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Sue Parkinson Home Collection Fairfield Iron Clock Console Table
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Sue Parkinson Home Collection Fairfield Iron Clock Console Table

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The Fairfield Iron Clock Console Table is a sensational fun and quirky piece of furniture that will make a statement in any room of the home. Expertly crafted with an MDF and iron structure, the Fairfield Console Table is presented in a versatile black tone. This exceptionally quirky piece features a working clock to the front, which incorporates large numbering along with a double hand to tell the time. To the top of the Clock you will discover a Console Table, which is great for displaying home accessories such as lamps, vases or lanterns. The Fairfield Iron Clock Console Table boasts an overall contemporary yet distressed appearance, which will make a fabulous addition to your home. 

  • Fairfield
  • Iron Clock
  • Console Table
  • Unique and quirky
  • Working clock
  • Top table
  • Black finish
  • Distressed look and feel
  • Vintage inspired
  • Large numbers on clock
  • Aged clock face
  • Glass
  • Iron
  • MDF
  • Width: 102 cm
  • Diameter: 46 cm
  • Height: 81 cm
  • RN7277
  • 22545



Standard Delivery£4.95 

Next Working Day Delivery£9.95* 

* Weekends and UK Bank holidays are not considered working day and therefore orders will arrive at the earliest date possible.  

Saturday Delivery: £9.95

Overseas BFPO and Non Mainland UK

Non-Mainland UK - £9.95 per delivery address

Europe - £14.95 per delivery address

Worldwide - £19.95 per delivery address


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