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Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful.


GENUINE ECO-CHIC FURNITURE Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful.


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. This beautiful vintage bedside cabinet was found in an antique shop in Northumberland. The drawer lining and inside cupboard have been finished in a bright fuschia metallic and a mix of black matt and eggshell paints was used for the exterior. It boasts a beautifully ornate handle. An old embossed book has been painted in the same finish as the top of the cabinet and fixed to the surface. Fixed to top of the book is a pair of French spectacles in their original case with the name of Lacroix in gold lettering. The spectacles were found at a Brocante just outside Paris. Measurements: 71cms High x 34cm Deep x 47cms Wide

Bedside Reading | ÂŁ995.00 | No: GF0001


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. Discovered in an antiques fair in Nantes, France this fabulous salon chair has been covered in a Victorian Lady's, black velvet, riding jacket. The original buttons run down the centre of the back rest. The seat is made from a vintage gold and black, narrow stripe lining, edged with black velvet. The whole chair has been double piped. Now for a surprise, when you turn the chair around the strap, that would have fixed the riding jacket to a skirt, has been attached to the backrest and inside it has the Lady's name - Miss Anne - written on it. The strap is held together with its original, tiny hook and eye. The chair frame has been in a matt taupe coloured paint from a range bought in Paris. It is beautifully ornate with a centre post at the back. This chair has a history that is evident the minute you cast an eye over it. Measurements: 192 cm High x 47cm Wide x 45cm Deep Height to seat 45 cm

Miss Anne | ÂŁ950.00 | No: GF0013


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. This beautiful Louis chair, found in a Brocante in Northern France had seen better days but after some restoration it started to shine. Some areas still have the marks of age so we thought it fit to cover it in a vintage, black canvas fabric and write a famous quotation by the late Salvador Dali - 'Have no fear of perfection you'll never reach it' What could be more apt? The lettering has been applied in the same paint that was used on the chair frame - a deep rich copper. A shining example of Ghost Furniture. Measurements: 94cms High x 62cms Wide x 53cms Deep. Height to seat 38cms

Dali | ÂŁ795.00 | No: GF0014


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. We have owned this Singer sewing table since the 1980s. Bought from an antiques dealer in Newcastle upon Tyne. It was time to part with it but not before we did something very special. The table has been finished with a pale grey, matt paint from a range bought in Paris. The lid of the table has been finished in matt black with a stunning array of trompe l'eol, vintage sewing items.Take a really close look and we defy you not to want to pick them up. Thread and ribbon trail off the lid onto the table, crochet hooks, buttons and old spools of cotton defy the eye. This table has a deep well inside which would have originally held the sewing machine but can now be used to store your own sewing implements. A true work of art done by Sabina Rose, an artist of note, who lives in our region of Northumberland. Measurements: 74cm High x 89cm Wide x 42cm Deep.

Sew What | ÂŁ750.00 | No: GF0015


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. This gorgeous little galleried wine table was found in a house clearance in Northumberland. Finished in a claret coloured, matt paint from a range bought in Paris it lives up to it's name. Fixed to the top is a bunch of silky, green grapes made by Constance Muller of New Jersey, USA. These grapes have been painstakingly formed from vintage fabric, they even have a blush to them and they sit on a real stem. Also a little ornate coaster and a wine goblet have been fixed to the top and finished in the same colour as the table. Finally a fabulously ornate wine holder, found in a cellar in Paris, has been finished in bronze and matt black, we have left this loose to be taken to the dinner table. Salut! Measurements: 71cm High x 43 cm diameter

Wine Table | ÂŁ995.00 | No: GF0016


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. Our fabulous glass fronted and mirrored, Shadow Cabinet - not the political type - has been finished in a matt, French Grey paint from a range bought in Paris. This little gem was found in a house clearance in the Derwent Valley. We have painted the inside with a purple pearlised paint but we didn't leave it there, the back panel of the cupboard has had velvet silhouettes applied which consist of - teapot, coffee pot milk jug and sugar bowl. This is a beautiful piece of furniture, all very curvy and sexy is finished off with a bevel edged mirror. Confuse your guests! Measurements: 141cm High x 56cm Wide x 37cm Deep Height to shelf 98cm

Shadow Cabinet| ÂŁ750.00 | No: GF0017


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. These gorgeous curvy shelves with two little drawers were found in an antique shop in Northumberland. Fixed to the top is a vintage pewter coffee pot and a little wooden pot filled with real coffee beans fixed into place and a few spilled ones - for effect. The whole item has been Painted in Farrow and Ball Mouses Back with Ghost’s special smooth wax finish. Ideal for storing fresh coffee beans and maybe some coffee cups and saucers. Measurements: 72cms Wide x 42cms High x 23cms Deep

Spill the Beans | ÂŁ450.00 | No: GF0002


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. A conversation piece that is reminiscent of a Parisian garret. Dinner for One is set on a pine tilt top table which was found in an antique shop in Newcastle. Ornate vintage cutlery, a vintage plate, napkin and ring and a wooden wine goblet all fixed to the table. The napkin has been treated to make it sculpturally rigid. Of course, when you tilt the table nothing falls off. The whole piece has been painted in Farrow & Ball White Pointing and treated with Ghost’s special smooth wax finish. When the table is flat the goblet can be used to hold flowers and the plate can hold fruit making it a very useful piece of art. Measurements: 74 cm High x 62cm Diam

Dinner for One | ÂŁ1200.00 | No: GF0003


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. Exactly what it says. This antique oak footstool was found in a large house clearance in Northumberland. Beautifully made with little turned legs. An old plaster cast of part of a gladiator's foot in a Roman sandal has been fixed to the top of the stool - yes that makes it a Foot Stool. Painted with Designers Guild Moss. The top of the stool has an intricate lace pattern in Designer's Guild Kingfisher. Lastly, treated with Ghost’s special smooth wax finish. Measurements: 16cms High x 44cms Wide x 26cms Deep

Foot Stool | ÂŁ250.00 | No: GF0004


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. This old school chair has been distressed in a way that only a child could achieve. Hearts and arrows, noughts and crosses and graffiti adorn this imaginative piece of kid's furniture. A 1940's braided school blazer has been treated to make it sculpturally rigid and has been painted back to its original colours. This was draped over the back of the chair and allowed to dry showing off all its folds. It even has its badge with the school motto on it. A gold leaf catapult has been fixed into one of the pockets. A great way to show off your child's first school blazer. If you have a blazer that you would like to be turned into something similar then please email us for a quote.

