Shoppers nationwide will have access to their pick of over 150,000 Made.com designer homewares and furniture items from next week as new products hit the virtual shelves of Nottingham’s John Pye Auctions, from this weekend.
From sofas, wardrobes and patio sets, to lamps, chairs and soft furnishings, more than 900 product lines will be on sale daily at online auctions, with new items available each week.
- Sofas, Sideboards & TV Units
- Beds and bedding
- Tables and Chairs
- Kitchen and cookware
- Soft furnishings (throws, cushions, curtains)
- Artwork and decorative objects and more
All of the stock will be received through the John Pye’s Port Talbot site in Wales with nationwide home delivery options available on all items.
Trevor Palethorpe, Associate Director and Joint Head of John Pye Business & Property, says, “While we’re very sorry to see Made.com go, we’re thrilled to be able to offer the brand’s high-quality home products and furnishings to our ever-expanding customer network. This year, we have seen unprecedented numbers of shrewd shoppers registering with the website and snapping up branded items at a fraction of the original cost.”
John Pye customers can secure huge discounts recommended retail prices (RRPs) on a range of new, boxed homewares and furniture items and delivery on everything is guaranteed within two weeks from purchase. Subject to payment of invoice by 10th December, large, two person lift items such as beds, sofas and big furniture pieces will be delivered in time for Christmas. For smaller items, including lamps and decorative homewares, completed order cut-off for Christmas delivery is 20th December.
“Sofas have been big business for us this year,” Trevor added. “Our Sofa Works ex-stock flew out of our warehouse, and we’re expecting the same pattern to emerge as soon as Made.com’s lines hit the auction shelves. Not only is it the last chance to pick up some designer bargains for the home, but it’s a great opportunity to grab some smaller items that make the perfect Christmas gift for loved ones, all guaranteed to arrive in time for the big day.”
Following Made.com going into administration in early November, John Pye was brought in to sell the popular British retailer’s stock at heavily discounted prices via its daily online auctions.
Customers will be able to view and bid for Made.com products when they go live on John Pye Auctions website from Thursday 24thNovember onwards.
They will be sold via daily auctions across John Pye’s network of sites for several months, with viewing available at the Port Talbot site.
John Pye Auctions’ head office is the old Shipstone’s ‘Star’ Brewery at James Shipstone House, Radford Road, New Basford, Nottingham NG7 7EA and the firm has sites across the England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and mainland Europe selling a wide range of stock and assets from retail, home, and garden through to plant and machinery, vehicles, and property.