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Pinefinders Old Pine Furniture Warehouse
Joined: 15th August 2016

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Unit 7 Alexander House, Thame Rd Industrial estate
Thame Rd
Haddenham, Aylesbury
Buckinghamshire
HP17 8BZ
United Kingdom

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01844 291231
07956 862934

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Archive List - Pinefinders Old Pine Furniture Warehouse

Item Number 2060 - Photo 1
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Very large beautifully shaped antique pine wardrobe with ornate decoration. This wardrobe totally dismantles for delivery so should go up any stairway. With an internal depth of 21" this wardrobe is suitable for hanging the largest of coats.

The cornice at the top is very decorative and this wardrobe sits on tapered block feet.

A brass hanging rail will be fitted or if you prefer this wardrobe can be fitted with an internal shelf with a rail underneath.

The hinges are fitted so that the doors open fully and there is a split compartment in the bottom of this wardrobe for storing shoes etc.

Can be purchased in the bare wood for £1,250 but the price shown includes wax polishing in a shade of your choice.

Also suitable for painting, please let us know if you would like a quote for painting.

Height 86.5”, Width 73”, Depth 22.5”, Internal Depth 21”
Item Number 2059 - Photo 1
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A wide antique pine bank of 6 drawers / sideboard, dating from the turn of the century.
The top two drawers are shallower in size than the bottom four. Each has small wooden knobs. There is some nice decorative detail to the edges, and the original key escutcheons are in good order. It is sat on bun feet to the front and block at the back.

Plenty of storage space for either your kitchen items, or could make a very useful large "his n hers" chest of drawers in a bedroom.
Recently stripped to the bare wood, can be bought in its natural condition for £675. Restoration and waxing £747

Height: 32.5”, width: 62.5”, depth: 28”
Item Number 2058 - Photo 1
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An attractive 1910's pine bread/food cupboard, with 4 deep drawers each with a small white porcelain knob. It has some decorative detail to the top of the scroll edging, and is stood on the very nice original feet.

The cupboard doors original air vent, lock and key and external hinges are all in good working order. The door can open fully - a very useful feature when accessing the inside.
Originally painted and recently stripped. Can be purchased as it is for £450 or restored and waxed for £527

Height 52" or 50” without crown, Width 37.5”, Depth 16”.
Item Number 2057 - Photo 1
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A large antique pine dresser dating c.1910, in good solid condition throughout, with the original glass doors and original ornate key escutcheon with lock and key to the drawer. It stands on attractive bracket feet and there are similar attractive supports between the top and bottom section.

Both sets of doors are hung on external (french style) hinges, allowing them to open fully, which is a very useful feature when accessing the cupboards.
Inside the top glazed display cupboard are two adjustable shelves. The base consists of three drawers over a cupboard with a single shelf.

This piece is currently in bare wood (Can be purchased as it is for £760, or £867 if restored and waxed). We usually wax inside the top if a piece of furniture has glazed doors - let us know if you’d like us to leave this bare wood for you.
Top and base separate for delivery and access.

Total height: 86”, base height: 39.5”, width: 53”, base depth: 20”
Item Number 2056 - Photo 1
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A deep old pine 1930's German office desk in good solid condition with two cupboards and a centre drawer.
The measurements for the knee hole (leg room)are: Height: 24”, width: 16”.
Recently stripped to the bare wood and can be purchased in this condition for £450.
Waxed price is £527
Height: 31”, width: 51”, depth: 26.5”
Item Number 2055 - Photo 1
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An antique pine wardrobe with two doors, each with attractive design. Dating from around the art deco period c.1910, with vertical columns either side, very typical of this era.
There are two bottom drawers, each with brass drop handles. Sat on block feet to the back, and bun to the front.