Golden Boy | ÂŁ450.00 | No: GF0006


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. We found this console table with a lion's leg in a car boot fair in Penrith. It was in a sad state and was given to a carpenter to give it some emergency treatment. Once it was back on its feet it was obvious that the lions leg should be just that. The finish is so realistic you have to touch it to realise it is only painted. Painted in Farrow and Ball off-Black eggshell and treated with Ghost's special smooth wax finish this sad old lion became king of the jungle. Measurements: 78cm High x 89cm Wide x 45cm Deep

Golden Boy | ÂŁ450.00 | No: GF0006


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. This table was found in a house clearance in Newcastle upon Tyne unusual in that it has six legs instead of the normal four. A corner of a lace panel was painted onto the top and edge to give the feeling of it slipping off the table. Finished in a smooth Fired Earth Black with the lace in soft cream then treated with Ghost’s special smooth wax finish. Ornate scalloped edging to both the top surface and those curvy legs make this a stunning piece. Measurements: 74cms High x 72cms Diam

Laced Up | ÂŁ595.00 | No: GF0008


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. This elegant dressing table was found in a country house clearance in Northumberland, decorated with a manequinn's arm found in an old props warehouse in Northumberland and an old silver hand mirror found in a Paris flea market. The drawers (inside and outside), mirror, feet, finials and mirror holders have all been finished in Old Penny Copper as have the fixed accessories. The rest of the piece has been painted with Farrow and Ball Brinjal (aubergine). A truly opulent piece with it's own built-in ring holder (the manequinn's arm) decorated with a vintage lace bracelet. Measurements: 80cm High (with Mirror 140cms) x 72cm Wide x 51cm Deep

Dressing Up | ÂŁ1600.00 | No: GF0009


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. This table belonged to an artist - an ideal piece to create a still life in 3D. The bowl, vase, gorgeously ornate spoon, the delightful ice cream bowl with two delicate pigeons and the glorious tassle were found at an antiques fair in Paris. We gave all but the tassle a copper finish and fixed them to the table. We needed deep rich colour so the fruit and vegetables found at The Ham Fair in Paris, (from an old chacuterie), were left untreated and placed in the bowl - not fixed. Two gorgeous perpetual roses, treated to remain soft and fresh to the eye and touch, placed in the vase surrounded by reindeer moss. The table itself is just as we found it apart from highlighting the ornate decorations in copper. It was originally laquered. This has faded and worn but we felt this added to its charm and for once we left it alone. A still life portrait in 3D.

Still Life | ÂŁ1600.00 | No: GF0010


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. This elegant little chair was found in a Country House clearance. Small enough for a child and beautifully proportioned. The Girl's Sunday Best Hat came from an old Hat Shop in France that was being cleared and it was found in an old storeroom, it dates from the 1920s. We bought 7 of them so watch out for more. The hat has been stiffened and finished in the same colours as the chair Taupe and Copper. The taupe paint was found in Paris and is the best matt finish ever, the chair was then treated with Ghost’s special smooth wax finish. A new seat was made and covered in a vintage herringbone Russian Linen. This linen gets better with age becoming soft and tactile. The Hat is fixed to the chair as if waiting for the owner to pick it up and put it on for Sunday Best. Measurements: 82.5cm High, Front of Seat 38cm Wide, Back of Seat 29.5cm Wide, Width of Back Incl Hat 46cm

Sunday Best | ÂŁ325.00 | No: GF0011


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. This otherwise ordinary coffee table found in a Depot Vente just outside Paris needed a lot of TLC. Drawn by its elegant shape we set to and transformed it into a piece of art by draping and sculpting a damask napkin, fixing a milk jug, sugar bowl and coffee pot, all found in the same Depot Vente, to the table top. The whole piece was then finished in Pewter. This would make a wonderful statement in maybe a cafe as it could be suspended and tilted with a spotlight pointed on it - just one idea! Measurements: 107cm Long x 40cm High x 53cm Wide

Coffee Table | ÂŁ850.00 | No: GF0012


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. This beautiful Louis chair was found at an antiques fair on the island of Chatou in Paris. The upholstery and the chair itself was in fabulous condition but the wood was dark, dull and uninteresting. Finished in a subtle verdigris matt finish using a paint found in Paris that gives the best matt finish ever we transformed this chair into something special. All the carvings and swirls have been highlighted in copper and then treated with Ghost’s special smooth wax finish. As a finishing touch an amazing vintage applique of deep coloured velvet flowers (from Provence) has been applied to the backrest. The chair boasts its original tiny castors on the front legs. Measurements: 95cm High x 47cm Wide x 44cm Deep Height to Seat 44cm

Diane | ÂŁ550.00 | No: OF0011


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. These beautiful salon chairs were found at an antiques fair in Nantes, France and have been painted in a black matt finish. Fabulously ornate with a centre bar to the back. Upholstered in a vintage crushed velvet in the most gorgeous taupe colour, this fabric has a beautiful sheen to it. Antique French lace has been applied to the chair backs. These lace pieces are very intricate and consist of roses, leaves and tiny buds, applied to opposing sides of the chairs. We think they look like two beautifully framed paintings and would make a statement in any room in the house. Measurements: 92cm High x 47cm Wide x 45cm Deep. Height to seat 45cm.

Black Boudoir Chairs | ÂŁ1,100.00 the pair | No: OF0012


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. Found in a very interesting house clearance in Northumberland this original Danish retro chair is of the highest quality. To add a new twist to it we upholstered it with a very interesting fabric. Voyage was a fashion store in London that was very particular about who they allowed through the door, hence the reason they eventually closed. This fabric - a faux leather with the most amazing gold embroidery - was made available to us from their stock. We finished the chair with a matt black paint and Ghost’s special smooth wax finish. This was a brave and bold thing to do to a retro chair but we think it was so worth it and above all else it is comfortable beyond belief. Measurements: 99cm High x 72cm Wide x 70cm Deep. Height to seat 41cm.

