After decades accumulating, collecting, and collectively with inheritances of diverse objects Europe wide, now mostly vintage, the time has come to offer them for sale recycling to those who will hopefully cherish and give new life to quality handmade items as well as supportive for a more sustainable planet
A Circular Economy is based on the principle that nothing useful should go to waste, whereas the Linear Model disposes of things when they are no longer needed
This INTERNET site does not represent a dealership and all items offered here are available on Mallorca as preowned in good to excellent used conditions and presented by a private to private individual status hence will be managed as such. Of course dealers and professionals are welcome to purchase
All suggested prices are listed with a brief but accurate description which have been researched and priced to sell, however open for realistic near offers that will be considered and one should contact via e-mail for more detailed information
Shipping is in the hands of the purchaser for any heavy furniture pieces whereas a professional removal company is necessary. Some large furniture items are detachable for easier packing and as for crystal chandeliers, they can be completely dismantled and pieces numbered for reassembly or for a fee plus expenses will be reassembled at its destination by an expert who can be organised
Smaller items may be shipped with registered and insured trackable national or international postal service…
Depending on the location costs are agreed prior to sending.
Items are sent by Correos standard services unless otherwise stated. Parcels are covered by normal Post Office insurance. If a signed-for service is required or additional insurance to a greater value this can be provided at an additional cost.
Of course any item may be collected personally by appointment in Palma de Mallorca
In this modern era antiques are no longer just to fill space and serve their practical purpose where antique furniture is now recognised as decorative works of art, focal points and conversation pieces in the home. In other words they are now recognised for what they really are; beautiful things with quality works of art that have survived a dormant era where the nature of craftsmanship was exceptional and mass production was virtually unknown