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Ancona black double headboard by Bentley Designs

Ancona black double headboard by Bentley Designs

Price: 109.00

Delivery Info Options Below
Free Delivery 14-21 days.
Delivery within 3 days = £19.99

This headboard can be delivered by any of the options below depending on your post code.

1 This option is included in the price = Free. We will call you after your order arrives in our warehouse, this can take 14-21 days and then we will arrange delivery with you. Delivery does not include weekends or bank holidays.

2 Delivery within 3 working days from order. Direct from the manufacture their courier will book in giving you a time slot. Cost = £19.99. This delivery does not include weekends or bank holidays.

Note: Post codes and places that are not included with the above delivery options.
Channel Islands, Isle of Man, Scilly Isles
Northern Ireland, Highlands Islands, Lowlands Islands.
Isle of White
AB / DD / FK / IV / KW / KY / PA / PK / PH /
G / KA / DG / TD / EH / ML /

Delivery to the above postcodes is available but has an added cost and lead time.
Please call Headboards UK on 01722744616 for details.

The Ancona double headboard from Bentley Designs is an elegantly styled headboard with its matt black rails and antique brass finished accents is full of Italian charm. It has gorgeous finial topped posts, a contrasting top rail and dramatic decorations that will make a striking addition to any bedroom. Since its floor standing, the Ancona has the added bonus of being more stable and securely fastened than the standard fitted headboards.

All headboard prices include mainland delivery with some post code exceptions.

Height = 144cm

Sizes available
Double 4ft6 135cm

bentley designs info
Bentley Designs continue capturing the very best of the latest market trends to create designs for better bedroom living.

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