Embroidered Nishi Cotton Armchair

Delivery from £45

CFT339

In stock, final few available

Embroidered Nishi Cotton Armchair

Measurements: W:88cm D:85cm H:144cm

 

Maker Profile:

There are 205 employees working for this manufacturer, both men and women in the factory and in their own homes, the employees are provided with Provident Fund, insurance and a medical facility. Traditional techniques are employed during the manufacturing process, and recycled old sarees and old embroidered fabric panels are used. In the local community this company supports education for children in poverty, and distribution of blankets and domestic home wares to poor families. They also hold a blood donor programme.

They have two wind power plants to support their environmental measures, and they are proud of being able to sustain their business through good relations with people, and the beautiful products they produce – traditional with a contemporary twist.

Delivery of Furniture

Your order will be packed on to a pallet to keep it safe and dispatched for delivery on a day of your choice (Monday – Friday). Our pallet delivery provider can only deliver to the nearest point of your house without having to go up and down any steps (because he will be using pallet trucks to manoeuvre the pallet). We recommend organising to have at least two people there to help unload and lift the item into the house. With this service delivery can be any time between 8am and 6pm, however, if you leave your contact telephone number, we are able to get an ETA for you on the morning of delivery.

Our 2 Person Delivery Service (£250) is a service we offer for larger pieces of furniture. We can arrange for a 2-person delivery team to deliver your order into the room of your choice. This will incur a charge, so please give us a call on 0345 460 3122 or email sales@myakka.co.uk for a price on this service which is dependent on the distance from us.

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