Retro Chic | ÂŁ950.00 | No: OF0014


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. Well what can we say? We found this footstool in an antiques centre in Ely, Cambridge and the owner of the place thought we were mad to buy it, yes even the owner. It was covered in a disgusting fun fur but we saw it's potential immediately. Being made from 4 ball and claw feet from an antique bath makes it very heavy. The chosen fabric to replace the awful fun fur was to be from Voyage which was a fashion store in London that was very particular about who they allowed through the door, hence the reason they eventually closed. This fabric - a faux leather with the most amazing gold embroidery - was made available to us from their stock. We love this piece beyond belief, it's quirky, fun and elegant all at the same time. Measurements: 29cm High x 59cm Wide x 40cm Deep.

Feet Up | ÂŁ495.00 the pair | No: OF0015


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. A classic piece found at an antiques fair in Newark, England. This wonderfully elegant window seat, finished in a subtle verdigris paint purchased in Paris with the carvings highlighted in copper then treated with Ghost’s special smooth wax finish. Upholstered in a vintage Russian Linen with a herringbone pattern - this linen just gets better with age this is one of our favourite French Chic pieces. Measurements: 75cm High x 125cm Long x 48cm Deep, Height to Seat 50cm

Salon Chaise | ÂŁ950.00 | No: OF0010


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. Found sitting outside a second hand shop in Cambridge this fabulous, solid table is large enough to seat 6 and with a chandelier above it looks stunning as the gold reflects the light. Also when not in use it can be tipped and with a spotlight strategically placed it will sparkle and shine. The lace pattern is painted in gold and even continues over the edge of the table top. Painted in Farrow and Ball Off Black eggshell and treated with Ghost's special smooth wax finish. Measurements: 76cm High x 104cm Diam

Alanna | ÂŁ1800.00 | No: OF0004


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. This elegant console table was found at an antiques fair in Northumberland. Treated with matt black paint and a matt varnish then finished with a beautiful metallic tassel found at The Saint Sulpice Antiques Fair in Paris. Plus an ornate French lace piece in black sits on top of the table to give it that extra pizazz. Measurements: 75cm High x 73cm Wide

Amelie | ÂŁ595.00 | No: OF0006


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. This Art Deco table was found in a house clearance in Newcastle upon Tyne. The top was roughly hewn and we thought it would lend itself to having a meadow painted on the top. A big bumble bee sits on top of a giant daisy surrounded by poppies and wild flowers. Painted with Farrow and Ball Off-Black eggshell. The table comes with a protective glass circle.

Meadow | ÂŁ750.00 | No: OF0001


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. Purchased as one of a set of four from eBay this stool was the odd one out as it had no back. We took a gorgeous piece of vintage shot silk in a deep rust/orange colour and edged it with a heavy, luxurious, vintage tasselled fringe in various shades of gold. The seat is deep buttoned. The circular detailing has been painted in Farrow and Ball Off Black eggshell and the legs have been covered in gold leaf. A stunning stool that glistens in any light. The fringe has a thread running through the bottom which can be removed if you so wish. Measurements: 29cms High x 33cms Diam

Amber | ÂŁ295.00 | No: OF0002


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. This elegant stool was found in a country house sale in Northumberland and has been finished in a subtle verdigris matt paint purchased in Paris. The feet finished to look as though they have been dipped in copper. Then all treated with Ghost’s special smooth wax finish. The deep, deep buttoned seat is covered in a vintage shot silk in the most glorious burnt orange. This has been edged in a luxurious vintage tassled trim which perfectly matches the fabric. Measurements: 52cm High x 53cm Wide x 37cm Deep

Ella | ÂŁ350.00 | No: OF0008


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. This little chest of drawers has been sitting in our lounge for years holding various TV accessories. The original bronze handles are so detailed and beautiful we decided to highlight them by painting the edging on the piece in a matching bronze. The drawers have been painted in a gorgeous matt brinjal (aubergine) and rest of the piece has been painted with matt black with a dead flat varnish for added protection. This is a stunning piece that would grace any room in the home. Measurements: 67cms High x 46cms Wide

Pandora | ÂŁ595.00 | No: OF0007


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. This fabulous Victorian table was found in a house clearance in Newcastle, England. Ornate scalloped edging to both the top and bottom surfaces and those curvy legs make this a stunning piece. Finished in Fired Earth soft white and treated with Ghost’s special smooth wax finish. The two gorgeous pieces of antique French lace have been fixed to the top and covered with a smooth-edged glass circle. Measurements: 68cms Diam x 73cms High

Anastasia | ÂŁ695.00 | No: OF0005


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. We found this curvy and very sexy antique chair in an old barn in France. It had seen better days and was crying out for some TLC. Finished in a milk chocolate coloured paint it still needed a lift so we decided to wrap it in gold just like you would a chocolate. The seat has been upholstered in a delicious satin, striped in green/gold and chocolate and tied to the uprights at the back with the same fabric. Good enough to eat? Measurements: 94cm High x 59cm Wide x 46cm Diameter. Height to seat 53cm

Chocolat Chair | ÂŁ395.00 | No: OF0013


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. Purchased as one of a set of four from eBay we decided to give the boudoir stools a human feel by dressing them in corsets. This fabulous 1980s (it was mine!) black lace corset, still with it’s suspenders has been used to cover the back cushion which is in a lovely vintage cream satin. The fabric used for the seat and the massive bow on the back of the stool is a vintage black taffeta with appliqued raised flowers and stems. The stool itself has been painted in Farrow and Ball Dimity Eggshell which gives the look of flesh. If you feel the need you can even place little items in the bra cups. Measurements: 87cms High Seat 35cms Diam

