Are you vintage fans ready to swoon? In this week’s auction, we have this original English Rose Kitchen up for sale. All carefully removed from a local house and ready for its next incarnation.
The lot comprises a 3-door wall unit and a 3-door double sink unit – all beautifully made and oh so stylish!
The English Rose kitchen was manufactured during the 1950s by C.S.A. Industries of Warwick.
The company was originally a manufacturer of aluminium parts for wartime aircraft – what a change in direction!
Just imagine how wonderful it could look with black & white chequerboard tiles and accessorised with vintage kitchenalia.
The kitchen units come up for sale in this Friday’s auction (22 May). Viewing is all day Thursday, 8am to 7pm, and on the Friday morning before the sale starts at 10am sharp.
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John Lewis of Hungerford currently sells a modern kitchen, the Creme de la Creme, inspired by English Rose.