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Gates Sofa

Model

054

Producer

De La Espada

Designer

Jason Miller

Specifications

Available in a range of fabrics and leathers with polished bronze legs.
 
Size
W236 × D90 × H75 cm
W93 × D35 1/2 × H29 1/2 ”
 
Delivery Time
9 - 11 weeks

Attachment(s) (pdf)

Looking_After_Your_Furniture_1601201768.pdf

 

Canvas

Canvas, made from 90% new wool worsted and 10% nylon, is a refined woollen textile designed by Giulio Ridolfo. Inspired by women’s couture, it offers a great richness of colour, and is extremely hardwearing at 100,000 rubs Martindale.
 
Vacuum regularly to remove dust using the appropriate attachment. Clean the wool fabric occasionally using a damp cloth. An approved wool shampoo may be used, following the instructions carefully. Take care never to saturate the wool fabric. Never use undiluted cleaning agents, bleaching agents, ammonia or soap intended for hard surfaces.
 
Stains - act quickly. First, remove the worst with a spoon, or in the case of liquid, absorb with a white cloth. Any loose dry particles must be vacuum cleaned before further cleaning. Remove non-greasy stains by dabbing gently with a damp lintfree cloth or sponge. Edge marks can be avoided by dabbing gently in circular motions towards the centre of the stain. Make sure to dry the fabric fully before use. A hairdryer on a low temperature may be used.
 
For more engrained stains and for occasional rejuvenation, we recommend professional dry cleaning.

Harald 3

Harald 3 is a closely-woven, short-pile velour with a luxuriously soft texture and rich colour. Designed by Raf Simons and Fanny Aronsen, Harald is made from 100% cotton, and is extremely hardwearing at 100,000 rubs Martindale.
 
Vacuum regularly to remove dust using the appropriate attachment. Avoid prolonged exposure to sunlight as this may cause the fabric to fade.
 
Stains - act quickly. First, remove the worst with a spoon, or in the case of liquid, absorb with a white cloth. Any loose dry particles must be vacuum cleaned before further cleaning. Remove non-greasy stains by dabbing gently with a damp lintfree cloth or sponge. Edge marks can be avoided by dabbing gently in circular motions towards the centre of the stain. Make sure to dry the fabric fully before use. It may also be necessary to use a hairdryer on a low temperature setting to avoid leaving edge marks. 
 
For more engrained stains and for occasional rejuvenation, we recommend professional dry cleaning.
 
Due to the nature of velvet, pressure marks may be visible from packing, or develop over time from use, particularly in frequently used areas such as seats and armrests. Steaming, vacuuming, and brushing may all be used to remove such marks. We recommend using a brush that is specifically intended for use on velvet, and which has fine-combed anodised aluminium bristles. If vacuuming, be sure to use an upholstery attachment and a low suction setting to gently lift the pile without damaging it.

Leather Finished

Our finished leather is soft, supple, and hardwearing. A corrected grain leather, it is water resistant and easy to clean making it suitable for a wide range of applications. The natural cow hide undergoes a retannage process in addition to being treated with technically advanced finishing formulas to create a protective barrier against spillage and staining.

Occasionally vacuum furniture upholstered in leather. To clean, wipe leather with a damp cloth and a mild soap and be careful to avoid soaking. Products designed to feed the leather produce a sticky surface that attracts dust and dirt from continued use so we do not recommend them. Avoid excessive heat and if possible direct sunlight as these will dry the leather.

High humidity, warm temperatures, poor ventilation, and soiling can cause mould to grow on leather. It is important to keep the leather clean and to control the environment where the leather products are kept to prevent mould formation. We recommend using a Hygrometer to monitor the Relative Humidity in your home, to ensure that the conditions are neither too humid, nor too dry. The ideal conditions for your furniture are 50% relative humidity at 20 degrees Celsius (normal interior temperature).

Air conditioners or dehumidifiers can remove moisture from the air, and either should be used with windows and doors kept closed.

