Sunbeam Patio Furniture Parts

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    sunbeam
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  • Sunbeam was a marque registered by John Marston Co. Ltd of Wolverhampton, England, in 1888. The company first made bicycles, then motorcycles and cars from the late 19th century until about 1936, and applied the marque to all three forms of transportation.
  • The Great Western Railway Sun Class 2-2-2 broad gauge steam locomotives for passenger train work. This class was introduced into service between April 1840 and January 1842, and withdrawn between January 1864 and June 1879.
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sunbeam patio furniture parts - Strathwood Brentwood
Strathwood Brentwood 4-Piece Outdoor Furniture Set
Strathwood Brentwood 4-Piece Outdoor Furniture Set
Strathwood Brentwood
4-piece outdoor furniture set includes 2 chairs, loveseat, and coffee table. view largerStrathwood Brentwood
100-percent polyester cushion covers and 4 throw pillows included. view largerStrathwood Brentwood
Modern angles and unique curves offer enhanced visual appeal. view largerStrathwood Brentwood
Durable, lightweight, steel frames with powder-coated finish in black with bronze flecks. view larger
Strathwood Brentwood
Coffee table with semi-transparent glass top. view largerStrathwood Brentwood
Spot clean polyester fabric and air dry. view larger
Strathwood Brentwood 4-Piece Outdoor Furniture Set
Enjoy the Moment
The Strathwood Brentwood outdoor furniture set helps transform any porch, patio, or back deck into a quiet oasis from the rest of the world and a welcoming place to visit with friends and family.
Durable Steel Frame and Glass Top
The attractive and versatile four-piece outdoor furniture set includes two chairs, a loveseat, and a coffee table. The pieces provide frames made of durable, lightweight steel with a powder-coated finish in black with bronze flecks. Even more, the frames combine reliable support with modern angles and slight curves that offer enhanced visual appeal. The rectangular-shaped coffee table offers smooth, rounded corners for safety and a semi-transparent glass top that wipes clean easily.
Cushions and Pillows Included
For exceptional comfort, both the chairs and the loveseat come with 100-percent polyester cushion covers (seat and back) in an earthy hue and with piping along the edges for a finished look. In addition to the cushions, the set also includes four throw pillows that come with a striped pattern in various shades of blue and the earthy hue of the cushions, creating both cohesion and accenting color.
Coordinates with Most Any Decor
Tastefully designed, the four-piece furniture set blends in nicely with existing pieces and beautifully accommodates almost any decor.
Some assembly is required for coffee table; all other pieces come fully assembled. The coffee table measures 36 inches long by 22 inches wide by 18 inches high; each chair measures 29 inches long by 24 inches wide by 33 inches high; the loveseat measures 29 inches long by 49 inches wide by 33 inches high.
Cushion Care and Cleaning: Gently brush off dirt before it becomes embedded in the fabric and wipe up any spills as soon as they occur. Gently spot clean only with mild soap and cool water using a sponge or soft brush, then air dry the cushion in a sunny location. Both the chairs and the cushions should be brought indoors or securely covered during inclement weather and stored in a dry place when not in use.
Please note that upholstered items purchased on different occasions over time may have a slight variation in hue. This is normally expected between rolls of like fabric, since no two can be produced to come out exactly the same.

Sunbeam
Sunbeam
Sunbeam bicycles Sunbeam bicycles (always "The Sunbeam") were made in Wolverhampton from 1887 to 1937.[1] As the factory was used to sheet-metal working and japanning (the Victorian equivalent of today's oven-baked enamel or 'powder coating') the construction of cycles presented few problems. At first of similar design to other makers' machines, the company adopted a version of Harrison Carter's Little oil-bath chaincase in the mid-1890s. The cycle was re-designed so that the oil contained in the oilbath lubricated the bottom bracket, chain and rear hub, the only cycle so designed to date. The Sunbeam was designed to last a gentleman a lifetime and such is their longevity that models a century old still have their original finish, chain and transmission. The top model was the "Golden", with alloy wheel-rims, epicyclic two- and three-speed gears and real gold-leaf pin-striping. The "Royal" was of the same quality but had red lining and simpler equipment. The 'RR' model was used at the Olympics in 1929 and the later 'Golden Light Roadster' was made from the latest 'Cromoly' tubing. These and other models were made alongside the motor cycles at "Sunbeamland", Pool Street, Wolverhampton until 1937 and subsequently, to the same designs, by AMC until 1943 and BSA until 1957. Many John Marston Sunbeam motorcycle models were produced.The first was a 350 cc in 1912 followed by a range of 500 cc singles and some v-twins. In 1924, a new model numbering system was introduced; Sunbeam Models 1 through 11. Other higher-numbered models were produced in later years. The majority had single-cylinder engines developing relatively low power, though winning the TT races often, the last time in 1929. A hallmark of all Marston Sunbeams was the superb quality and finish in black with gold-leaf pinstriping
Sunbeam
Sunbeam
Sunbeam was a British manufacturer of motorcycles from 1912 to 1956. Spotted in Seven Dials, London.
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