Recently stripped of its original paint to the bare wood, and can be bought in its current condition for £1000. Waxed price is £1125. In our opinion this would look very nice painted - please contact us for a quote for this service. All prices include the fitting of a new brass rail. With an internal height of 65.5", it is plenty high enough to accommodate a shelf above the rail (Shelf: £25 extra), please let us know your requirements.

This wardrobe totally dismantles for delivery and access.
Height: 81”, width: 60”, depth: 26”, internal depth: 19.5”
Item Number 2054 - Photo 1
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Antique pine double wardrobe dating from c.1910, in very good condition. There are two bottom drawers, each with the original attractive brass drop handles, and the doors have the original pretty key escutcheons.
There is scrolling and decorative carvings to the sides of the wardrobe.
Sat on block feet to the back, and bun at the front.

With an internal depth of 22.5", it is plenty deep enough for coat and suit hangers.
It totally dismantles for delivery and access. Recently stripped to the bare wood, and can be purchased in this condition for £1000. The waxed price is £1125. We offer a painting service - please contact us for a quote to paint this wardrobe.

Height: 77.5”, width: 65”, depth: 28.5”, internal depth: 22.5”
Item Number 2053 - Photo 1
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A turn of the century pine double wardrobe, with an internal depth of 21" (53cm), deep enough for large hangers.
In excellent condition throughout, with solid panelled doors and sides. Stood on attractive bracket feet.

It has the original hanging pegs at the top, which can replaced with a new brass hanging rail (included in all prices). Its current condition is in the bare wood and can be bought like this for £1000. Waxed price is £1125. Please contact us for a quote for painting or to discuss the possibility of putting a shelf above the rail.

Totally dismantles for delivery and access.
Height: 79”, width: 67”, depth: 25”, internal depth: 21”
Item Number 2051 - Photo 1
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A large double pine wardrobe c.1890, with decorative panelled doors, and edges to the main body of the wardrobe.
It has double panelled sides, and arch insets above the doors. There are block feet to the front and back, but the front feet are at an angle - in keeping with the style.

It has an internal depth of 20" (51cm), so plenty big enough for large hangers.
The wardrobe's current condition is in the bare wood, having recently been stripped. You can buy it like this for £1050. The price including waxing is £1175.
Decorative wardrobe's such as this one, look very nice painted. If this is something you are thinking about, please contact us for a quote for our professional painting service.
All prices include the fitting of a new brass hanging rail.

Totally dismantles for delivery and access.
Height: 82”, width: 71”, depth: 26”, internal depth: 20”
Item Number 2050 - Photo 1
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With a very nice cornice top, ornamental zinc decorations, large solid block feet, and original attractive key escutcheons, this double pine Continental wardrobe makes a handsome addition to your bedroom / dressing room. Dating from c.1910 - a sturdy, well made piece of furniture in excellent condition for its age.

It has recently been stripped to the bare wood and is now ready for waxing or painting. In our opinion, it would look very nice painted. Please contact us for a price for painting.
If you would like to buy it in its current condition (bare wood), is is £950. Waxed is £1047. The fitting of a new brass hanging rail is included in both prices.

It totally dismantles for delivery and access.
Height: 78.5”, width: 63.5”, depth: 27”, internal depth: 19.5”
Item Number 2048 - Photo 1
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An attractive, tall, French farmhouse dresser dating from the turn of the century. In goo solid condition , recently stripped to the bare wood now ready for waxing or painting.

The top section consists of a glazed cupboard, with two adjustable shelves inside. The cornice is decorative and eye-catching. The top has a wavy underside and bracket stands.
The base has three small drawers, each with the original small wooden knobs, over a two door cupboard with a shelf inside. Finally it stands on bracket feet, typical French design.
Both sets of cupboard doors hang on the original external hinges, allowing them to open fully. A very useful feature when accessing.

The top and base separate for delivery.
Will look very nice waxed or painted - please contact us for a quote for painting.
Can be purchased as it is for £850, £947 if you’d like us to wax it for you.

