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Barker and Stonehouse if you are oop north. we have their Asquith sofas which are essentially pre-battered and properly knackered-looking Chesterfields.
Are they compulsory?
eBay. There's loads of antique furniture dealers on there and a surprising amount do delivery too.I have a sofa and a club chair in green. From two different sellers but match perfectly.
mine's quite old, and chocolate brown.
local paper, (very local) there it was for £75. the biggest bargain of my life I think. I never sit in it as I don't find it very comfy, and it's cold!! Looks the mutt's tho.
Free cycle, originally from habitat. It's lovely and very comfortable
MrsJamin we got a couple of William Blakes; the leather is butter soft and they've been ageing beautifully.Not the cheapest, but I can honestly say they were worth every penny.
Bought an old one from local antiques shop. There's loads on ebay too if you like the older ones like me.
That's a shame. I bought mine about three/four years ago. I got the matching arm chairs and mine is the traditional brown (not red). I know that multiyork also do a chesterfield type sofa but I am not sure it's on their website.
John Lewis only have this silver one at the moment - very disappointing.
John Lewis and I love it. Just gets better with age
Ooh they look lovely, I love the idea of getting it from a smaller British company anyway. Have requested a brochure. Which one did you get?
I looked in local shops for AGES and ended up getting ours online from Chesterfields1780 (sorry cant link on phone)The quality is impeccable and the customer service is amazing, we were ridiculously fussy and they catered to every whim.
I can't seem to find a Chesterfield in a local showroom... have any of you ordered from one of the Chesterfield internet shops?
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