chesterfield sofa is lovingly created by time-served British craftsmen, using the finest quality materials. We don’t need to shout from the roof top or make outlandish Apprentice–style assertions so that people know how good our chesterfield sofa is. We rely on word of mouth and customer loyalty. Our customers are our biggest brand ambassadors. They know a quality product when they see one, and they know when they’re getting true value for money. They don’t need to be told this. The feedback we’ve received tells us quite clearly that our customers think our chesterfield sofa is a quality product. Who needs to bang on about fields full of ponies? Why do customers love our chesterfield sofa? So why do our customers keep coming back? It’s simple, really: when you buy a fabric-covered chesterfield sofa or a leather chesterfield settee from us, we guarantee that you’re going to be buying a quality product made by Britain’s finest. Our customers expect only the best; so that’s what we always endeavour to give them. We only use the finest quality leathers: we insist on the best, so we use full hides to guarantee quality and colour consistency. Some competitors may use demicks and patch up the offcuts. That practice is just unsatisfactory as far as we’re concerned. We insist on the optimum quality. The same applies to the hardwoods we use in our sofa construction. We only use the finest seasoned hardwoods in our furniture frames. Soft woods may be the cheaper option, but they aren’t as robust and they tend to warp and sag over time. That just isn’t good enough for the rigorous quality standards we set for ourselves. If those weren’t reasons enough, we also guarantee that you’ll be paying a competitive price for a chesterfield sofa too. If you’re lucky enough to find a chesterfield sofa of an equal quality at a cheaper price, we guarantee to beat that price. What more needs saying? So if you’re thinking about buying a new chesterfield sofa, our advice is simple: buy British and buy from a trusted and respected source.]]>

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