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A Rum Fellow Ashbourne Sofa - Cumatz & Chingo Brocade

Ashbourne Sofa - Cumatz & Chingo Brocade
£5,082.00

A Rum Fellow Ashbourne Sofa - Cumatz & Chingo Brocade

Ashbourne Sofa - Cumatz & Chingo Brocade
£5,082.00
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Description

An elegant 2 seater sofa with a gentle curved back. Handcrafted and skillully upholstered in England. The frame is solid beech wood.

Upholstered in an exuberant combination of 'Cumatz' and 'Luna' handcrafted brocade textiles. This combination features 15 individual brocade panels, each taking a weaver 1 month to achieve. We work with a Maya weaving cooperative in Guatemala to create these works of art on cloth

 

Delivery Information

Free UK Delivery For Orders Over £100

Cushions 10-14 working days delivery

Furniture 10-12 weeks delivery

Rugs 10-18 weeks delivery

Dimensions

W68cm x D78cm x H103cm x SH42cm

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Measuring for your new furniture

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  • 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.
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  • Take into account objects such as banisters and turns, radiators and light fittings.