Flickering patterns will drift through the decoratively patterned chic metal cream heart, producing a relaxing and calming ambience.
This beautiful hanging decoration can be enjoyed indoors and out all the year round.
Dimensions: Length: 18 cm – Width: 18 cm – Depth 6 cm – Chain 50cm
Designed for use on carpeted floors this new set of six patterned metal boules come in a cylindrical tin with rules a jack and distance gauge.
This handy metal tin has a removable lid and contains 20 vibrant four-inch blank green rustic wooden plant labels an enameled potting shed lighter and a wooden pencil. This great gardeners item is exclusive to Beeton and Brown.
The tin fits comfortably into a pocket and when empty will provide useful storage for seeds and ‘knick-knacks’.
The overall size is 8cm wide X 4cm deep X 10cm long and the lid depicts the image of an American geranium vintage seed packet
Please note that the plant labels are hand finished from sustainable natural wood and occasionally some may show signs of minor imperfections and slight colour variation, attributes that we feel help to enhance their rustic charm.
Please note the petrol lighter is sold without fluid.
Turn Mr Happy around and in his back is a classic crown bottle opener.
Being magnetic also enables you stick him on the fridge –so you’ll always find him in the kitchen at parties!
Size: 6cm x 7cm x 5cm
A wonderful condition Royal Doulton original vintage character ashtray.
‘Old Charley’ with his ash brown hat, dark green coat, red polka-dot bow tie was designed by Charles Noke,and Issued between 1939 and 1960.
The base has the Doulton logo and is blind stamped with the number 8232.
In excellent condition some slight glazing to the base, but has no chips or cracks.
Issue number one is held in the Nelson Norfolk Museum Collection, and the events recorded within the document are confirmed in the definitive ‘Life of Nelson’ by Robert Southey.
In the Trafalgar bicentenary year of 2005, permission was granted for us to produce a limited edition of 1250 copies from the original pair of log pages. These facsimiles were for exclusive use within limited edition commemorative Nelson artworks.
Most of the edition were snapped up and sold (in less than an hour) through the QVC shopping channel. We retained just a few copies.These are now offered exclusively through Beeton and Brown as a truly unique and collectable investment.
Supplied Unframed (62cm X 50cm) sealed in cellophane, in an antique white and hand numbered mount. The log transcript is printed in red and black onto a parchment style paper and attached to the back with easy peel sellotape, these will be sent randomly selected from a limited edition of 1250 prints and will be numbered from 251/1250
VERY LIMITED STOCK
Ready to frame this is a fantastic panoramic sepia photo print showing The Bronx life in 1900.
It is mounted in an acid free white V grooved mount and is wrapped in cellophane.
Overall size w 60.5cm x 27.5cm d
Image size 50cm w x 16.5cm d
This officially licensed quality new Fruit of the loom LARGE bright Red t-shirt features the classic character logo of one of the planets most viewed TV programmes – Sesame Street!
This officially licensed quality new Fruit of the loom SMALL bright Red t-shirt features the classic character logo of one of the planets most viewed TV programmes – Sesame Street!
We think that one of the worst commitable dress sins is the wearing of unpolished shoes!
With this stylish and practical shoeshine travel kit there is no longer any excuse for having to be seen in scruffy footwear.
The Dumpling Dynasty Shoe Shine Kit comprises of a neutral shoe polish, black polish; two brushes, two soft cloths and a shoehorn, all of which is presented in a 20 x 13 x 3.5cm vintage style Storage tin.
A useful gift which is ideal for storing at home,work, in the car or your travelbag.
William D. Hensell started the Henselite Company in 1918. In a time when all bowls were made of wood.However with forward thinking and an agreement with the Dunlop Rubber Company he developed and produced the world’s first rubber bowls.
Once the contract with Dunlop ended, William and his son Raymond turned their attention to developing bowls made from a new kind of material that would not expand and contract with temperature changes. After much experimentation they decided upon a plastic called Phenolformaldehyde and in 1931 the first solid plastic bowl was produced, changing the face of bowls forever.
These original bowls were called Henselites and were made with separate coloured discs inserted into the bowls to allow bowlers to differentiate their bowls from others and In 2008, Henselite became the first manufacturer to produce 7 million bowls.
This vintage boxed set of Henselite carpet biased bowls consists of eight fully 2.5″ carpet bowls, with identifying coloured discs, jack and rules of play. All you need extra is a smooth carpet on which to play and you will have hours of endless enjoyment at home.