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Alfred Hobbs Oak & High Gloss Cloudy Brown Vellum Chest by Julian Chichester


Alfred Hobbs Oak & High Gloss Cloudy Brown Vellum Chest by Julian Chichester

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A beautiful chest of two spacious drawers. Available with Black Vellum drawers and  a Dark Smoked Oak body or with Cloudy Brown Vellum drawers with a Antique Hobbs Oak frame. Both have contrasting Brass drawer frames.

Brass is a hand applied finish which is moulded and beaten by hand. As a result, the finish is unique in both appearance and texture.

 Vellum is a natural skin with no two pieces exactly alike, therefore variation in shade and tone along with physical characteristics are inevitable and may change over time.

Please enquire for addition costs for a white glove service. This includes the unpacking of goods, placing them in situ (excluding wall hanging and fixing) and the removal of rubbish.

Delivery Information

2 weeks delivery

16-22 weeks delivery - Bespoke


Width 120cm x Depth 50cm x Height 80cm

Check Your Measurements & Access

When you are ordering a new item of furniture please remember to make sure it fits into your home. Here are a few handy tips to make sure all goes swimmingly with your new delivery.

Measuring for your new furniture

  • Decide exactly where you would like to place your furniture.
  • Measure the area where you want to place your furniture.
  • Sketch a rough plan including dimensions to help you visualise how it will fit into your room.
  • Note the width, height, and depth of the product you want to order, allowing a few inches for tolerance.

Remember to check your access

  • Ensure all widths and diagonal depths of your new furniture measure less than the dimensions of your homes entry points e.g. doorways, side gates, hallways and stairways.
  • If your existing furniture came in easily, compare the measurements with the model you want to replace it with.
  • The diagonal height should be less than the entryway you are planning to use.
  • Take into account objects such as banisters and turns, radiators and light fittings.

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