Cosco Vinyl 4-Pack Folding Chair, Antique Linen

Cosco Vinyl 4-Pack Folding Chair, Antique Linen

  • Folds flat and compact for easy storage
  • Durable steel frame with powder-coated durable finish
  • Cross braces and tube-in-tube reinforced frame for strength and stability
  • Non-marring leg tips protect floor surfaces

Make your hosting duties easier with durable, comfortable chairs that clean up in a breeze. In black with a powder-coated finish for durability. The vinyl padded seat and back make them a crowd favorite. This folding chair offers a tube-in-tube reinforced frame and low maintenance, long lasting powder coat frame finish, while still remaining stylish with fashionable vinyl upholstery that matches any current decor. Chairs have a strong, two cross brace construction and a comfortable, contoured padded seat and back.

List Price: $ 179.20

Price: $ 85.00

Antique Ethiopian Candelabrum, Old Church of St. Mary of Zion

Antique Ethiopian Candelabrum, Old Church of St. Mary of Zion
Old Church
Image by A. Davey
In the old Church of St. Mary of Zion, Axum, Ethiopia.

This photo was taken in natural light with a 50mm lens at f/1.4, ISO 1250 and an exposure of 1/45 sec., so some processing with Aperture and Photoshop was needed to achieve the image you see here.

Church Antique Used Reclaimed Chairs for sale at UKAA

UKAA buy and sell antique reclaimed church and chapel chairs. Used and salvaged reclamed antique church chairs are sold at UKAA.UKAA are the church and chapel chair supplier of choice. Here we are salvaging some excellent original reclaimed church chairs from St Mary’s Church in Chester. UK Architectural Antiques take great care of the reclaimed items we buy and equally with the renovated items we pasionately sell on our dedicated architectural website.

Amighini Architectural Announces the Arrival of Antique Salvage Italian Pieces

Anaheim, CA (PRWEB) March 17, 2010

Amighini Architectural, a leading source for architectural salvage pieces and doing e-commerce at, announces the arrival of a new container of architectural pieces from Italy. Amighini Architectural specializes in providing a diversity of unique antique doors, door hardware, stained glass, windows, wrought iron, antique tiles and more.

A family-run company and in business for over forty-five years, Amighini Architectural is known for its authentic historic period antique salvage. Focused on offering to the public antique pieces from the eighteenth, nineteenth and early twentieth century, Amighini Architectural offers homeowners and those who own vintage buildings the materials for restoring or renovating period structures.

There are several surprises waiting in the new container of architectural reclamation pieces from Italy, including several incredible pieces that have been under restoration for years. One piece that particularly stands out in this vast shipment, and a signature component of the Amighini Architectural product line, is a sixteen-foot Italian door that was salvaged from an old church in Northern Italy. Architectural salvage doors like this one, as well as complementary antique door hardware, can be found by visiting the Amighini Architectural website, or by visiting their store in Anaheim, California.

Amighini Architectural also offers additional services necessary for finishing a vintage building renovation. They offer restoration services, particularly for antique doors, as well as finish work and hardware suitable for the architectural salvage doors and antique windows that they offer. For individuals searching for an uncommon architectural antique, they can help provide the distinctive items to make a new or renovated space a special place.

For additional information on their new shipment of Italian architectural salvage pieces and their entire antique salvage line, visit

About Amighini Architectural:

Amighini Architectural is a leading source for quality architectural salvage pieces, including antique doors, door hardware, windows, stained glass, wrought iron, antique tiles and other unique vintage pieces from the eighteenth, nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.