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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 Victorian ladder back chair with a wicker base. An stained oak frame with five rungs and a rush wicker seat.

A lovely patina throughout and sturdy seat base. 

Technical Information

Date: 19th century
Height: 97cm
Width: 48cm
Depth: 38cm

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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£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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£50

Wooden children's chair.

Characteristics

We have two available of these solid, well-made wooden chairs with slightly lower seat heights (41cm) and wide seat bases (41cm) making them perfect for children to use. With some minor bumps and knocks to the legs and edges but otherwise in good condition.  

Technical Information

Date: 20th century
Height: 77 cm
Width: 41 cm
Depth: 35 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

An Eames RAR Plastic Upholstered Rocking Chair by Herman Miller

Characteristics

This particular example is in striking racing green upholstery with a white fibreglass base. It was made by Summits Plastics as denoted by their embossed ‘S’ stamp in a circle on the seat base. In 1953 Herman Miller outsourced the production to various external manufacturers as is the case with this item. With the raised Herman Miller logo on the seat base.

In good condition, with fully restored rockers.

 

Technical Information

Date: Mid 20th century
Height: 69 cm
Width: 64 cm
Depth: 71 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

A Series 7 replica bent plywood chair on a polished chrome four-leg base.

Characteristics

Also known as the 3107 chair, the Series 7 chair was first produced in 1955, designed by Arne Jacobson and produced by Fritz Hansen. Experimentation with pressure moulding and laminating led to this iconic design, a forerunner of ‘60s pop style. A pressure moulded ash plywood frame is elevated on stackable, chrome-plated steel legs.

Condition is generally very good, with some superficial signs of use and minor scuffing.

Technical Information

Date: Mid 20th century
Height: 80.5 cm
Width: 50 cm
Depth: 52 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

A copy of the Vitra Panton Junior Chair in red.

Characteristics

This is a copy of the Vitra Panton Junior chair, echoing the iconic design of Werner Panton. This chair is made formed from a single piece of moulded plastic and being smaller in size is ideal for children.

With some minor scratches and scuffing to the leading edge of the front curve and around the top curve. Some other minor unobtrusive scuffing in places, as to be expected with a piece of this nature and its use.

Technical Information

Date: 21st century
Height: 55 cm
Width: 32.5 cm
Depth: 36 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

A Vitra Panton Junior Chair in light blue.

Characteristics

This instantly recognisable curved and cantilevered chair designed by Werner Panton and originally produced by Vitra is formed from a single piece of moulded plastic and being smaller in size is ideal for children. With the ‘Verner Panton’ and ‘vitra.’ embossed stamps on the reverse. 

With some minor scratches to the surface on the leading edges of the front curve, and around the upper edge. With the occasional, minor scuff in places, as to be expected with a piece of this nature and its use.

Technical Information

Date: 21st century
Height: 61 cm
Width: 38 cm
Depth: 42 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

A 19th century oak joint stool, with bobbin turned legs joined by stretchers. A wonderful rich patina throughout and in excellent, sturdy condition.

Technical Information

Date: 19th century
Height: 47 cm
Width: 43 cm
Depth 27.5 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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£50


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 pair of Arts and Crafts inlaid mahogany corner chairs, with floral design inlay to the backs and recently upholstered seat bases, in very good condition.

Technical Information

Date: 19th Century
Height: 76cm
Width:  42cm
Depth:  42cm

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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