If mould does form, follow this procedure: Remove mould with a soft bristle brush (such as toothbrush), if possible outdoors to prevent scattering mildew spores in the home. Run a vacuum cleaner attachment over the surface of the leather to draw out more of the mould, being sure to immediately dispose of the vacuum bag outdoors. Dry the leather with an electric heater, fan, or sun and air. If necessary, sponge lightly with thick suds of mild soap and wipe with a clean damp cloth, being sure to avoid soaking the leather.

Naked Leather

Naked leather is soft and supple with a natural feel. It is breathable, and naturally resistant to tears and punctures.
 
CARE INSTRUCTIONS
 
Naked leathers contain no foreign substances that act as a barrier against spillage or staining, so the leather will age naturally in response to its environment, the oils in the user’s skin and other factors, resulting in a beautiful patina.
 
If you wish to add a barrier of protection to try to keep the orginal look for longer, then it is important immediately upon receiving your leather item, to apply a high quality water and stain repellent for leather which is free of silcone and wax. (We recommend testing the product on a small hidden area of the leather first.) Note that repellant will change the colour, in most cases darkening the leather. Reapply every two to three months with regular use.
 
To clean, wipe the entire surface with a soft damp cloth. This will somewhat even out any abrasions and stains. Do not spot rub as it will darken the leather in that area. Gently blot up spills immediately, using a clean cloth. If your leather becomes wet, mop up any excess water with a cloth, then allow the leather to dry at room temperature before applying the stain repellent as above. For more serious stains, visit a professional leather cleaner. The professional cleaning process may cause slight variations in colour and texture so we recommend cleaning all matching items at the same time.
 
Keep sharp and heavy objects such as keys away from the leather to avoid marking. Occasionally vacuum furniture upholstered in leather. Avoid excessive heat and if possible direct sunlight as these will dry the leather.
 
High humidity, warm temperatures, poor ventilation, and soiling can cause mould to grow on leather. It is important to keep the leather clean and to control the environment where the leather products are kept to prevent mould formation. We recommend using a Hygrometer to monitor the Relative Humidity in your home, to ensure that the conditions are neither too humid, nor too dry. The ideal conditions for your furniture are 50% relative humidity at 20 degrees Celsius (normal interior temperature).
 
Air conditioners or dehumidifiers can remove moisture from the air, and either should be used with windows and doors kept closed.
 
If mould does form, follow this procedure: Remove mould with a soft bristle brush (such as toothbrush), if possible outdoors to prevent scattering mildew spores in the home. Run a vacuum cleaner attachment over the surface of the leather to draw out more of the mould, being sure to immediately dispose of the vacuum bag outdoors. Dry the leather with an electric heater, fan, or sun and air. If necessary, sponge lightly with thick suds of mild soap and wipe with a clean damp cloth, being sure to avoid soaking the leather.

Wool

Wool is a natural fibre with a number of excellent qualities and unique properties. Suitable for all climates, the wool fibres adapt easily to room temperature, having a cooling effect in warm rooms and a warming effect in cold rooms. The fibres are elastic so they tolerate compression and stretching better than any other materials. Wool will always seek to regain its original shape, and therefore woollen textiles are highly resistant to wear and will show few signs of creasing. Our Wool Flannel has a resistance of 45,000 rubs Martindale. Wool naturally repels dirt thanks to its unique structure of fibres and to the fact that it is not prone to static electricity. Intrinsically flame retardant, wool has a very high ignition temperature and chars rather than drips or melts.
 
Regularly vacuum or air furniture upholstered in wool. Stains: Act quickly. Wipe from the outside to the centre of the stain. Absorb as much as possible with a clean light coloured cloth. If the stain is thick such as jam, remove the worst with a spoon rather than a cloth. A foam upholstery cleaner should be used. Take care never to saturate the wool fabric. Never use undiluted cleaning agents, bleaching agents, ammonia or soap intended for hard surfaces. Always allow the fabric to dry before using again. Professional dry cleaning is advised for more engrained stains.

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Subtotal: € 8016.25