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Dining Table

£40.00
Burnham-On-Sea

Hygena space saver round table. Wood effect table with metal legs and four leather effect chairs. Not much use. Good condition.

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COAL HELMET SCUTTLE

£65.00
Stoke-Sub-Hamdon

HAMMERED COPPER, LARGE ON TOP, SMALLER HANDLE AT BACK FACILITATES PUTTING COAL ON FIRE. EXCELLENT CONDITION THROUGHOUT.

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Wooden round 'wine table' - Roughmoor

£10.00
Taunton

Wine table, tripod legs. Originally purchased from Calverts Furniture Store, 35 years ago.

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Mahogany Nest of Three Tables

£50.00

Bevelled glass top to largest table. All three slot together. Excellent unmarked condition.

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CHRISTMAS POT-POURRI

£8.00
Stoke-Sub-Hamdon

Large container 415g of Christmas tree fragrance pot-pourri in presentation box. New.

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VELVET THROW

£20.00
Stoke-Sub-Hamdon

Extra large double sided supersoft plush velour and fleece throw, deep raspberry red. Ideal for lounge or bedroom. Washable, 150cm x 200cm, new.

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