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Well !

 

An amazing showroom !

Product seems excellent!!

 

Lots of other things to see !!

 

 

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How much for that picture ??

 

 

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Mostly bespoke stuff ! . Very nice though - would stretch most wallets .....

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59 minutes ago, pocster said:

would stretch most wallets

 

From the price of that picture, seems like there's something else that would be stretched, whilst they were jamming their fist up it!

 

 

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Just now, Big Neil said:

 

From the price of that picture, seems like there's something else that would be stretched, whilst they were jamming their fist up it!

 

 

I was almost tempted to buy it ..... 

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its not even a picture its a print!!!!!

surely now you have a picture of it you should be able to make your own ?

 

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This is Window Shopping as in "looking at all the things I do not need to buy".

 

(Can't decide whether the artist is Welsh or Serbian)

 

Update: Serbian Geordie, apparently.

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42 minutes ago, scottishjohn said:

its not even a picture its a print!!!!!

surely now you have a picture of it you should be able to make your own ?

 

I’ll sell it to you with some free walk on glazing and i’ll Deliver all for 7k !

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I am probably a philistine  as I wouldn,t spend a fraction of that for any picture 

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58 minutes ago, scottishjohn said:

I am probably a philistine  as I wouldn,t spend a fraction of that for any picture 

I will join you in the cave of philistines.......   I’m still in the old wood and worn leather club..... 

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5 hours ago, scottishjohn said:

its not even a picture its a print!!!!!

surely now you have a picture of it you should be able to make your own ?

 

the original, for people with more money than sense 'wow factor', is for sale for 7K as is the rest of the 'stuff'

if you like it sorry, i've had a few friday night reds.

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Probably best to think of these showrooms as art galleries, where the supplier is paying for room space.

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IQglass seem excellent!

Their showroom is inspiring.

Also the lady whom was our point of contact was great .

So far throughly recommended .

 

 

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2 hours ago, pocster said:

IQglass seem excellent!

Their showroom is inspiring.

Also the lady whom was our point of contact was great .

So far throughly recommended .

 

 

 

Did she make you an offer for your glass?

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4 minutes ago, Ferdinand said:

 

Did she make you an offer for your glass?

No

But I made an offer for hers 🙃

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On 31/05/2019 at 15:38, pocster said:

Well !

 

An amazing showroom !

Product seems excellent!!

 

Lots of other things to see !!

 

 

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What is this? I like it.

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6 hours ago, Onoff said:

 

What is this? I like it.


"The Last English Rose".

 

Original owned or exhibited by Saatchi I think

https://www.saatchiart.com/art/Painting-The-Last-English-Rose/393151/2446991/view

 

"Harper & Deyong offer a range of luxury artworks suitable for every room in the house. If you like this piece but are looking for a different colour speak to the team on 01494 722 880. "

 

If I had that sort of money to spend it would not be a print; I would be looking for an original, or to commission, or something more like an original Moore or Frink where I know it will not get commoditised or rejected later by the artist (see Banksy); I think the contemporary art market is a racket, both in galleries and auctions, and especially in IP. 

 

BTW f you sell this print on, you will have to pay 4% to the artist.

 

Ferdinand

 

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Let’s be honest 

7k for a shitty print is a joke .

Some of the bespoke furniture was really nice .

You sit on it and go “ this is nice “

Stand up and flip over the attached label , see the price and go “ F me “

Some of the furniture was more expensive than all my glazing 🥺

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2 hours ago, Ferdinand said:

"The Last English Rose".

 

More like "The Last English Iris"

 

Cool though.

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47 minutes ago, pocster said:

Let’s be honest 

7k for a shitty print is a joke .

 

Depends on definition .... 

 

I have purchased both prints and originals and it’s fair to say a lot in that range will appreciate in value. Around 4 years ago I got offered a Lowry original, 6x4” pencil sketch, for £18,000........ I declines, despite it being available on 36 months interest free etc ... 18 months later it resold for £28,500...... same with Christian Hoook, originals were £2-3k and then he won Sky Portrait artist of the year and some of those original works are now worth upwards of £35k. 

 

You either buy art for investment or pleasure, never both ..!! 

 

I’d never buy from a glazing showroom either ... buy via a decent gallery or dealer and at least get the provenance on the pieces..!!  

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Well !

 

Install is due Monday ! . This is all glazing except the front door . Should be interesting!! . To avoid a crane they want to winch in the 250kg glass doors through the main doorway opening then lower to underground dungeon . Good luck with that !!

Better than Xmas so won’t be able to sleep Sunday night !!! 

 

 

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The rest of the glazing 😐 arrives tomorrow. So in theory all done apart from front door . Photos to follow 

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I will love to see IQ glass in place!

I am comparing all the slim sliding doors, including IQ glass, fineline etc.

The cortizo cor vision system seems to be more reasonable and still looks pretty good.

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17 minutes ago, Tony C said:

I will love to see IQ glass in place!

I am comparing all the slim sliding doors, including IQ glass, fineline etc.

The cortizo cor vision system seems to be more reasonable and still looks pretty good.

I went for the Cortizo and installed a few weeks ago.  Seems good for the money, will be very slim sightlines once the floor and plasterboard etc is in.

 

 

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17 hours ago, pocster said:

The rest of the glazing 😐 arrives tomorrow. So in theory all done apart from front door . Photos to follow 

 

Shall we have a sweepstake for whether it fits :ph34r: ?

 

(Sacrificing future invitations to @pocster's whilst he is still alive and in possession of capacity.)

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