Height: 81.5”, base height: 35”, width: 47”, depth: 19”
Item Number 2047 - Photo 1
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A charming old English pine kitchen breakfast table in good condition for its age, Circa 1880 (Late Victorian)

With attractive slender legs and a drawer at one end. It has been stripped and wax polished, exposing a very nice warm tone. A lovely little table, ideal for kitchens with limited space.

It is ready for collection or delivery.

Overall height 29.5”, legroom height 23”, length 35.5”, width 29.5”
Item Number 2046 - Photo 1
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A very large antique kitchen dresser with cupboards, drawers and glazed display cabinets. A practical and functional piece of furniture, with plenty of storage space. Circa. 1920

Dismantles for delivery and access. Recently stripped to the bare wood, ready for waxing or painting. A pitchy pine, with lots of character and warmth.
Please contact us for a quote for painting. Bare wood price £950

Height 84”, width 75.5”, depth 22”
Item Number 2045 - Photo 1
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A late Victorian English pine linen press, with two attractive panelled door’s, over three drawers. Each drawer has their original dark wood knobs, and are sliding nicely. Inside the cupboard are the original sliding shelves/trays. It is stood on raised bracket feet.

The top separates from the base for delivery and access.

Recently stripped to the bare wood, and can be bought as seen for £900. Waxed for £997

Height 76”, width 51”, depth 21.5”, internal depth 18”
Item Number 2044 - Photo 1
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A very large antique pine campaign cupboard dating from the turn of the century - in good condition throughout.

The purpose of campaign furniture is that is "breaks" down or "folds" down for ease of moving it, or travelling with it. In the case of this particular piece, it would most likely have been placed near the front door of a house, maybe the hall, storing important possessions that could easily be moved, in case of fire. It is also known as a fire safe cupboard.

This campaign cupboard has the original carrying handles at each end. Its cupboard doors have very attractive panels and working locks and key. Inside each cupboard is a single shelf.

These “stackable” cupboards, are excellent pieces of furniture if your property is difficult to access, ie.flat or difficult stairway.

Recently stripped to the bare wood, ready for waxing or painting. It can be bought as it is for £1000, or polished for £1125

Height 75”, width 52”, depth 24”
Item Number 2043 - Photo 1
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A tall slender antique pine storage cupboard (Circa: 1915), with a full width drawer at the top, with original lock and key in working order, ideal for keeping things out of reach. These cupboard are also known as medicine cupboards. The two cupboard doors open to three full width shelves inside. This cupboard was originally painted, now stripped ready for waxing or painting.

An ideal storage cupboard, if you are limited on space.
Can be purchased as it is (in bare wood) for £450, or waxed for £497

Height: 51.5”, width: 38”, depth: 18.5”
Item Number 2042 - Photo 1
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A beautiful Victorian pine (his n her's) Serpentine chest of drawers, with a large ornate gallery back stand. It has two small jewellery drawers on the surface, followed by six large drawers (3 on each side), the top drawers are serpentine shaped and have no handles, the other drawers have the original brass drop handles. Stood on the original attractive feet - all in good solid condition for its age.

Would welcome an oval mirror on the top - please let us know if you would like us to source this for you.

Currently in bare wood having recently been stripped. Can be purchased as it is for £925, waxed for £1050. It would also look very nice painted - please contact us for a quote for this service.

The surface top is darker than the main body. If you would prefer to have it waxed, we can either bleach this to make lighter, or stain it to make the top a more uniform colour. Please contact us to discuss this further.

Overall height: 74”, base height: 36.5”, width: 70.5”, depth: 21”
Item Number 2041 - Photo 1
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A small old English pine chest of drawers, dating from the late Victorian period. Two small drawers over two full width drawers, each with the original wooden knobs, and sliding smoothly.
Stood on nice looking bracket feet. A simple design - solid and functional. Will look very nice waxed or painted.

Currently in bare wood having recently been stripped. Can be purchased as it is for £360, or waxed for you: £397. Please contact us for a price for painting.

