Pieff Kadia 3 piece suite chrome and brown leather
H - 650mm
W - 600mm
D - 800mm
H - 650mm
W - 1680mm
D - 850mm
A timeless three piece suite made by iconic Britsh mid century furniture makers Pieff. This suite is from the 'Kadia' range and was designed in the 1970s by Tim Bates, who was the son and brother of Pieff founders Fred and David bates.
The suite consists of a three seater sofa and two armchairs, one of which has a swivel base. The leather is in an overall good condition, but does have some age related wear. There is some heavy wear to the leather on one cushion on the sofa as can be seen in the photos.
The majority of the stock sold from Peggy McCool’s is vintage and therefore in used condition. It is likely to show signs of its age adding to its character and tales of its story so far.
All pieces are photographed honestly to show each item’s condition to our best ability. If you would like further information or photos regarding any item, please feel free to contact us before buying. We are always happy to answer any queries and will respond as soon as possible. All of our items are available to view from our showroom based at 15b Welch Mill, Welch Hill street, Leigh.
Dimensions shown are approximate and measured in millimeters.
Prices are for the item only and do not include delivery. We can assist you with arranging delivery if desired or can accommodate collection in person by the buyer.
Please find the approximate pricing structure provided by our preferred courier
· Small item @ £40.00
· Medium item @ £55.00
· Large item @ £70.00
· The above fee applies to all deliveries in England and Wales (Excluding certain postcode regions in Cornwall and Wales)
· Deliveries to Scotland - South of and including Edinburgh and Glasgow + £10.00
· Deliveries to the standard fee excluded postcode regions in Cornwall and Wales + £10.00
· Discount of 50% on additional items being delivered to the same delivery address
Alternatively, you are welcome to arrange your own courier or collection. Once items are collected, they are the responsibility of the buyer and no longer the responsibility of Peggy McCool’s.