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Daily Mail Furniture from Salvaged Aircraft Parts



A luxury furniture firm has brought a whole new meaning to the term war cabinet by making a drinks case out of an old cluster bomb. The extraordinary creation is the star of a collection of bespoke furniture fashioned entirely from reclaimed aircraft parts and munitions. The 600lbs RAF bomb dates back to the 1970s but it was saved from the skip by brothers Ben and Harry Tucker who then crafted it into a stunning drinks cabinet at their workshop in Bath, Somerset.

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