Madamoiselle Noir| ÂŁ550.00 | No: FF0001


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. Purchased as one of a set of four from eBay we decided to give the boudoir stools a human feel by dressing them in corsets. For this stool we have used a French girl's corset purchased from a vintage clothes shop in Normandy. Both the front and back of the corset have intricate detailing and it is in a beautiful pale pink cotton with bones to the front The seat is covered in a vintage satin with a deep buttoned centre. The stool itself has been painted in Farrow and Ball Dimity Eggshell which gives the look of flesh. Measurements: 87cms High Seat 35cms Diam

Mademoiselle Creme | ÂŁ550.00 | No: FF0002


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. Purchased as one of a set of four from eBay we decided to give the boudoir stools a human feel by dressing them in corsets. For this stool we have used a French girl's corset purchased from a vintage clothes shop in Normandy. Both the front and back of the corset have intricate detailing and it is in a beautiful pale pink cotton with bones to the front. The seat is covered in a pale pink vintage satin taken from a 1940s pair of French Knickers. The lace from the legs of the knickers has been used to trim around the seat. The stool itself has been painted in Farrow and Ball Dimity Eggshell which gives the look of flesh. Measurements: 77cm High, Seat 33cm Diam

Mademoiselle Lacet | ÂŁ550.00 | No: FF0003


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. This French cabinet was found in an antique shop in Newcastle upon Tyne and the paint work was found to be in good condition with a fabulous grey and white finish with subtle silver highlights. Our fine artist painted this huge white flower over the top, front and sides with stems and buds carrying on over the top surface to beyond the basin. The ceramic bowl and Phillipe Starck stainless steel taps were used as props on a photo shoot a few years ago and are fitted ready to be plumbed in. The cupboard has three deep drawers, a double fronted cupboard and a drop down door to the top. This piece would look fabulous in a bedroom or as is traditional a bathroom or cloakroom. Measurements: 76cms High x 110cms Long x 60cms Deep

Fleur Blanche| ÂŁ1800.00 | No: FF0004


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. Found in a vintage furniture shop in Newcastle upon Tyne this Louis chair was covered in a vinyl which did it no favours. A vintage fabric with a variety of Louis chairs screen printed onto it has been used to cover the seat and backrest. The chair itself has been painted with Farrow & Ball eggshell Off Black and the carvings highlighted in an irredescent Bronze. A fabulous chair that would grace any room in the home and what else would we call it but Louis Louis? Measurements: 92cms High x 61cms Wide

Louis Louis| ÂŁ750.00 | No: FF0007


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. This fabulous farmhouse chair with a perfect rush seat was found in a cellar of a medieval house just outside Paris. The chair has been painted in Fired Earth Verde Antique and the ornate floral carvings in Fired Earth Rose Mallow Farrow and Ball Red Earth with the scroll details in Farrow and Ball Mouses Back. Finally it was treated with Ghost’s special smooth wax finish. Measurements: 99cm High x 45cm Wide x 40cm Deep

Chaise de Ferme | ÂŁ395.00 | No: FF0005


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. This fabulous, huge chair with the most wonderful curved back slats, was found in a cellar of a medieval house just outside Paris. The sad and tired old covers were discarded and replaced with a fantastic linen and crewelwork, fully-lined fabric taken from a throw purchased back in the 1990s from The English Home Sussex House collection. The throw itself cost ÂŁ450 originally . We have covered the cushions in such a way as to show off the best and most ornate parts of the crewelwork. The chairhas been painted with Farrow and Ball White Pointing Eggshell. This is one seriously comfortable chair - ideal for curling up in with a good book and a hot chocolate. Measurements: 97cms High at Back, 28cms High to Seat, 71cms Deep, 74cms Wide

Chaise Massif | ÂŁ1200.00 | No: FF0006


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. This huge, ornate picture frame from the 1830s was found in a barn in Northumberland. In a sad and sorry state, with pieces missing, it still seemed to be begging to be used. After a long and arduous cleaning operation it was painted with Designers Guild Moss and treated with Ghost’s special smooth wax finish. A large blackboard was inserted and a chrome tube, with an old artist's brush inside, was glued to the frame and painted in matt black - this is to hold chalks ready to write those important messages that no one could possibly miss. Imagine this in your kitchen - what a statement! Measurements: 120cms High x 105cms Wide

Note-toSelf | ÂŁ495.00 | No: YF0003


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. One of a set of two plaster niches found in a dusty corner of an antique shop on Northumberland. Chipped and sad looking they were just too beautiful to pass by. After numerous coats of Designer's Guild Poppy paint and being treated with Ghost's special smooth wax finish it came to life. Iridescent gold was added to some of the detailing and an old pewter bowl was decorated in exactly the same way. The two pieces were glued together and a marriage was made in heaven. The chips are still there but are not anywhere that can be seen without some effort but this all adds to the charm and the history of the piece. Measurements: 60cms High x 34cms Wide

Find a Niche 1 | ÂŁ250.00 | No: YF0001


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. One of a set of two plaster niches found in a dusty corner of an antique shop on Northumberland. Chipped and sad looking they were just too beautiful to pass by. After numerous coats of Designer's Guild Moss paint and being treated with Ghost's special smooth wax finish it came to life. Iridescent gold was added to some of the detailing and an old pewter bowl was decorated in exactly the same way. The two pieces were glued together and a marriage was made in heaven. The chips are still there but are not anywhere that can be seen without some effort but this all adds to the charm and the history of the piece. Measurements: 60cms High x 34cms Wide

Find a Niche 2 | ÂŁ250.00 | No: YF0002


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. This little chair was found in a corner of a stand at the Ham Fair on the island of Chatou on the Seine in Paris. Stacked with vintage fabrics it was poking it's head out saying - look I am just as beautiful as these fabrics. After numerous coats of Designer's Guild Moss paint and being treated with Ghost's special smooth wax finish it started to look beautiful but not content with that we highlighted its ornate parts with vibrant bubble gum pink and iridescent gold and the result, we think, is charming. Measurements: 102cm High x 38cms Wide x 40cm Deep. Height to seat 35 cm

