – roughly the same as burning 5.3 gallons of petrol. Buying this item second-hand versus a newly made equivalent recovers the energy used to make it, rather than generating further emissions and using new materials.

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£100


Characteristics

An Art Deco light oak twin pedestal desk of eight drawers, with key. Generally in very good condition and working order. The leather top shows minor signs of wear.

Technical Information

Date: 20th century
Height: 76 cm
Width: 76 cm
Length: 137 cm

Sustainability

The average piece of furniture generates approximately 47kg of carbon dioxide equivalents – roughly the same as burning 5.3 gallons of petrol. Buying this item second-hand versus a newly made equivalent recovers the energy used to make it, rather than generating further emissions and using new materials.

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£5


Characteristics

SylvaC was founded in 1894 in Longton, Stoke-On-Trent, Staffordshire. SylvaC items are often described as being a combination of pottery and sculpting, taking pottery beyond utilitarian use to produce items which are both decorative and functional. The styling of SylvaC goods is distinctively early twentieth century/Art Deco, often infused with a lively sense of humour.

This item likely dates from the 1940s or 1950s due to the impressed mark with model number 4553 on base.

Technical Information

Date: 20th century
Height: 14 cm
Width: 12 cm

Sustainability

The average piece of furniture generates approximately 47kg of carbon dioxide equivalents – roughly the same as burning 5.3 gallons of petrol. Buying this item second-hand versus a newly made equivalent recovers the energy used to make it, rather than generating further emissions and using new materials.

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£5


Characteristics

SylvaC was founded in 1894 in Longton, Stoke-On-Trent, Staffordshire. SylvaC items are often described as being a combination of pottery and sculpting, taking pottery beyond utilitarian use to produce items which are both decorative and functional. The styling of SylvaC goods is distinctively early twentieth century/Art Deco, often infused with a lively sense of humour.

This item likely dates from the 1940s or 1950s due to the impressed mark with model number 4551 on base.

Technical Information

Date: 20th century
Height: 10.5 cm
Width: 14 cm

Sustainability

The average piece of furniture generates approximately 47kg of carbon dioxide equivalents – roughly the same as burning 5.3 gallons of petrol. Buying this item second-hand versus a newly made equivalent recovers the energy used to make it, rather than generating further emissions and using new materials.

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£5


Characteristics

Wooden card box with a roulette wheel set into the lid and wind up musical mechanism in the base. The body of the box curves outwards to either side, and two feet run the full width of the bottom of the box in a darker wood. The lid is also a darker contrasting shade and has a couple of very small scratches, as can be seen in the images.

Technical Information

Date: 19th century
Height: 10cm
Width: 10cm

Length: 20cm

Sustainability

The average piece of furniture generates approximately 47kg of carbon dioxide equivalents – roughly the same as burning 5.3 gallons of petrol. Buying this item second-hand versus a newly made equivalent recovers the energy used to make it, rather than generating further emissions and using new materials.

Celery

£30

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Characteristics

A vase of celery design in the style of SylvaC. 

Technical Information

Date: 20th century
Height: 21cm
Width: 10cm

Sustainability

The average piece of furniture generates approximately 47kg of carbon dioxide equivalents – roughly the same as burning 5.3 gallons of petrol. Buying this item second-hand versus a newly made equivalent recovers the energy used to make it, rather than generating further emissions and using new materials.

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£5


Characteristics

SylvaC was founded in 1894 in Longton, Stoke-On-Trent, Staffordshire. SylvaC items are often described as being a combination of pottery and sculpting, taking pottery beyond utilitarian use to produce items which are both decorative and functional. The styling of SylvaC goods is distinctively early twentieth century/Art Deco, often infused with a lively sense of humour.

This pair likely dates from the 1940s or 1950s due to the impressed mark with model number 4906 on the bases.

Technical Information

Date: 20th century
Height: 9 cm
Width: 12 cm

Sustainability

The average piece of furniture generates approximately 47kg of carbon dioxide equivalents – roughly the same as burning 5.3 gallons of petrol. Buying this item second-hand versus a newly made equivalent recovers the energy used to make it, rather than generating further emissions and using new materials.

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£100


Characteristics

A Chinese red lacquered marriage cabinet, likely from the 18th or 19th century. The doors are decorated with foliate detail, and open to reveal a hanging rail running the whole width. With original brass handles, and finished in traditional red lacquer which has worn in places as shown in the photos.

Technical Information

Date: 18/19th century
Height: 179 cm
Width: 120 cm
Depth: 60 cm

Sustainability

The average piece of furniture generates approximately 47kg of carbon dioxide equivalents – roughly the same as burning 5.3 gallons of petrol. Buying this item second-hand versus a newly made equivalent recovers the energy used to make it, rather than generating further emissions and using new materials.

Chutney

£30

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£5


Characteristics

SylvaC was founded in 1894 in Longton, Stoke-On-Trent, Staffordshire. SylvaC items are often described as being a combination of pottery and sculpting, taking pottery beyond utilitarian use to produce items which are both decorative and functional. The styling of SylvaC goods is distinctively early twentieth century/Art Deco, often infused with a lively sense of humour.

This item likely dates from the 1940s or 1950s due to the impressed mark with model number on base.

Technical Information

Date: 20th century
Height: 14 cm
Width: 12 cm

Sustainability

The average piece of furniture generates approximately 47kg of carbon dioxide equivalents – roughly the same as burning 5.3 gallons of petrol. Buying this item second-hand versus a newly made equivalent recovers the energy used to make it, rather than generating further emissions and using new materials.

Coleslaw

£35

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£5


Characteristics

SylvaC was founded in 1894 in Longton, Stoke-On-Trent, Staffordshire. SylvaC items are often described as being a combination of pottery and sculpting, taking pottery beyond utilitarian use to produce items which are both decorative and functional. The styling of SylvaC goods is distinctively early twentieth century/Art Deco, often infused with a lively sense of humour.

This item likely dates from the 1940s or 1950s due to the impressed mark with model number 4750 on base.

Technical Information

Date: 20th century
Height: 12cm
Width: 13.5cm

Sustainability

The average piece of furniture generates approximately 47kg of carbon dioxide equivalents – roughly the same as burning 5.3 gallons of petrol. Buying this item second-hand versus a newly made equivalent recovers the energy used to make it, rather than generating further emissions and using new materials.

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