Height: 32.5'“, width: 34.5”, depth: 17.5”
Item Number 2040 - Photo 1
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An East German c.1920’s pine chest of drawers, with 4 full width drawers, the top drawer with partitions. (Please note: the top drawer looks like 2 drawers when closed). All the drawers have the original handles/knobs and key escutcheons. A handsome piece, with a simple design.

It was waxed some time ago, and can be bought as seen for £300, or £367 once restored and re-waxed.
The drawers need a little restoration to run smoothly.

Height: 34”, width: 39.5”, depth: 20.5”
Item Number 2039 - Photo 1
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An English Victorian, 2 over 3, pine chest of drawers. Wax finished exposing a nice warm tone, typical of English furniture from this time. Can be purchased as it is for £300, or cleaned up, restored and re-waxed for £367.

Each drawer is sliding nicely, and has its original attractive brass drop handles. Requires a few new drawers stoppers (included in the £367 price).

Height: 32.5”, width: 37.5”, depth: 16”
Item Number 2037 - Photo 1
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A very nice example of a turn of the century antique pine Secretaire. Two glazed cupboard doors in the top section, with two shelves inside (each with slots for ladles on the front edges), drop down writing/work surface with, seven stationary drawers inside (work-surface height - 29")

There are 3 full width drawers in the bottom section, each with their original antique brass drop handles and key plates, and all are running smoothly. Attractive vertical columns run either side of the cupboard and drawers.

The top separates from the base for delivery. Originally painted, now stripped so currently in bare wood. Can be purchased as it is for £925, can be waxed for £1050

Height: 81” (desk height: 29"), width: 45”, base depth: 23”, top depth: 14”, desk folds down to 33” depth.
Item Number 2036 - Photo 1
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A pine chest of drawers from the Czech Republic, dating from the 1920’s, in good solid condition.Originally painted, now stripped ready for waxing or re-painting. Can be purchased as it is for £500, or £587 if you’d like it waxed for you.

It has 3 large, deep, full width drawers with their original white porcelain knobs. All the drawers are running smoothly, and the top drawer has some attractive decorative detail. This piece of furniture will accommodate a lot of clothing.

(This is a fairly large chest of drawers. Please check access carefully before purchasing)

Height: 39.5”, width: 49”, depth: 25”
Item Number 2035 - Photo 1
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A four drawer pine chest of drawers (Circa: 1910), in good condition, with decorative columns on the sides, and bun feet to the front. All the drawers are sliding nicely and have their original brass drop handles and key escutcheons. Some handles are missing their edges, but are still functional and in good working order. We can replace them for you, if you wish.

Recently stripped of its original paint, to the bare wood. Ready for waxing or painting.
If you’d like to purchase the chest of drawers as it is (bare wood): £420. The main price shown (£487) includes wax finishing any restoration, and replacement handles.

Height: 37.5”, width: 40”, depth: 21.5”
Item Number 2034 - Photo 1
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A late 1800’s Bobbin Back Windsor Armchair. Believed to have been made by John Shadford of Lincolnshire. In its original finish - in excellcent condition for its age.

We believe this chair has been lowered at some point, or had originally been a rocking chair and has had the rockers removed. Would make an ideal fire side chair, comfortable, solid and sturdy.

Please note: the seat height is only 13”
Overall height: 40.5”, seat height: 13”, width: 22”, seat depth: 15.5”
Item Number 2033 - Photo 1
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An interesting, and charming, old pine farmers ‘grain bin’, dating from the turn of the century, in good solid condition. Tall in height, with a flat top - would make an ideal shoe/wellie storage box, in which you can sit on to put them on/off. Or an unusual lamp stand.
Originally painted, and has been stripped and waxed.

