Own a unique piece of England’s heritage from the heart of Bath Abbey In the 1860s, Sir George Gilbert Scott, one of the greatest neo-gothic architects of the Victorian era, was tasked with restoring Bath Abbey. The Abbey hosted the coronation of Edgar, the first ‘King of England’ in 973 with his ceremony forming the basis of every English coronation since. Scott installed a stunning collection of oak pews, with each one individually designed & lovingly hand-crafted in intricate detail. A number of these rare & historic pieces of art are now available for purchase; each accompanied by a Certificate of Provenance signed & dated by the Rector of Bath Abbey. Don’t miss this chance to own your piece of Britain’s exquisite artistic, cultural & spiritual heritage. Limited release of 10 pews: Go to for details

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