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Bedroom combination fireplace

Ref: 2696


One of a couple of small fires we've recently restored which would look great as decorative features as they're so pretty. This one really just needs to be screwed to a wall (unless you did want to u...

Large tiled combination

Ref: 2693


Quite a large combination fire which came from an 1860's church recently with a very attractive dragons head on the canopy. 16 inch opening...

Large school/kitchen unit

Ref: 2692


Big oak unit with what looks like a mahogany or teak top from an old school lab. Its big, at 120 inches long, or ten feet and has drawers down the front, the middle ones of which are dummies as there ...

Alabaster pot

Ref: 2691


This was actually my grand mothers, who was a sculptor and professional flower arranger back in the '30's-'50's and she used to pick these things up for her work, usually in the markets around Pettyco...

Newel Posts

Ref: 2667


The largest, chunkiest and heaviest cast iron newel posts I've ever seen. We have 3 of them, and alas the other 3 had to be left in the building when it came down. 48 3/4 inches tall and a huge 7 inch...

Brass Trim Insert

Ref: 2660


This fire really is a beauty. It came from Edinburgh and has larger than standard tiles in a lovely duck egg blue colour background. A brass trim to reflect the firelight and a very delicate casting w...

Tiled combination fire

Ref: 2646


I've grown to hate this fire, which is quite unfair really as everyone else seems to love it. It was thickly painted white and as I couldn't get the tiles out I've had to strip the whole thing by hand...

Large leather top table

Ref: 2637


From a boardroom I'd guess, though it came from a building associated with linen, so it may have been used for laying out cloth? but then why the leather? probably a boardroom. Oak with a pine undersi...

Curved radiator

Ref: 2629


Indeed, not a cunning estate agents fish-eye photo to make it look bigger, but a genuine curved radiator, our first one. Its 37.5 inches tall and 32 long ( by the shortest route ). From a large house ...

Long and beautiful iron spindles

Ref: 2626


From an 1860's house in Edinburgh, we have recently bought 47 of these iron spindles which range in height from36 to 42 inches tall. Lovely casting on them, all swags and bows which will become a lot ...

Green tiled combination fire

Ref: 2611


Very pretty combination fire from up towards Bearsden, a 1905 ish house. I was so taken with the vibrant colour of the tiles that I never noticed that the canopy was missing, which can be a terminal p...

Garden railings

Ref: 2608


Something we never see, that old rumour of them all being removed during the war (now about 3 wars ago) but these came, apparently from the old Stobhill hospital and we have about 127 feet of them. Th...

Red tiled insert with dragon canopy

Ref: 2595


Handsome insert dating to the late Victorian period with a rather unusual canopy featuring a dragon. It looks as if its coming out of a sphere, and I dimly remember something about dragons and circles...

Small garden gate

Ref: 2593


Lovely little gate from East Lothian. Not your usual wrought iron here but a good heavy chunk of metal which is thick enough to be blasted and re painted if required. measuring 39.75 inches wide by 37...

Pine surround

Ref: 2590


Been waiting patiently for a while for its chance to be restored this one. From a large council building near Falkirk which was the subject of a rush demolition job, so we had to drop everything to na...

Old school desks

Ref: 2586


These are the 6 surviving desks from the old Nitshill primary school. Long abandoned in an upstairs cupboard, a bit dirty and needing a bit of TLC, but if we've bought them then we think they m...

Double Belfast sink

Ref: 2582


Once or twice a year we get one of these in, we see them more often than this but if they're a bit old and battered they're very difficult to sell on, and anyone who has tried to move one will underst...

Numbers

Ref: 2578


Not sure what these were but they came from a farm where they may have been for marking out plots ? Anyway, I love the earl font. Double sided on metal and we have quite a few of them....

Garden gates

Ref: 2576


Great pair of really heavy garden gates in great condition (one side needs to be re-pinned, thats all) in an art nouveau pattern. Alas a bit too narrow for a modern driveway, partly because mod...

Set of cast iron clothes poles

Ref: 2575


Rare as to get these now, but here we have 4 hens teeth, all complete with all their tie points and not having been cut down at all. I don't think we've had a matching set of 4 in such good con...

Amazing art nouveau tiled insert

Ref: 2574


The sort of fire insert we only get once a year or so, and the type that has inspired so many inferior reproductions The pictures really don't do it justice, its just a very very nice insert.

Stackable glass fronted bookcases

Ref: 2570


Probably from the '30's we have 2 blocks of these, each comprising of 4 units. The glass fronted doors lift up and slide back at the top of each unit if that makes any sense. They are officially bookc...

Small folding tables

Ref: 2569


We have half a dozen of these nice old folding tables measuring 33.75 inches by 15.5. The tops lok to have been given a rather heavy sand and all the legs have flattened sides just to save that extra ...

Large kitchen unit/counter

Ref: 2560


Nice pine counter from a big Victorian detached house by Kirkintilloch. There are also various marble pieces to form a trim around the top. As can be seen, the marble isn't one huge long piece,...

Fern pattern combination

Ref: 2559


Very pretty combination fire we bought from a house near Stirling a while ago. It has a 17 3/4 inch opening so would take a decent fire and the thing is made from 2 separate cast halves bolted togethe...

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