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UK Architectural Antiques. Suppliers of cast iron radiators and interiors

ESTABLISHED 1976ALL PRICES INCLUDE VAT

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Primary Image - Vintage Stacking Chairs

Vintage Stacking Chairs
Showing a sample six of the batch of vintage stacking chairs
Side view of the vintage stacking chairs
Showing the rear of the vintage stacking chair with bible holder
Close up of the bible holder of the vintage stacking chairs
UKAA Buy and Sell Vintage Stacking Chairs
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Retro Stacking Chairs

SOLD
SIMILAR WANTED

Ref: 7345

  • Vintage Stacking Chairs
    You are buying 1 Chair for the advertised price
  • These are a lovely batch of vintage industrial stacking chairs with a lovely classic design.
  • The chairs feature a comfortable bent plywood seat and rear bible holder
  • These chairs are very solid and they are very comfortable and stack as shown in the photographs
  • Salvaged from Waterside Methadist Church in Southampton
  • Please note the vast majority of the chairs have male and female connectors, if this is important to you then please state in your order.
  • The chairs measure - Seat Height 18" x 14" Wide at the front of the seat x 32" Tall
  • These chairs are suitable for home or commercial use
  • There are some scuff marks from years of use on these chairs commensurate with age.
  • Can’t Find What You’re Looking For... Click Here to View Our Other Church Chairs Available

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At UK Architectural Antiques we are always looking for new items to buy.

Our buyer is not office based - please note our sales staff cannot provided telephone valuations.

Our buyer buys remotely from your pictures and descriptions - then our driver collects and pays for the goods, therefore the buyer needs sufficient information so that he can make a decision without physically seeing the items.

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