Indian Asian FurnitureSOLID WOOD INDIAN FURNITURE Our solid wood Indian furniture is handcrafted from hand picked sheesham wood. our unique pieces of furniture will offer a different look to your home and will fit in well with other furniture types. The wood is easily recognisable with its distinctive dark and light patterns, unique in every piece of furniture. The eye catching iron work is a common fixture to the many ranges of our furniture. Furniture is hand crafted and with the best quality finish, lengthy hand waxed and polished to give the most attractive finish. - In-house curing of timber. - Every product is 100% solid wood. - All timber is sourced from sustainable sources. - Furniture is modern in design, hand picked to create functional furniture, sleek and stylish designs finished in a rich dark stain. - Solid grade A wood with a distinctive look that will add warmth to any room. We have many different finishes, sizes and styles, please feel free to contact us for more information. Please call to check availability. OPENING TIMES: Our outlet and office is open Monday to Sat 10 am to 4 pm, we are available during this time. Any inquiries or orders made on a Saturday, Sunday or Bank Holidays will be dealt with on the next business day. Contact numbers: 07955872764 or 0845 5199269, If the phone lines are busy please leave a message or alternatively fill out the form on the Contact Us page and we will get back to you as soon as possible. COURIER SERVICE We have now expanded our new business, presenting it to to world wide web,our goal is to expand our delivery service to reach a much wider audience in the UK mainland. All items purchased through the online shop will be delivered by our courrier service within 21 days, all items are calculated by size, weight and postcode. At present we are able to offer the following: Deliveries are undertaken during office hours Mon - Fri and will require a signiture. Orders that are re-rout...
59g Old Sarum Airfield
0845 519 9269
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