Moses Otunla Height, Weight, Net Worth, Age, Birthday, Wikipedia, Who, Instagram, Biography

Moses Otunla is one of the master vendors in BBC’s unscripted TV drama ‘The Bidding Room.’ In this show, the sellers offer on unprecedented things brought to the program by the members. Every scene highlights four bidders and four offering fights.

The entirety of the sellers in this show are specialists in collectibles. Every one of them have either learned about it or have had numerous long periods of involvement with this field. Moses is the proprietor of the antique furniture display area ‘Bleu Furniture’ since 2009.

The specific birth date of Moses Otunla isn’t accessible, however we realize that his present age is 57 years. The total assets of Moses Otunla is yet to be investigated. Moses Otunla doesn’t have a genuine Wikipedia page committed to him.

Experiencing his Facebook page, we discovered that Moses Otunla is hitched. Notwithstanding, the name of his better half isn’t uncovered. There is no data on his kids and family also.

He claims a furniture shop in Brixton, London called ‘Bleu Furniture,’ which was set up in 1996. The shop is notable for selling twentieth century vintage furniture, mechanical furnishings, enriching craftsmanship, and vintage African covers and expressions.

Name Moses Otunla
Age 57 years
Gender Male
Profession Antique furniture dealer
Married/Single Married
Instagram @mosesotunla
Facebook @moses.otunla

 

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Moses loves gathering vintage African artifacts for his shop, yet the things in the shop are not just restricted to that. He has likewise incorporated the plans by Alber Alto, Merrow Associates, Charles and Ray Eames, Fritz Hansen, and some more. He gets a kick out of the chance to source his stock from all around the planet.

On his Instagram account with 133 devotees, Moses generally shares photos of his classical furnishings. Moses is the fundamental coordinator of The Morden Movement, which was begun in May 2008. This development brought the twentieth century antique furniture sellers together, who showed the furniture to general society.

Moses went to Woolwich College, London, and was initially prepared as an architect. Nonetheless, his enthusiasm for gathering collectibles from the mid-20s century drove him to full-time old fashioned exchanging. He has been dealing with inside plans during the lockdown, as obvious by his Instagram post.

 

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