Standard Lamps

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We sell a lot of standard lamps! Made in various woods, usually mahogany oak or walnut. They are mostly from the 20's, 30's and 40's but we have the odd Art Deco period one too. They come in many many designs, some plain, some carved, some with the famous barley sugar twist column and some with a shelf for your pint or your G&T! We clean, over-stain and wax them all up before they go out. They are all rewired with new fittings and are PAT tested and ready to rock (or light up!)! We have recently sold 54 to a hotel in Belgium that were fitted for European use. So tell us what you want and we'll make it happen!

Prices vary depending on the style and wood but are generally between £145 and £185 so hit the "enquire about this item" button to the right, let us know your requirements and we'll come back to you with a quote.

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Temporary Closure

Good Morning/ Afternoon/ Evening to all our loyal and valued customers,

FOLLOWING THE GOVERNMENT'S GUIDELINES
We have taken the decision today to close our workshops and offices from this Friday evening (8th January). So, from Monday 11th January for 2 weeks our premises in Stafford will be closed.
We will then review the situation and post updates onto our website.
We will still be picking up emails via sales@taylorsclassics.com, if you would like to send an email, a member of our team will reply either via telephone or email.

We are very optimistic for the future, but feel we should be doing 'our bit' to keep everyone who works at Taylor's Classics safe.
Please take care of yourselves and let's hope when the daffodils are out & the birds start to sing, things will be getting better.

Best wishes,
Martin Taylor