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Film, TV and Photographic Furniture Hire
If you're looking to hire Mid Century, 20th Century furniture or art for film or photographic shoots we have a long history of supplying classic and iconic, or more unusual and interesting items for your project.
Over the last 12 years we've been involved with supplying hire furniture and art for films, TV series, magazine and website photoshoots and also room and property dressing.
For details of all current available items please see our main listing page HERE
Speed, delivery and pick-up
Over the years what we've learned regarding furniture and art hire is that speed is often of paramount importance. It's therefore not unusual to receive a call on the Friday for pick up over the same weekend or on the Monday. As such we can normally turn around stock to make it available for hire very quickly, and even in some cases, on the same day (subject to using your own courier).
One of the other aspects of our service that professional buyers and hirers find useful is the ability to source particular items if required. Needless to say there is only so much stock we can hold so if there is something you are looking for which is proving to be elusive we may be able to help. With connections with over 100 auction houses in the UK and Europe as well as personal relationships with numerous other professional furniture and art traders we are plugged into a large network of specialists that could fulfil your needs - if we don't have it, there is a chance we can find it for you!
Some clients prefer to buy rather than hire depending on the situation and in this case we're happy to offer favourable trade discounts on our current prices. So if you are looking to buy, hire or looking for help in sourcing a special item please don't hesitate to contact us.
''We bought a few amazing items from David last year, all absolutely beautiful and all in great condition. He has a superb collection and his professionalism, knowledge and speed of service is second to none. Thank you again!''
Kate Goodman, buyer for NBC Universal's Brave New World.
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