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Characteristics

A pair of ladder back chairs with wicker rush bases and five rungs.

A lovely patina throughout and sturdy seat bases. 

Technical Information

Date: 19th century
Height: 95cm
Width: 47cm
Depth: 37cm

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


Characteristics

A mid-Victorian painted pine chest in pale green, of two short over two long drawers on a plinth base. Showing age related wear and with some minor paint loss, in particular around the knobs, otherwise in good condition.

Technical Information

Date: 19th century
Height: 83.5 cm
Width:  88 cm
Depth: 51 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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£50


Characteristics

 

We have one of these rustic milking stools left, on four legs.

 

Technical Information

Date: 19th century
Height: 46cm
Width: 49.5cm
Depth: 27cm

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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£50


Characteristics

A particularly elegantly shaped Victorian chair.

In very good condition. 

Technical Information

Date: c.1870 
Height: 86 cm
Width: 58 cm
Depth: 45 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

19th century pine farmhouse table with legs and base painted in a distressed off white. Two drawers to one side and lovely turned legs. Could comfortably seat ten people. Fully restored table top in excellent condition.

Technical Information

Date: 19th century
Height:  77.5cm
Length:  245cm
Width:   105.5cm

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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£70


Characteristics

A large ladder backed carver chair with five rungs and a rush seat. In good, solid condition throughout.

Technical Information

Date: 1790-1820
Height: 113cm
Width:  64cm
Depth:  50cm

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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