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Pair of Unique Church Chairs

£295
(No reclaimable VAT)

In stock - Ref: D1764

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  • Pair of Unique Church Chairs
  • These are lovely Church Chair that would look great around a kitchen or dining table.
  • These chairs are the same condition, colour and style.
  • Each chair has been hand carved with a name and a date.
  • Painted in Farrow & Ball - Pavilion Gray here at UKAA then distressed.
  • These chairs were reclaimed from Hayling Island Baptist Church.
  • The seat height is 18" the width at the front of the chairs is 13 ½" and the overall height is 33".
  • There is evidence of old woodworm - We have treated this again as a precaution.
  • These chairs would of been paid for by members of the Church who would of then dedicated the chair to a family member.
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We can deliver this item insured and tracked within mainland UK for £55.00.

We can deliver this pair of chairs for the standard delivery charge to your area

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