Blog2008 ≫ Four tables, four prices

Hmm I suspect these four dining tables are actually the same table, but you can pay between 900 and 1250 pounds for them, depending on whether you want the table with just four chairs1, four chairs and a bench2, five chairs and a bench3, or two chairs, two carver chairs and a bench4. They've clearly got a lot to get rid of. [gmap=bolton]Why's it not closer[/gmap], cheaper and why do we not have the space for it? This one is closer5, though still Buckinghamshire6 somewhere, and starting to attract bids, so will surely soar.

Up quite early today, for a weekend, off to Canterbury in a bit, only two houses lined up to see at 1.30 and 2.45, so that's going to mean an early lunch. I'm thinking something with quite quick service, possibly noodle based with canteen style seating.

When we got married we bought some [ebay=john lewis bergerac]Bergerac furniture from John Lewis[/ebay], two book cases, and I thought we'd eventually buy just this. It's very expensive, and a bit chunky, and now they discontinued it anyway. We bought a sideboard, that turned out to be a slightly different colour to the bookcases, ah well. I think we're better off with lighter furniture (lighter in colour, and in generallyless heavy feeling in sheer presence), but it's still lovely stuff. [ebay=john lewis bergerac]You might still get it here occasionally[/ebay].

How odd, bidding on the Wagamama Cookbook has pushed the price (including postage) to more than you could buy it for new on Amazon7. I need to sell some stuff.

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