Set of Original Abstract Paintings£3,240.00 – £6,480.00
Luxury Designer Upholstered Low Occasional Chair£2,300.00 – £4,600.00
High End Designer Luxury Satin Upholstered Footstool£1,675.00 – £3,350.00
Designer Luxury Brass And Velvet Upholstered Footstool£1,840.00 – £3,680.00
Set Of 6 Designer Satin Scatter Cushions£866.50 – £1,733.00
Modern High Backed Occasional Armchair£2,400.90 – £8,003.00
Italian Art Deco Inspired Upholstered Bench£2,052.50 – £4,105.00
Art Deco Inspired Chest of Drawers£4,471.00 – £12,501.00
Modern Italian Nubuck Leather Swivel Armchair£4,922.00 – £9,844.00
Exclusive Modern Italian Quilted Nubuck Sofa£2,596.00 – £20,722.00
Italian Designer Brown Marble Console£3,847.50 – £7,695.00
What Is Ex-Display Furniture?
Ex-display furniture is items of furniture that have spent some time on display in a shop. Unlike second-hand furniture, ex-display furniture won’t have incurred any real use, i.e. somebody won’t have eaten food from an ex-display dining table.
What Does Ex-Display Mean?
The term ex-display simply refers to an item that has spent time on display in a shop. Customers can usually try ex-display items in some capacity, but never to full capacity. For example, they might be able to sit at a dining table but not actually eat a meal on it.
What’s the Difference Between Second Hand and Ex-Display Furniture?
The main difference between second hand and ex-display furniture is that second hand furniture will have had some real usage, which usually depreciates its condition. On the other hand, the condition of ex-display furniture doesn’t depreciate that much.