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Very large pantry unit

Ref: 3012

I really shouldn't buy these as they take up so much room and can be a nightmare to remove from their often very small rooms. And this one was no exception, from an 1880's house near Victoria park it ...

Gun cupboard

Ref: 3011

Not my usual bag, not being a fan of guns an any shape or form, but as there aren't any in it we thought we'd buy this. Well made but post war I'd say, measuring 24 inches wide by 81 tall and 13 to 16...

Counter base

Ref: 2956

This came from a large mansion house near Stirling and boy was it tricky to get out. Its a chunky thing and quite big, being 103 inches long and 29 high and is unusual in having the end section deeper...

Glazed display cabinet

Ref: 2955

Not the oldest thing we've ever had, but perfectly good. I picked it up on a job up north from the bricked up basement room of an old building and was intending to use it to display handles we have fo...

Large kitchen sideboard

Ref: 2773

Once part of a large dresser, we sold the top piece separately as it was longer than the base for some odd reason, but the base unit is the prize really, pine with a mahogany or teak top and in great ...

Foldout mahogany table

Ref: 2643

A really beautiful piece of timber on the top of this little table which folds out to be not so little. Its 44 inches across by 22, but folds out to be 42 wide. 28 inches tall. It has lovely mahogany ...

3 door golf locker cupboard

Ref: 2600

As anyone who has been down to our yard will know, we have a lot of golf lockers in stock. They all had to be semi dismantled in order to remove them, and they span 3 different time periods, so there ...

The first of an awful lot of small cupboards

Ref: 2529

Indeed, We're currently stripping out the locker rooms of a large golf club on the south side of the city and have lots of these cupboards. The main pic shows how a few of them have come out, tall thi...

cracking oak bookcases

Ref: 1910

We have almost 20 of these terrific bookcases, all of which are 89 inches tall, but of various lengths (the shortest being 73 inches wide. They came from a building designed by the firm of 'Hon...

small Table

Ref: 1617

Nice little oak table from a chapel south of Girvan It measures 54 by 26.5 inches and is 32 inches high.NOTE someone has just pointed out that this table is actually pitch pine and not oak. sorry....

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