1) Hygena Strand sideboard, in very good condition except for some corner scratches (cats). Has two doors and three drawers. Light oak effect finish, brushed metal handles. Only a couple of years old, from Home Base (was £250!) Can't be disassembled, so moving it is a two-person job to get it into your van.
130cm x 77cm x 41cm
2) Old oak kitchen table. 1940s wartime manufacture (the sort you often see in pubs). Square top is structurally sound, but the oak veneer is completely knackered, so it needs resurfacing (or a tablecloth or thin board). Unlike the main top, the extension leaves (which slide out) are in decent condition. Well-used and generally scruffy, but would look all right in a casual environment. Reasonably sturdy, but one leg is slightly bent from age (even though it's solid oak).
Top and leaves lift off, but the legs are fixed to the frame, so you'll need transport to take it away, but each piece can be moved by just one person.
36" x 36" top extends to 59-1/2" (91cm to 151cm).
30" (76cm) tall.
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