£25 FREE at Alexander & Pearl Luxury Lighting and Furniture from crowdity.
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£25 FREE at Alexander & Pearl Luxury Lighting and Furniture from crowdity.

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Found 27th Nov 2010
Alexander and Pearl is an online retailer of exquisite chandeliers, lighting, armchairs & sofas, bedroom furniture, living room furniture, dining room furniture and home office furniture. Their simply vast range of products also covers mirrors, decorative accessories and candelabra’s.

Many of these stunning bespoke items are a must have, and tread the line perfectly between comfort and style. Whether it is for the home, commercial establishments, hospitality or hotels Alexander and Pearl offer FREE direct delivery to your door and really take the stress out of providing effortless style.



A family run business Alexander and Pearl pride themselves on offering customers a friendly and personal experience. The principle concept of the company is to offer customers a beautiful collection of fancy yet fashionable lighting and furniture.



Collections are sourced from only the very finest suppliers in UK and Europe, whose designs and finishes are the most elegant available on the market. The collection is continually growing and changing, recent additions are the very desirable gentlemen’s gifts.

Most importantly as an online retailer Alexander and Pearl do not require showrooms, huge warehouse and other unnecessary overheads such as holding large amounts of stock. Being the lovely people that they are, they pass these savings on to their customers starting with free delivery.



Terms and Conditions

◦No Minimum spend
◦One per person and transaction
◦Valid until 29th February 2010
◦Free Delivery to Most Parts of Mainland UK, charge to Scotland & N.Ireland apply
◦Deliveries are usually carried out within 10-14days (6-12 weeks in extreme cases or for bespoke orders)
◦7 days returns policy for all purchases
◦Vouchers can be redeemed from 29/11/2010

2 Comments

Original Poster

heres the link to the alexander and pearl site.
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quite expensive but thought £25 free will help if your buying something from here.

Got this in my emails this morning too. Couldn't believe the prices on their website oO

They can afford to take £25 off, they'll still make a killing!
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