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1970s Antique Traditional Teak Wood Furniture

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:horse: 1970s Antique Traditional Teak Wood Furniture

Teakwood treasures since 1970s.

Housed and used in a Shophouse along Desker Road, the antique teak wood furnitures holds many historic moments from time to time...

Regrettably, the owners of the Shophouse decided to let the furnitures go...

We are looking for Passionate Antique Collectors / Museums / Art Galleries / Cafe / Bookstores / etc to take over (for a small fee)

** The condition of the teak wood varies from individual pieces **

** Not suitable for fussy buyers looking for brand new condition - this is antique, so it is not perfect piece of furniture **

 

 If interested to view, please pm to arrange for viewing / address.

** teak wood is very heavy by nature, you need to have your own mover, transport, manpower**

** viewing - Monday to saturday (before 6pm)

Price (between $30 - $100)

:good: If interested to view, please contact me - SMS @ 82285068 to arrange for viewing / address.

 

Why Teak wood? 

1. Strength 

Teak is a hard wood. It is strong and durable, able to withstand extremes of heat and cold. Whilst this makes it excellent wood for outdoor furniture, it also means that it can provide a lifetime and more of use indoors. It’s durability means that it is unlikely to suffer from rotting or many other afflictions that can attack other woods. Using the right type of teak – good quality wood with high quantities of oil and rubber – can result in beautiful pieces of furniture that can take whatever your home and throw at them. 

2. Beauty 

The colour and grain of teak wood makes it one of the most attractive to furniture makers and home owners. Whilst outdoor teak furniture can be left to the elements and become an elegant silver-grey colour, teak used for indoor purposes is often oiled to retain its warm golden colour. Its strength is a real plus-point for furniture designers, who can produced a range of pieces that may not be viable using other, softer woods, which often means that you have a wider range of choice in teak furniture than in many other woods. 

3. Adaptability 

The natural benefits of teak; strength, durability, warm colour, resistance to termites or other damaging elements, make it an extremely adaptable wood. Its water-resistant properties and tendency not to splinter easily made it a favourite for shipbuilders for hundreds of years and it has since been used for a wide range of both indoor and outdoor furniture. From large dining room tables to elegant cabinets and patio furniture, teak has the flexibility that many furniture makers are looking for today. Outdoor Teak Furniture - Important Facts When Buying

One of the biggest logical considerations for buyers of deck or patio furniture is price. Most of us cannot simply go out and buy the biggest and best outdoor patio furniture without serious financial consequences. Still, while pricing is always a huge factor in any deck furniture purchase decision—it should never be the only thing considered. The value that you get for your money is really just as important as the amount you spend. If you take the time to calculate the true value of any furniture purchase, then the initial price will not be a true indication of the quality and usefulness. 

 

 

 

 

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