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Rare Arras Arbour

VG10852

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An extremely rare and substantial garden Arbour manufactured by Grassin Baledans in Arras Northern France in the late 19th century. This particular model was one of 12 sizes available and was featured in their catalogue dated 25th September 1874 as 'Tonnelle No.5'.  It could be used as a garden divider or as a focal point and would look stunning with climbing plants growing between the frames. It would also easily accommodate a small garden table and chairs.

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"Wonderful addition to our garden."

DEON,  

MAY 2021

We are very pleased with the Arras bench, a wonderful addition to...

"Love the table & chairs"

Rosie,  

March 2021

Delivery first thing this morning as promised. Love the table & chairs.

"The perfect bistro set"

Linda,  

May 2021

Just to say that we are very pleased with the bistro set...

"Love the table & chairs"

Rosie,  

March 2021

Delivery first thing this morning as promised. Love the table & chairs.

"Looks Slendid"

Stephen,  

June 2021

All arrived this morning and looks splendid.

"Lovely Chairs"

Kate,  

June, 2021

The chairs arrived with me today. They are lovely. Thank you for...

"We love it!"

Alice,  

April 2021

All arrived safely and nice and early. Thanks, we love it!

"They are wonderful"

Gerri, USA,  

April, 2021

Thank you for my well packed and beautiful Swans and my Garden...

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