Kingsworthy Foundry expands its range of cane and rattan furniture

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Kingsworthy Foundry just outside Winchester will be adding the Desser range to its stock of cane and rattan furniture for the conservatory, patio and garden. A 3000 sq foot showroom is devoted to conservatory furniture as well as a range of fire pits and ovens for outdoor cooking.

Desser cane furniture

Kingsworthy Foundry is expanding its range of conservatory and patio furniture. Already boasting one of the largest selections on display in Hampshire, Kingsworthy will be adding the well-respected and popular Desser range of cane and rattan furniture from April 2015.

Kingsworthy Foundry just outside Winchester and close to the A34, was founded in 1945 and is perhaps best known for its large range of wood and multi-fuel stoves. However, the extensive upstairs showroom is given over to cane and rattan furniture for the garden, conservatory and patio. Cane Industries and Daro are the most popular ranges currently stocked with over 30 three piece suites on display at any one time.

In addition to cane and rattan furniture, Kingsworthy Foundry also has a wide range of outdoor cooking fires and fire pits and accessories. With summer on the way, stocks are already being increased ready for Easter. For example, a fire pit used with a traditional Moroccan tagine can provide the focus for an outdoor party, with everyone sitting around it, as well as delivering delicious food.

For those who really want to take outdoor cooking to new heights, then Kingsworthy also stocks the Fire Stone wood oven which provides everything even the most demanding chef could desire. With amazing versatility, it can be used to cook homemade pizzas or for roasting, baking, braising and char-grilling.

The expansion of the outdoor furniture range at Kingsworthy is designed to ensure that Kingsworthy Foundry becomes a major destination for garden furniture and outdoor cooking in Hampshire.

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