Can be purchased as it is for £210, or re-waxed for £247

Height: 29”, width: 30”, depth (front to back): 20"
Item Number 2032 - Photo 1
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A large old pine Mule Chest dating from c.1920, recently stripped so currently in bare wood ready for waxing or painting. Can be purchased as it is for £330, or waxed for £367.

Solid and in good condition for its age, with a lift up flat lid and original strap hinges, original candle box inside, and carrying handles on both ends. There is a full width bottom drawer, with its original ring pulls. The purpose of the mule chest, and how it differs from other chests, is that the bottom drawer is easier for one to access, then reaching to the bottom of a deep chest.

These flat top chest's make excellent alternatives to a coffee table.

Height: 28”, width: 45”, depth: 25”
Item Number 2031 - Photo 1
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A double antique pine wardrobe, deep in size, dating from c.1910, in very good condition throughout. The doors are beautifully panelled, and are hung on the original external hinges, allowing them to open fully. There are two useful drawers at the bottom.

Currently in the bare wood, having recently been stripped. Can be purchased as it is for £900, or £997 waxed. Both prices include the fitting of a new brass hanging rail. Please let us know if you’d like us to fit any shelves inside.

This wardrobe totally dismantles for delivery so will go up any stairway. Contact us with your post code regarding delivery and assembly options.

With an internal depth of 20.5”, deep enough for hanging the largest of coats/suits etc.

Height: 76”, width: 61”, depth: 24”, internal depth: 20.5”
Item Number 2029 - Photo 1
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A small double door antique pine wardrobe, c.1910. Beautiful decorative columns running vertically either side of the doors, and a useful bottom drawer with the original ornate brass drop handles - all in very good condition.

Originally painted, now stripped. Can be purchased as it is (in bare wood) for £750, or waxed for £847. Both prices include the fitting of a new brass hanging rail.

With an internal depth of 17.5” deep enough for shirts and most things, but may be a little shallow for coats and suits. Would make an ideal childs wardrobe.

Totally dismantles for delivery so should go up any stairway. I can deliver and assemble for you, if you're not too far away. If you're some distance away, and you’re happy to assemble yourselves I can supply an instructional video of myself assembling the wardrobe for you if required.

If you’d like to use this as a storage cupboard then we can fit shelves for you. Please ask for more details.

Height: 70”, width: 53.5”, depth: 24”, internal depth: 17.5”
Item Number 2028 - Photo 1
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A very old pine single door Armoire, dating from the early 1800's, in very good condition for its age. Known as a "splitter" it separates into 2 main sections for delivery so should be fine going up most stairways.

With an internal depth of 17” ,it should be fine for hanging shirts etc, but may be a little shallow for coats and suits. It would make an ideal childs wardrobe.
Can be fitted with a new hanging rail, or shelves if you prefer.

Currently in bare wood having recently been stripped. Can be purchased as it is for £590, or waxed for £667. Both prices include the fitting of a hanging rail if required.

Can be delivered in one piece, or dismantled. Assembly is fairly straight forward. Please ask for more details. We can often deliver and assemble for you, if you’re not too far away.

Height: 70”, width: 49.5”, depth: 21.5”, internal depth: 17”
Item Number 2027 - Photo 1
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An attractive antique double wardrobe dating from c.1880, in very good condition for its age.
A slightly pitchy pine, with lots of knots and character. It will look lovely once wax polished - showing its warm colour tone.

The cornice, sides and bottom are all curved, making this a very attractive piece. It alos has panelled double doors with a diamond shape indentation. The original lock and key are in good working order. The door's external hinges allow them to open fully.

This wardrobe totally dismantles for delivery so will go up any stairway, and with an internal depth of 20”, it is nice and deep for hanging large coats/suits etc. The fitting of a new brass hanging rail, is included in the price, or if you prefer: a shelf at the top and the rail below.

Currently in bare wood having recently been stripped. Can be purchased as it is for £1025, or waxed for £1125.

Height 76.5”, width 64.5”, depth 23”, internal depth 20”


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