D'or | ÂŁ395.00 | No: YF0004


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Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. Taken from a collection of palettes used for serving canapés at an art function. This palette of 7 assorted colours with 3 old artist’s brushes can be propped against a wall or hung by the finger hole. Finished in Designers Guild Chanterelle and treated with Ghost’s special smooth wax finish. Measurements: 48cm High x 38.5cm Wide

Pastel Palette | £150.00 | No: GA0001


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. If you want to stay healthy in an opulent way then this collection of 5 Vegetables finished in iridescent gold, fixed to a beautiful vintage frame found in a Paris flea market should help to remind you to eat 5 a day. The frame and mount have been painted in a matt black and treated with Ghost’s special smooth wax finish. The vegetables are a carrot, a white radish, a pepper, a courgette and two tomatoes. OK that's six but two are the same. Measurements: 42cm High x 36.5cm Wide

5-a-Day Vegetables | ÂŁ150.00 | No: GA0002


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. If you want to stay healthy in an opulent way then this collection of Five Fruits finished in iridescent bronze sitting on a giant bronze leaf, fixed onto a vintage quilted fabric in a gorgeous shade of mink which covers the backboard of a beautiful vintage frame, found in a Paris flea market should help to remind you to eat five-a-day. The frame has been painted in the same iridescent bronze as the fruit and treated with Ghost’s special smooth wax finish. The fruits are a banana, a fig, an apple, an orange and a pear. Measurements: 46cms High x 39.5cms Wide

Five-a-Day Fruits Frame | ÂŁ150.00 | No: GA0003


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. The ornate silver plated fruit dish with a moveable handle was purchased in a flea market in Tuscany and has been filled with fruit that has been used as props in photo shoots over the years. Figs, a banana, an apple and a lemon sit in the fruit dish and the whole ensemble has been finished in matt white and treated with Ghost’s special smooth wax finish. Swing it around and the fruit won't fall out as it is all fixed in place. Measurements: 24cm High (to top of handle) x 29cm Length x 21cm Deep

Eat 11 | ÂŁ150.00 | No: GA0004


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. Take a sad unused vintage tray found in a flea market in Tuscany add a silver plated teapot that was a family heirloom, a crocheted placemat made by my mother some years ago stiffened to make it sculpturally rigid, a vintage spoon purchased in Les Puces de Saint-Ouen in Paris and a cup and saucer by Nick Munro. Now paint the whole thing in Bubble Gum Pink, highlight the back of the tray and its handles in matt black and just for the hell of it paint the teapot with Designers Guild Moss. Glue everything to the tray and what do you get? Green Tea! Display flat or hang it on the wall to confuse your guests. Measurements: 33cm x 42.5cm

Green Tea | ÂŁ175.00 | No: GA0005


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. The gorgeous scalloped, 2 piece, silver-plated fruit dish was purchased in a flea market in Tuscany and has been filled with fruit that has been used as props in photo shoots over the years. Two beef tomatoes, an onion, an aubergine and a pepper sit in the dish and the whole ensemble has been finished in matt white and treated with Ghost’s special smooth wax finish. This is a typical Ghost piece - hauntingly beautiful. Measurements: 24cm High x 22cm Diam

Eat 8 | ÂŁ150.00 | No: GA0006


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. This frame found at a Brocante in Paris has been painted with Farrow and Ball Print Room Yellow. A pepper previously used as a prop on photo shoots has been fixed to a matt black board and painted in the same matt black. The whole piece has been treated with Ghost’s special smooth wax finish. A fabulous piece for a kitchen or dining room. Measurements: 32cm High x 27cm Wide

Eat 3 | ÂŁ65.00 | No: GA0008


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. This frame found at a Brocante in Paris has been painted with Farrow and Ball Breakfast Room Green. A vintage ladle found at the same Brocante in Paris has been fixed, with the handle on the frame itself, to a matt black board and painted in the same matt black. The whole piece has been treated with Ghost’s special smooth wax finish. A fabulous piece for a kitchen or dining room.. Measurements: 40.5cms High x 36cms Wide

Eat 3 | ÂŁ65.00 | No: GA0008


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. This frame found at a Brocante in Paris has been painted with Farrow and Ball Print Room Yellow. A vintage fork found at the same Brocante in Paris and a knife that was used in one of Harrod's restaurants (the marking is still visible) have been fixed to a matt black board and painted in the same matt black. The whole piece has been treated with Ghost’s special smooth wax finish. A fabulous piece for a kitchen or dining room. Measurements: 32cms High x 27cms Wide

Eat 1 | ÂŁ95.00 | No: GA0010


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. This vintage frame was found in a brocante in Paris as was the vintage fork, the knife was used in one of Harrod's restaurants (the marking is still visible) the cutlery has been fixed to a board alongside a vintage ladle found at an antiques fair in Northumberland. The whole piece has been painted with Designers Guild Chanterelle then treated with Ghost’s special smooth wax finish. A fabulous piece for a kitchen or dining room. Measurements: 30cm High x 26cm Wide

Eat 9 | ÂŁ130.00 | No: GA0011


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. A beautifully carved breadboard with a line from the Lord's prayer in French - Give Us This Day Our Daily Bread and this is just what it does. Found in a Brocante in Paris. A baguette and 2 cut slices previously used in photo shoots - have been placed on the board and the whole item finished in Farrow and Ball Pointing. The words and corn heads have been highlighted in iridescent gold then treated with Ghost’s special smooth wax finish. Measurements: 23cm High x 44cm Wide

Eat 7 | ÂŁ95.00 | No: GA0013


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. This large frame was found at the 74th Brocante et aux Jambons in Paris. It is a beautiful frame with lots of detailing and frames inside frames. At the same fair we found these salad servers and a crumb scoop and fixed them to the frame and painted the whole piece with Farrow and Ball Pointing and treated with Ghost’s special smooth wax finish. This large frame is another typical Ghost piece - hauntingly beautiful. Measurements: 53cm High x 43cm Wide

