Lincoln-based Renaissance Kitchens has ceased trading, with more than 75 items from the company’s showroom now up for sale by online auction.
Asset advisory firm Walker Singleton, which is hosting the online auction, has invited bids on the company’s displays, including appliances, and support equipment, following the appointment of liquidators.
These include ex-display ovens, microwaves, cooking hobs, extractors, as well as a fridge-freezer, washing machine and dishwasher, from brands like Samsung, Indesit and Neff.
Kitchen furniture displays, ranging in size and colour, are also available for sale.
The auction also features two Ford Transit Custom Panel Vans, a pallet truck and bays of racking.
All of the lots can be viewed here and viewing of the lots is by appointment only.
Interested parties are able to bid for Renaissance Kitchens products online, until the auction closes from August 25, 12pm, with viewings for the lots by appointments only.
Walker Singleton associate director Luke Hartshorn commented: “There is a selection of items available in this auction which will appeal to anyone, from kitchen retailers and installers through to those looking for a new appliance for their home.”
“We would recommend anyone interested in taking part in the auction to view the lots and see for themselves the standard of items available.”