Maycroft Lloyd Loom Special Offers
1 x Lloyd Loom Beverley Children's armchair with flat weave seat painted in 'Chalk' (please see 'Colours' in the menu for further details).
Please note, this furniture is part of a collection of stock special offer items which we currently have available. If you require more Lloyd Loom children's chairs than are showing on this page, please feel free to call us or see our new, handmade to order range of chairs here: Maycroft Lloyd Loom Children's Chair
For new, handmade to order bespoke pieces of Lloyd Loom furniture, please see our Maycroft range
If there is anything specific which you are looking for, or if you have any queries regarding this item or other Lloyd Loom pieces, please don't hesitate to get in touch on 01274 296869
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Please be aware that Lloyd Loom of Spalding Ltd went into liquidation in February 2016. This company was the “ORIGINAL” Lloyd Loom company, manufacturing furniture in the UK.
There is now a NEW company called Lloyd Loom Originals Ltd CLAIMING to be the “original” Lloyd Loom company. They have a new website showing brands and products made by Lloyd Loom of Spalding Ltd and say in their “about us” section that they have supplied pieces to the BBC, Wimbledon and Betty’s Tea Shops. These were customers of Lloyd Loom of Spalding Ltd and NOT Lloyd Loom Originals Ltd.
The Lloyd Loom Originals Ltd website also shows products from the German company called Accente – a company that is also in Receivership. Machinery and assets were removed from the original Lloyd Loom of Spalding company just before it went into liquidation. These assets were moved to a factory in Romania, which is now the manufacturing site for Lloyd Loom Originals Ltd.
Please note that Maycroft Lloyd Loom offers new Lloyd Loom furniture manufactured in the UK by Lloyd Loom Manufacturing Ltd. This company is owned and staffed by skilled former employees of Lloyd Loom of Spalding Ltd., who were all made redundant when the company failed in early 2016.