Give your interiors lift off with the addition of Hawker Engineering furniture

You may not have the budget to buy a full-size Hawker aeroplane. Or the space. But you can buy an intriguing product of the famous manufacturer responsible for the Hurricane for a start.

TSR Peacock Hawker Table

This 1940s Hawker Engineering aluminium dressing table, 1.20m wide, is catalogued as having ‘One handle detached. One drawer front requires re-attaching to one edge. There is some pitting and rusting to the plinth.’ It is estimated at £800-1200.

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The Mid Century Design Furniture & Effects auction at Bedford saleroom W&H Peacock on August 19 includes two pieces of bedroom furniture also made by Hawker in the 1940s for use in RAF bases across Europe are offer.
Find more about them here as part of five ideas on what to buy at the auction.

Plane attraction

TSR Peacock Hawker Wardrobe

Estimated at £800-1200 is this Hawker Engineering 1940s aluminium wardrobe, 1.83m high.

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Sofa, so good

TSR Peacock Sofa Bed

A Greaves & Thomas 1960s ‘Put-u-Up’ Davenport Villager sofa bed with sculptural afromesian arms is estimated at £300-500.

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Danish desk 

TSR Peacock Desk

This 1960s Danish teak and crossbanded desk by Luno Mobler features a cushioned surface with two suspended three-drawer pedestals below, doors to the reverse, on beech tapering legs with teak caps, stamp to the underside. Measuring 1.51m x 77cm, it is estimated at £300-400.

Bid via for a chance to buy the teak and crossbanded desk by Luno Mobler.

Rock on

TSR Peacock Rocking Chair

Made by Arne Vodder for Sibast, this 1960s teak and upholstered spindle-back rocking chair, badges to underside, is estimated at £400-600.

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