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Hand Painted & Distressed Childrens Church Stacking Chairs

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Hand Painted & Distressed Childrens Church Stacking Chairs

£45

7 chairs in stock - Ref: 8779

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  • You are Buying 1 x Childrens Stacking Chair for the Advertised Price
  • These have been hand painted and then distressed at UKAA.
  • The stacking chairs are solid.
  • The chairs were reclaimed from Bryants Hill Church in Bristol which opened in Circa 1900.
  • Colours are as follows: Laura Ashley - Pale Charcoal (Grey), F&B - Charlottes Lock (Orange), Dulux Ral 5024 (Light Blue), F&B - Minster Green, F&B - Hague Blue (Dark Blue), F&B - Mahogany (Brown) and Ral 1023 (Yellow).
  • Laura Ashley, F&B - Mahogany (Brown) and F&B - Charlottes Lock measure: 22 ½" Tall x 13" Seat Height x 12 ¾" Seat Width.
  • Dulux Ral 5024 (Light Blue) and Ral 1023 (Yellow) measure: 21" Tall x 12" Seat Height x 11 ½" Seat Width.
  • F&B - Minster Green and F&B - Hague Blue (Dark Blue) measure: 23 ½" Tall x 14" Seat Height x 12 ¾" Seat Width.
  • Please let us know which one(s) you want at point of order.

Click Here To Read Our Guide On Church, Chapel and School Chairs

Delivery:

We can deliver this item insured and tracked within mainland UK for £25.00.

We can deliver worldwide please contact the office for a shipping price.

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