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We offer free delivery to the UK mainland.
Competitive International & EU shipping quotes
available on request.
The Treske Newby furniture is named after one of Britains finest Adam 18th-century country houses, the house was first built in the 1690s by Sir Christopher Wren before being enlarged and adapted by John Carr and then Robert Adam. The Treske Newby furniture was first shown at Newby Hall in 2009.
Characterised by a pattern of pierced rectangles placed on a curve and set behind a low shelf, the line of the sideboard follows the same delicate curve. The sideboard has drawers set above an open shelf.
The sideboard forms the base of the Newby Dresser. Both sideboard and dresser can be made to different sizes and in different hardwoods, oak being the most popular.Other bespoke options including cupboards can be made to customers requirements.
*Shown in Oak - Price on Request*
Width 165cm Depth 54cm Height 82cm
Please note - orders will be reviewed and confirmed prior to being passed to our workshop so you'll get the chance to add special requests or alter your order.
Price shown includes VAT. Prices and images shown are for guideline only and are subject to change in relation to bespoke requests. Wood grain and shade may differ from that pictured.
Free delivery is confined to mainland Great Britain, excluding the Scottish Highlands. A competitive delivery quote can be provided on request for all other areas including international shipping.
Typical turn-around of 10 - 14 weeks.