Stock Archive List | Gallery of All - All these items have been sold.

 
1 to 25 of 684 Things
Prev | Next

Large mahogany or walnut fire surround

Ref: 2729


Apparently this fire came from a big house in London before coming north and spending many years in a garage outside Lanark. Painted white and looking a little tired, this is how we like to get them, ...

Stone troughs

Ref: 2725


From a recent foray to the Borders, 2 lovely round troughs, the larger of which is phenomenally heavy, thats the ones with the lovely crystal veins running through it, making the ridges you can see.

About the best retro lights we've had

Ref: 2706


I really really like these and have hung onto them for years trying to think of how I could use them, but I can't and so I'm going to put them out for sale. They look like 1960's Scandinavian lights, ...

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...

Railway plan chests

Ref: 2689


Now these are really lovely. 3 sets of plan chests measuring 48 inches wide by 36 high (minus top ) and 39 deep, plus another unit with drawers etc which is longer at 63 inches wide (and alas has a dr...

Hall/school cupboards

Ref: 2678


We've just finished a rather rushed job in a school on the east side of the city where, amongst other things we retrieved these 3 cupboards in fetching primary school colours. The red one has a 'blind...

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...

Very Fancy Cast Iron Spindles

Ref: 2664


About as good a spindle as you will ever get, from an incredibly grand building which would never have been demolished except for the fact that it was so rotten that floors were collapsing, you could ...

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...

Blue Metal Cabinet

Ref: 2656


A right chunky little thing this. Battered, dented, without even the fussiness of handles, this sturdy fellow must hark back to the days of Glasgows interwar industrial glory days. Measures 30 3/4 inc...

Eccentrically tall chimney pots

Ref: 2651


At just over 70 inches tall, almost 6 feet, these have to be the tallest octagonal pots made. They came from a house in Dunoon and are more like columns than chimneys!...

Cast iron garden benches

Ref: 2650


We very rarely get original garden benches in, and then we get offered these! Enough to make up 7 from a bowling club on the east coast (one bench is to be cannibalised to repair 2 others, so 5 are go...

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...

My favourite etched glass door

Ref: 2642


For years I've hidden this away, hoping to use it somewhere, but I haven't yet and now it seems that I never shall, so better to sell it to someone who will appreciate it rather than wait for it to ge...

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...

Pine surround and tiled insert

Ref: 2631


One of my favourite tiled inserts with a slightly gothic canopy and with its original tiles which have a rather chinese feel to them. Shown with a pine surround we are still to restore (patch the dama...

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 ...

Shop display unit

Ref: 2613


Almost lost this one, it had to be left on a job as we couldn't get it past some more recently installed machinery and the building was about to be knocked down, but thanks to a decent demolition mob,...

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...

Oak fire surround

Ref: 2596


Good sized oak surround in clean condition, from job we did in Leith walk in Edinburgh recently....

Contact Details

Unit 1 Albion Centre
1394 South Street
Glasgow
G14 OAP

Mob: 07766 502910
Tel: (0141) 958 1113

Opening times

10.30-5 Monday to Friday
12-5 Saturday

Map (click for maps)