A steel frame workbench with wooden top and leg brace type vice. 96cm wide x 43cm deep x 75cm high, depth including vice 56cm
circular table with handmade steel frame on reclaimed oak base. The top of the table was the base board of a large cargo net used for loading goods onto ships. The cargo board was originally part of the Museum of London collection of industrial artifacts from the London Docks. 150cm diameter, 75cm high. The wooden top has been hand sanded and sealed.
four tier shelves originally from the British Xylonite factory in Suffolk. 106cm wide x 47cm deep x 150cm high. 46cm to underside of bottom shelf, internal height between shelves 31cm
black steel frames with teak seats and backs, mesh undershelf. 91cm wide x 31cm deep x 82cm high, seat height 46cm
polished steel frame with solid wooden seat and composite back. 39cm wide x 35cm deep x 78cm high , seat height 48cm
Originally from Haggerston School in Hackney, specified by Erno Goldfinger. Grey tubular steel legs, two drawers. 108cm wide x 70cm deep x 70cm high. Internal height 66cm, internal width 53cm.