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Antoinette Garden Swing Seat – Seats Two (SW101)

This graceful Antoinette garden swing seat is ideal for relaxing in your garden. With a solid design and a stylish look it can really transform your garden. Made with the best of care by traditional British craftsmen in the picturesque Churnet Valley nestled within the Staffordshire Moorlands.

£429.99

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Product Description

Antoinette Swing- Sits Two (SW101)
Premium Quality Garden Swing:
This top quality Antoinette swinging hammock made from the finest timber with a lovely smooth finish and attractive grain. It is fixed entirely with screws and is designed for stability. It also benefits from the use of heavy galvanized chains that won’t rust, and the 5th grade Redwood timber is pressure treated to Hazard Class 4 (HC4) making it rot free for as long as 25 years.

Product Facts:

Solid and sustainable
Hand crafted in the UK
Swedish Redwood
Pressure treated timber
No painting necessary
Sits 2 adults
Canopy roof shade

Specifications:

Floor space required 172 cm x 125 cm 
Inside seat length 105 cm
Total height 183 cm
Weight approx 65kg

A stunning arrangement is built to last for years to come, with pressure treated timber that won’t rot for up to 20 years. We use the finest Scandinavian Redwood which is a slow grown timber with a decorative grain and is ideal for out door use due to the fact that it has also been pressure treated. CVGF furniture is solid, substantial and made from sustainable sources.

Pallet delivery available to most UK postcodes
This product comes delivered part assembled on a wooden pallet with a screw pack and relevant assembly instructions.
Please note, if you order during the weekend or around a bank holiday then please allow another day or two for delivery.

Delivery Information
Your order will be dispatched within 7 days after you purchase, If you would like an alternative delivery date then please contact us through email- customerservice@cvgf.co.uk
Call our Office – 01538 371548 – Option 2 Customer Service

See our assembly video https://www.youtube.com/watch here