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Celtic combination

Ref: 2189


Always a popular style, and we've had a few over the years, generally from houses dating to 1900-1910. This one has its original back, flap, grate etc and is just ready to go.12 inch opening....

Wire mesh or trellis

Ref: 2180


We have several of these, some rectangular and some with a peaked top that were used as protective covers for some church windows. They are nice old examples of the sort of Galvanised wire mesh that u...

Large heavy workbench table

Ref: 2170


Shown before we managed to get the metal plate off the top, a lovely chunky table from the boiler house of a large institution. It needs a good scrub but its solid as a rock and full of character....

Enormous Belfast sink

Ref: 2168


At 4 feet long, this is a seriously large sink. Its 24 inches wide and in really pretty good condition. Wash your children in it? you could fit triplets in this one....

Massive ceramic drainer

Ref: 2167


Truly the biggest ceramic drainer we've ever had. 51 inches long by 23 wide....

Tiny sink

Ref: 2166


Such a sweet little thing, from an old hospital and with great push button taps. Its got its brackets too, but they're not in the pic. 15.5 inches across...

Pitch pine spindles with handrails

Ref: 2162


We have several lengths of this lovely ballustrading from a job in central Glasgow. The amount of work thats gone into making it would have been enormous and it feels really good to be able to save it...

Art nouveau cast iron double gates

Ref: 2140


Rare rare rare. Original cast iron gates from the foundry with their original posts. Lovely art nouveau design and they look to be in perfect condition, no cracks or pieces missing, and thats unusual....

Garden edging

Ref: 2138


Me and my middle son had to dig these out from a house about to be pulled down a couple of weeks ago. Never seen ones like them before, a square one (at 6 1/4 inches) and then a fancier one ( at 4 1/2...

Very long very heavy benches

Ref: 2136


These stuck out of the back of my van a long way, and thats after I'd cut them in half. Amazing rustic benches that could be put back to back to make a giant kitchen island. Hugely thick top and legs....

Pair of green painted school cupboards

Ref: 2133


These don't need to be sold as a pair but if they are to be split up then we will need to do a bit of remedial work to the cornice, but we can do that. They came from a school in Leith and look...

workbench

Ref: 2132


Maybe not the oldest thing in the world, from the '50's? but a right sturdy long bench/sideboard/beginnings of a kitchen with a really thick top on it. I think you could chop up dead animals for years...

Wooden surround with tiled insert

Ref: 2122


There's something about these two that I really like. Very attractive surround which I think should remain painted (not sure if it would strip that well), I like the way there are the extra little blo...

Tiled insert

Ref: 2121


Shown prior to us cleaning it up, quite a nice tiled insert we got from a flat off the Great western rd. Officially its a bedroom fire as it only has a 14 inch opening, but its all complete and would ...

metal fans

Ref: 2114


Alas already sold, but well worth putting a pic up, for folk to see. I think they're off to an industrial themed night club in Edinburgh....

trolley

Ref: 2107


Despite its (treated) wormy central spar, this is still a good tough old trolley made by the one and only 'Slingsby'. It has M.O.W stamped on the sides which I assume is for the Ministry of work?...

Vintage metal cabinets

Ref: 2103


From a factory in Edinburgh, nice couple of old cabinets (30 inches wide by 18 deep and 6 feet tall ). One looks a little older than the other and has a nicer handle and more prominent butt hinges (th...

Shakespeare glass

Ref: 2102


In deed, verily tis good fortune to come across this piece of glass during the anniversary of the good mans birth (or is it his death?). It originated in a bank in Newcastle and looks as if it ...

tressle/table base

Ref: 2101


Ah, a sad tale. This is the old base of the mixing mechanism from the company that used to make all the shellac we use. The place has only been going for a hundred years or so, and now its to be demol...

Terrific Georgian pine and gesso fire surround

Ref: 2099


One of 4 original pine and gesso surrounds we recently bought which were in storage from an old development on Queen street in Edinburgh's new town, we also bought some of the mangled remains of the b...

Georgian pine and gesso surround

Ref: 2097


The 3rd out of 4 original pine and gesso surrounds that we recently bought from a storage unit where they've lain for many years having originally come from Queen St in Edinburghs new town (apparently...

Classic art deco light

Ref: 2095


Just like the one in my kitchen, and I've got taste! Couldn't get much more art deco than this. Out of interest, we saw very similar lights being used on the film set for 'the boy in the...

brass lights

Ref: 2094


We have 4 of these from a church we were recently working in. The brass could easily be polished up but is quite lightweight, and some of the little bits below the bulbs have splits-see the pic. they ...

Novelty table base

Ref: 2091


I just couldn't leave this behind. Maybe someone could use it as a table base with a slab of slate or something on top. This old stove came from the basement of a shop on Argyll st, measures 27 inches...

Small belfast sinks

Ref: 2083


We have quite a number of these in pretty good order from an old college in Troon. They all have a lip around the edge and no overflow so you'd need to remember to turn your taps off or get one of tho...

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