Eat 4 | ÂŁ150.00 | No: GA0012


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. This large vintage frame, art deco milk and sugar bowls, napkin ring, fork and typical Parisien napkin were all found at a Brocante just outside Paris. The knife was found at an antiques fair in Northumberland and was used in one of Harrod's restaurants (still showing the mark). The napkin has been stiffened and all these items have been placed on the backboard to depict a Parisien Breakfast setting. The milk and sugar bowls still show the original pewter decoration at the top. Painted with Farrow and Ball French Grey and treated with Ghost’s special smooth wax finish. Measurements: 61cms High x 50.5cms Wide

Parisien Breakfast | ÂŁ160.00 | No: GA0014


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. If you want to stay healthy in an opulent way then this collection of Five Fruits finished in iridescent bronze sitting on a giant bronze leaf, fixed onto a vintage quilted fabric in a gorgeous shade of mink which covers the backboard of a beautiful vintage frame, found in a Paris flea market should help to remind you to eat five-a-day. The frame has been painted in the same iridescent bronze as the fruit and treated with Ghost’s special smooth wax finish. The fruits are a banana, a fig, an apple, an orange and a pear. Measurements: 49.5cm High x 39cm Wide

5-a-Day Eucalyptus | ÂŁ150.00 | No: GA0015


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. This gorgeous vintage frame was found in a Paris Brocante and the cup and saucer is a Nick Munroe design. The outer frame has been finished in matt black and the ornate inner frame in pewter. The backboard has been finished in matt black with the saucer in pewter and the cup in Designers Guild Poppy and treated with Ghost’s special smooth wax finish. Measurements: 26cm High x 34cm Wide

Tea Up | ÂŁ95.00 | No: GA0016


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. This is one of our favourites. The fabulous vintage frame with intricate detailing to each corner was found in a treasure trove of an antique shop in Rothbury, Northumberland. The fish mould was found in a Paris Brocante. The frame and backboard have been finished in a matt Taupe paint found in Paris and the frame detailing and the fish have been finished in Copper then they were all treated with Ghost’s special smooth wax finish. Imagine this above your oven. Measurements: 38 cms High x 46cms Wide

Something Fishy | ÂŁ150.00 | No: GA0017


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. This frame is very special to me. Given as a gift to Ghost Furniture by a journalist friend who lives in Paris, who I met through blogging on Designers Block, I just had to make it into something extra special. All the cutlery and the crest were found at The Ham Fair on the island of Chatou in Paris that I was visiting with said friend. I finished the frame and all the accessories in a gorgeous matt black paint found in Paris also then these were all treated with Ghost’s special smooth wax finish. It looks like something that has been given The Royal Appointment so it seemed fitting to call it just that. Our benefactor is a Queen after all. Measurements: 53cms High x 41cms Wide

By Royal Appointment | ÂŁ175.00 | No: GA0018


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. This luxurious deep frame was found at an antiques fair in Hexham, Northumberland. It was in a sorry state but only in so far as the gilding was in a bad state. The frame itself was undamaged. The frame has been painted in a matt black and treated with Ghost’s special smooth wax finish and the mount has not been touched. An Art Deco pendant in the shape of a dancing woman was simply put in the centre on a matt black board so as not to detract from the beauty of the frame itself.

Golden Girl | ÂŁ120.00 | No: OA0001


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. A small but very ornate vintage frame with visible signs of age has been finished with iridescent bronze paint with the inside trim in iridescent gold. The backboard has been finished with a matt black and a tiny vintage patisserie cone, purchased in a Paris Brocante, has been finished in iridescent gold ready to hold tiny flowers, leaves or you choose. All treated with Ghost’s special smooth wax finish. We would advise wrapping live flowers etc. in a water-filled tube before placing inside the cone. Measurements: 26cm High x 21.5cm Wide

Petit Patisserie 4 | ÂŁ35.00 | No: OA0002


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. A small but very ornate vintage frame with visible signs of age has been finished with iridescent bronze paint with the inside trim in iridescent gold. The backboard has been finished with a matt black and a tiny vintage patisserie cone, purchased in a Paris Brocante, has been finished in iridescent gold ready to hold tiny flowers, leaves or you choose. All treated with Ghost’s special smooth wax finish. We would advise wrapping live flowers etc. in a water-filled tube before placing inside the cone. Measurements: 26cms High x 21.5cms Wide

Petit Patisserie 3| ÂŁ35.00 | No: OA0003


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. This ornate little vintage frame was found at a flea market in Northumberland, entirely empty and scratched. It has been lovingly restored and painted with irredescent silver and a backboard fixed and painted with Designer's Guild Moss. A tiny vintage patisserie tin found at a Parisian flea market has been painted in the same colours and fixed to the centre. All have been treated with Ghost’s special smooth wax finish. A fabulous statement for a kitchen or dining room wall. Measurements: 21cm Square

Silver Patisserie | ÂŁ35.00 | No: OA0004


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. A pair of 1980s Laura Ashley lamps. The bases have been finished in matt black and the burgundy fabric shades have been decorated with fabulous vintage French, heavily embroidered lace. The lace has been applied in such a way as to have the large roses and leaves sitting on the shade and the tiny little buds falling down from the them. The back of the shades have been decorated with heavy black silk tassels so the lamps can be as beautiful from both sides. Measurements: Base - 58cm High, Top of Shade 10cm Diam, Bottom of Shade 28.5cm Diam, Height of Shade: 18cm

Miranda | ÂŁ200.00 The pair| No: OA0010


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. This little circular plaque showing 2 cherubs in relief was found at a Flea Market in Cambridge. It was an awful shade of blue but was far too pretty to be overlooked. Finished with Farrow and Ball Pointing and matt black with the inside frame in iridescent gold and treated with Ghost’s special smooth wax finish. Measurement: 17cm Diam

Angelica | ÂŁ35.00 | No: GA0011


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. These small lamp shades were found on eBay. Made from a heavy parchment with the top and bottom decorated with a raised gesso. The shades have been painted with iridescent gold. An antique soft pink, paper rose (old family pieces) have been attached to each shade. Measurements: 11cm High, Top 8.5 cm, Bottom 13.5cm

