Handmade Personalised Vintage Style Apple Crates

From WWII to Present Day

Fairground showmen John Farrar and Albert Corrigan became partners during WWII making basic ammo boxes and apple crates for the armed forces and farmers, supplying the country with food rations. 

In 2001 John Farrar passed away aged 100 years, and whilst clearing out his home in Sheffield, we came across a few of the original apple crates and the basic tools and drawings used to make these crates. Recognising the new found popularity of these sturdy storage boxes, we started to make these again in 2005. We wanted to keep the old vintage look using new timber, which offered that vintage feel, but with a piece of mind. 

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