Poldark and Brooding

Cornish CrossPoldark fever strikes Cornwall again as the filming starts this week for the much awaited second series of the Poldark/Warleggan saga.

What a lucky crew being able to work in such a stunning environment!

Get the 18th Century look with some key pieces from our Heritage range; like this amazing George III Tilting Wine Table in Cuban mahogany. Dated around 1760, this could easily be just what our lovely Captain Ross desired for his parlour. The table top is in one solid piece of mahogany, a real heirloom to keep in your family.

Or perhaps you prefer to eat in style at our William IV Dining Table ? This traditional design of the era is a solid build quality, is designed to last. Beautifully turned legs, in good condition with original castors still intact.

We also have some great solid oak and walnut pieces that would ‘look-the-part’ despite being late 19th and early 20th century in origin:

Victorian Washstand                         Oak Carver Chair                        1900 Court Cupboard

You can find more heirloom Heritage styling on our website


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