Rose Shades | ÂŁ95.00 The Pair| No: OA0013


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. This elegant mirror with a candleholder at the base was found in a flea market in Northumberland. Finished in matt black and iridescent bronze (to highlight the candleholder). This has been turned into an elegant piece of furniture fit to grace any wall. Measurements: 66cm High x 38cm Wide

Arabella | ÂŁ90.00 | No: OA0014


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. This elegant little pitcher was found in a cellar in a medieval village just outside Paris and the little cups were from ebay in France (Normandy). Finished in Farrow and Ball Brinjal (aubergine), the pitcher highlighted in iridescent bronze and the inside of the cups also in iridescent bronze this makes a delightful little set. Measurements: Pitcher 23.5cms High, Cups 11cms High x 6cms Diam

Gilda Pitcher and Cups| ÂŁ65.00 | No: OA0015


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. These 3 vintage frames varying in size were found in a flea market in Northumberland and the little French patisserie tins found in a vintage shop in Northumberland. The frames were finished in an iridescent gold as were the insides of the tins. Matt black was applied to the backboard and the backs of the tins. Placed on a kitchen wall with a spotlight directed on them they sparkle. Measurements: Small 19.5cm Square, Med 21cm Square, Large 21cm High x 23.5cm Wide

Martina | ÂŁ90.00 Set of Three | No: OA0016


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. This fabulous pediment was found at a car boot fair in Northumberland. To be honest, it was hideous as it had been painted in an awful colour. We set about bringing it back to life by painting it it with matt black and a matt varnish. The flowers were then picked out in iridescent gold. This piece would sit beautifully over many of our black pieces of furniture. Measurements: 28.5cm High x 23cm Wide

Camille | ÂŁ65.00 | No: OA0017


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. This amazing frame even though it has pieces missing hasn't lost its charm. This must have been one expensive frame when it was first made. Found at The Ham Fair on the island of Chatou in Paris we set to and finished it with iridescent Gold. The glorious piece of lace, which has been mounted on black velour, was purchased from the most amazing Vintage Clothes Shop in Village St Paul in Paris. It has the most amazing detailing and we would have loved to have seen the item it originally graced. What else would we call it but Paris Match? Measurements: 44cm High x 28cm Wide

Paris Match | ÂŁ175.00 | No: OA0019


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. A cushion made from an Edwardian bodice. This fabulous bodice was found in an antique shop in Alston, Northumberland. It is is perfect condition. Wrapped around a little cushion made from a vintage ivory satin and tied at the sides, this item would add a lovely touch to your boudoir. Measurements: 44cm High x 28cm Wide

An Edwardian Lady | ÂŁ75.00 | No: OA0020


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. This gorgeous ornately etched oval frame was found in a Brocante just outside Paris. The deep burgundy velvet rose was found at the same Brocante. The stem comes out of the frame and the rose sits on the frame itself. Painted in Farrow and Ball French Grey and treated with Ghost's special smooth wax finish. Measurements: 32 cms High x 27cms Wide

Fleur de Velours | ÂŁ65.00 | No: FA0001


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. Vintage chrome candle sticks picked up in a Paris Brocante, with an ultra smooth finish in Fired Earth’s Rose Mallow and treated with Ghost’s special smooth wax finish, matching vintage paper shades, trimmed with beautiful velvet flowers one side and velvet leaves on the reverse. These fabulous, vibrant flowers & leaves were purchased some years ago from VV Rouleaux. Measurements: Candlestick 23.5cm High, Base of Candlestick 8cm Square, Top of Shade 6cm Diameter, Bottom of Shade 14cm Diameter, Height of Shade 11cm.

Rose Pale | £95.00 The Pair | No: FA0002


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. This Laura Ashely wooden table lamp was found at an antique fair in Hexham, Northumberland. Painted with Farrow and Ball Mouses's Back and and treated with Ghost’s special smooth wax finish. The shade has been painted with iridescent gold and a strip of gorgeous antique lace, from a relative's vast collection, has been fixed in place. This item is wired for the UK only. Measurements: Base - 49cms High, Shade - Top 10.5 Diam, Bottom 19.5cms Diam, Height 14.5cms

Lacet Lampe | ÂŁ95.00 | No: FA0003


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. This gorgeous, ornate pewter teapot was purchased in an antique shop in Camden, London but its finish was more than a little shabby. It has been finished in a smooth Farrow & Ball French Grey with its gorgeous etchings highlighted in a translucent gold and treated it with Ghost’s special smooth wax finish. The ebony handle and the knob of the lid have been untouched as they are particularly fine. Measurements: 14cms High x 25.5cms Wide

Thierie | ÂŁ65.00 | No: FA0004


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. This huge candelabra was found at an antiques fair in Northumberland. The four arms swing into any position and have been left as they were when we found it. The remainder of the piece have been painted with Farrow and Ball Pointing and treated with Ghost’s special smooth wax finish. The centre candleholder has a painted vintage white rose, with green outer leaves, fixed into it. This is a fabulous centre piece for any dinner table. Measurements: 60cms High, Base 16cms Diam

Chandelier Blanc | ÂŁ150.00 | No: FA0006


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. This frame was found in a Brocante outside Paris and we decided to leave the frame empty but to attach this gorgeous vintage, velvet rose, stem and leaves to the frame itself. The rose was found in an antique shop in Kennebunkport, Maine USA back in the early 1990s. The frame has been painted with Farrow and Ball Mouses Back and treated with Ghost’s special smooth wax finish. A frame that is so decorative it needs no more. Measurements: 38cms High x 32cms Wide

Fleur Flame | ÂŁ55.00 | No: FA0007


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. This elegant vintage frame with an intricate bow sitting at the top was found in a Brocante in Normandy and the little French patisserie tins were purchased from a vintage shop in Northumberland. The frame is painted with Farrow and Ball French Grey and the tins and backboard in Mouses Back. The backs of the patisserie tins are finished in matt black to give an even more dramatic shadow to them. The whole piece then treated with Ghost’s special smooth wax finish This frame looks fabulous in a kitchen and can look surreal if a spotlight is positioned on it. Measurements: 37cms High x 26.5cms Wide

