- Flat packed for easy transportation
- Can take up to a 2.7m parasol with up to a 35mm diameter pole.
- Alexander has an ethical sourcing policy.
- 3 Year Warranty
The Cornis Collection by Alexander Rose made from Cornis sourced from the The Congo, Central Africa. Cornis features a dense, closely grained hardwood and comes with an oiled finish providing a smooth lustre. The Cornis Collection includes some of Alexander Rose’s most popular designs, with something to suit any taste or budget. The Cornis Collection offers both traditional design and contemporary alternatives featuring the curved back slat bench, an ergonomic design developed by Alexander Rose.
The Cornis Companion Garden Furniture Set not only provides you with the comfort of the shaped seats and back slats, but also the handy central fixed table. For use both indoors and outdoors this set would become a go to place in any sunny garden or conservatory.
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Q. My furniture is going/ has gone black. What can I do? What has caused this?
A. Black spotting can occur through tannic acid in the wood or airbourne spores. It is a natural process and is
to be expected, it will not affect the quality or durability of the wood. To remove the black spotting use an antifungal cleaner e.g. Dettol, using a thin bristle brush until black spots have gone.
Do not use soapy water to clean black spotting.
Q. My furniture has cracks on the ends/ is cracking?
A. All hardwoods lose their minerals/salts and as they evaporate cracks will appear on the end grain (tops of
chairs/end of tables/end of arms). This is normal. Sometimes the crack will open quite wide, especially in hot weather. They will close when it rains or is cooler. This cracking will not affect the stability of the furniture and in most cases occurs within the first few months and gets no worse. Treatment can help reduce cracking as the Teak Oil replaces some of the natural oil that is lost through evaporation.
Q. What is FSC®, does my Teak, Roble, Cornis, Pine or Mahogany come from sustainable sources?
A. FSC® means Forestry Stewardship Council which is a body that oversees the wood resources of countries all across the world. It is an organisation and it issues certificates to those countries whose wood is from a sustainable source.
Q. My table appears to have an uneven end or slats appear to have moved out?
A. All our products have joints which have built in tolerances for “movement” as wood is a natural product that expands and contracts with change of temperature and humidity. This will not affect the strength or
durability of the product.
The timbers we use for our products are extremely durable and able to resist the most inclement weather. They are therefore ideally suited to garden furniture.
Due to the weathering process and timber being a natural material, joints will become slightly offset and surface cracks will appear, particularly on the end grain and to a lesser extent on the surface within a few weeks. As with other hardwoods such as our FSC® 100% Teak or FSC® 100% Roble, this is the normal behaviour of timber, our furniture is designed with this in mind and its strength and durability will remain unaffected.
Our wooden products are a natural living timber, just like nature itself wood varies in shape and colour. Timber, even from the same tree, will vary in many aspects. The variation in colour is just one distinguishing feature of a product, as well as interlocking grain on our FSC® 100% Roble.
Stains such as spillages, bird droppings and mildew can be removed using a wood cleaner. Alternatively sand down using medium grit sand paper.
Lifting grain or cracks can be glued using a waterproof adhesive suitable for timber. Clamping may be necessary with excess glue being removed using a damp cloth. This area should be sanded once the glue is dried.
Black spotting can occur through tannic acid in the wood or airbourne spores. It is a natural process and is to be expected, it will not affect the quality or durability of the wood. To remove the black spotting use an antifungal cleaner e.g. Dettol, using a thin bristle brush until black spots have gone.
Do not use soapy water to clean black spotting.
Refunds & cancellations
Under the Distance Selling Regulations you are entitled to a seven day cooling off period
upon receipt of your goods. During this seven day period, you are entitled to cancel your
order and receive a full refund. In this instance you must:
• Contact us within seven days by phone on 0151 339 3195 AND
• Confirm your decision in writing either by letter, fax or email
• We will arrange for the items to be returned and refund you within 30 days
• Goods must be returned in their unopened, undamaged and original packaging. We reserve the right to charge you
the return delivery cost of those goods
• If however the goods are faulty, damaged or not in good working order upon delivery
we will cover the cost of return and, if necessary, replacement
• If goods are delivered to a third party you will only be able to exercise this right if you
are able to return the goods you originally ordered
• If, after ordering items from our website, you wish to cancel your order, you may do so
at any time up until the time of delivery. However if this is the case, please contact us
as soon as possible on 0151 339 3195. Once we have acknowledged your cancellation
you will receive a full refund using the same payment method you originally used
We reserve the right to cancel and not accept any orders if any of the following apply:
• We do not deliver to your area
• We do not have sufficient stock
• Any of the ordered products you order have been incorrectly priced
or described on our website
• Your payment is not authorised