There is a wide range of furniture available. Most of the pieces are made before 1940, but
some pieces are between 150 and 250 years old. Every piece is solid wood and made from
brilliant woods like Oak, Yellowwood, Oregon, Teak, Mahogany and Stinkwood. All the
pieces are fully restored before the customer collects them and should the customer wish to
change something on the piece, this is often done at no extra cost. When the customer
cannot find exactly what they require, then they are offered a custom-made option.
Restoration is undertaken on any item owned by the customer and this is always completed at
very low prices. Often a customer actually says they were anticipating to pay a far higher
The shop also stocks huge quantities of collectables. These take the form of silver, silver
plate, glass, porcelain, brass, tin, copper, leather or bakelite. All these items are old
and beautiful, whether it be merely a vase or a jug, a kettle, mirror, clock, radio,
candlestick or a vintage toy. The shop also stocks vintage jewellery like rings, brooches
and old watches. There is also a mind-boggling variety of water colour and oil paintings,
from well-known artists to total unknowns. Light fittings hang from the ceilings and these
range from crystal chandeliers to deco period pieces and metal or glass pieces.
The shop is well worth a visit and this is recommended, as the stock holding is so vast that
only a small portion can be displayed graphically. For example, only one table can be
displayed on the website, whereas another 20 may be available in the shop. If all 20 are not
suitable, then the shop will gladly make one to individual specifications.
Finally, all customers are treated with great individual care by Stacey who is the shop’s
sales lady. Stacey is very highly experienced and she always gives each customer her best
attention. If she needs to spend 1 or 2 hours with any customer, she is happy to do so,
just to make sure that the customer leaves feeling totally satisfied and happy!