Petit Patisserie 2 | ÂŁ75.00 | No: FA0008


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. This elegant vintage frame with an intricate bow sitting at the top was discovered in a Brocante in Normandy and the little French patisserie tins were purchased from a vintage shop in Northumberland. The frame is painted with Farrow and Ball French Grey and the tins and backboard in a special mix grey. The backs of the patisserie tins are finished in matt black to give an even more dramatic shadow to them. The whole piece has then been treated with Ghost’s special smooth wax finish. This frame looks fabulous in a kitchen and can look surreal if a spotlight is positioned on it. Measurements: 37cms High x 26.5cms Wide

Petite Patisserie 1

| ÂŁ75.00 | No: FA0009


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. These small lamp shades were found on eBay. Made from a heavy parchment with the top and bottom decorated with a raised gesso. The shades have been painted with Farrow and Ball Mouses Back and treated with Ghost’s special smooth wax finish. The gesso has been finished in cream with iridescent gold highlights. A piece of antique cream lace (old family pieces) has been attached to each shade. Measurements: 11cms High, Top 8.5 cms, Bottom 13.5cms

Aimee | ÂŁ95.00 | No: FA0010


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. This very old and beautiful framed wedding bouquet was found in Les Puces de Saint-Ouen Flea Market in Paris. It still has the original weird back cover with the stallholders original price on it 300 Euros. Of course we didn't pay that because the domed glass had been broken and the frame was damaged at the bottom. This damage has been covered with a vintage silk rose and ribbon from another wedding bouquet. The frame has been painted in a luscious cream and highlighted in iridescent gold. Measurements: 41.5cms High x 34cms Wide

Bouquet | ÂŁ125.00 | No: FA0011


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. We just fell in love with this curvacious five-armed candelabra! It needed nothing more than a Farrow and Ball French Grey finish then an application of our special smooth wax. An elegant centre piece for your table. Measurements: 14cm High x 25.5cm Wide

Claudine | ÂŁ65.00 | No: FA0012


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. This lamp was hiding in a box under a table at a Brocante in Paris, looking very sorry for itself so we took pity on it and brought it back to England. Finished in a matt paint - Poppy from Designer's Guild and treated with Ghost’s special smooth wax finish it took on a very different look. The curvy wire mesh shade is decorated with little butterflies and we just brightened it up with a pewter finish which looks delightful when a candle is burning inside it. No longer does this little lamp want to hide. MMeasurements: 30cm High (including shade), 9.5cm Diameter base, 20cm Diameter shade at widest point.

Blushing Butterfly | ÂŁ55.00 | No: YA0009


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. This amazing pewter coffee pot, found in a cellar of a house in a medieval village just outside Paris was badly marked so we cheered it up by applying Designers Guild Kingfisher and treated it with Ghost’s special smooth wax finish. The lid of the pot has been left to show the its original finish. The handle appears to be bone. This is a beautiful shape with gorgeous trims and swirls to the lid and handle. Measurements: 20cms High x 14cms wide

Cafe Blue | ÂŁ55.00 | No: YA0001


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. This Laura Ashely wooden tabel lamp was found at an antique fair in Hexham, Northumberland. Painted with Designer's Guild Kingfisher and treated with Ghost’s special smooth wax finish. The shade has been painted in the same colour and a gorgeous piece of French black antique lace has been fixed in place. The lace has been applied in such a way as to have the large roses and leaves sitting on the shade and the tiny little buds falling down from it. Measurements: Base - 49cms High, Shade - Top 10.5 Diam, Bottom 19.5cms Diameter, Height 14.5cms This item is wired for the UK only.

Lace Lamp| ÂŁ95.00 | No: YA0003


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. This cute little French jug was found in a cellar of a house in a medieval village just outside Paris. Made in Terracotta, with a bunch of brightly coloured fruit in relief. Finished in matt black and treated with Ghost’s special smooth wax finish. A handy little jug to hold utensils, flowers or anything that takes your fancy. Measurement: 11cms High

Little Fruit Jug | ÂŁ35.00 | No: YA0004


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. This poor battered lady was found at a Flea Market in Paris. She had been knocked about a bit and was crying out for some TLC. Finished in Designer's Guild Kingfisher and treated with Ghost’s special smooth wax finish. A vintage collar has been stiffened and fixed to the bust. A beautiful vintage brooch with lily of the valley in the centre and a silver frame has been pinned to the collar. In France it is traditional to give Lily of the Valley on Valentine's Day so this would make a perfect gift for a loved one. Measurements: 33cms High

Blue Lilly | ÂŁ130.00 | No: YA0005


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. These three little plant pots purchased from a vintage store in Northumberland are chipped and rough but looked so beautiful we brought them back to the workshop and brightened them up with Designer's Guild Moss and treated them with Ghost’s special smooth wax finish. Suddenly they look bright and cheerful so we placed silk and velvet flowers and leaves to them and the result was charming. Measurements: Violet Pot 10.5cms High x 7.5cms Diam Leaf Pot 10cms High x 8cms Diam Rose Pot 9cms High x 7.5cms Diam

Green Fingers | ÂŁ45.00 | No: YA0006


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful. Found in an old props warehouse in Newcastle this elegant hat display has been painted with Designers Guild Poppy and treated with Ghost’s special smooth wax finish. A fabulous vintage lace collar has been stiffened and fixed to the shoulders of the piece. This was carefully covered in iridescent gold. Years ago I used to use one of these as a toilet roll holder - no joke! It always raised a laugh. You choose where to use it though. Measurements: 57cms High

Get a Head | ÂŁ160.00 | No: YA0007


Bringing quality furniture back from the dead and making it hauntingly beautiful.

Found at an antiques fair in Northumberland this candelabra was just an appealing shape. Finished in Designer's Guild Moss and Poppy with the centre in pewter then treated with Ghost’s special smooth wax finish. A quirky little number. Measurements: 57cm High

Marissa | ÂŁ45.00 | No: YA0008

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