Armchairs /Settees / Chairs


New in – Gillows of Lancsater

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Sheraton style two seated sofa – completely refurbished and reupholstered in beautiful linen floral fabric. Circa 1875 – stamped and numbered. Its a stunning sofa coil sprung seat and back on an inlaid mahogany frame by one of the periods top furniture makers – we think we have given it a fresh twist that makes this piece a rare one off. I will be fitting the brass castors back on this week. The photographs show a cushion seat that we have had made – the sofa is sprung seated so this is just an added extra should you want to use it. This is an incredibly rare sofa – the last one we had was sold in Liberty’s of London for over £3000 – This exceptionally beautiful piece is £1750 direct from us.



Some new stock – we currently have some lovely fully refurbished Armchairs and wingbacks – we also have a lovely 1880’s Gillows two seater and two early Ercol armchairs currently being refurbished – please phone for more details


Greatest hits

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Here’s a selection of past and present stock from antique to mid century including Parker Knoll, Ercol, Kinnsman, Guy Rogers and Gillows

We offer a full professional re-upholstery service so please get in touch for a quote. Our finished chairs always go fast via Instagram – you can follow us @lostandfoundclitheroe to see new stock as it arrives. So if you see a chair and want it recovering in a particular fabric or cover – that’s no problem.

1 Victoria Street, Clitheroe, BB7 1BJ.

New stock added weekly – please get in touch if you have any questions about availability or delivery.

For all enquiries

Tel: 07756211120

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