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Tall iron posts for the garden

Ref: 2507


Originally these were the dividers from a stables in Bearsden, but they have eyelets so could be used to hang gates, but they'd be rather nice just set into the garden for things to climb up (plants n...

More chimney p[ots

Ref: 2497


We always have more/different pots than shown on the website, its just that we don't have time to constantly update the pics, suffice to say that we generally have some in stock but its always worth p...

A short section of iron railings

Ref: 2494


Originally part of a fancy roof top, what would have been 4 sections of decorative metal railings. the length of the best 2 bits are 62 inches, so each section was about 31 long and these 2 bits are p...

Cast iron roof finials

Ref: 2493


Nice pair of large 'flag' roof finials, originally part of a set of 4 from the top of a roof which would have been joined to each other by short lengths of fencing, like a small pen. We have the other...

Lead drainpipe hoppers

Ref: 2490


First lead ones we've ever had, and what a weight! Featuring what look like a pair of hawks, lead hoppers were originally 18th century or earlier but these are late Victorian/early C.20th copies. Not ...

Early Cast Iron Garden Gates

Ref: 2437


Very attractive pair of garden gates in aesthetic style. The more you look at them, the more detail you see. They originally led from a formal terrace into a lower level garden in the grounds of a lar...

Latest garden edging

Ref: 2315


We bought this last week (June 2017), 75 pieces of 9 inch garden edging, all in pretty good shape....

wrought iron double gates

Ref: 2139


We don't usually take in wrought iron gates, but we thought these were particularly good, nice design, blasted and primed and ready to go. Very hard to date these things as in theory they can still be...

Garden edging

Ref: 2137


Perfectly nice but about the simplest design we've ever had, we have about 100 of these measuring just under 12 inches. The advantage of these ones is that, apart from not competing in the attractiven...

small garden gates

Ref: 2014


Couple of nice small (33.5 inches wide) garden gates from a job we did up Dundee way.About my favourite style, this bent wire style and one of them has a lovely handle, real local blacksmith stuff. Ki...

stone gate post and gate

Ref: 1986


I'm pretty sure this is now sold, but I'm putting it on the site just for the record-not that we'll get any more as in the battle of Men Vs Stone, the stone very nearly won. Cracking bit of sto...

coping stones

Ref: 1983


Not what we usually take, but we were on a demolition recently and we had the chance of buying these, and the access was good, so we took them. There are actually 3 types, 2 of which are pretty simila...

more garden edging

Ref: 1941


fresh from being dug out of a lawn in the pouring rain (where they were actually buried under the turf). There are about 50 of these measuring 15 inches, which is longer than the norm....

double gates

Ref: 1940


Simple but sturdy double gates which, for once we managed to buy with their original gateposts and even (though a bit bent) their catches. Sizes to follow. Gateposts now sold....

Gate

Ref: 1891


Not something we see very often at all, maybe that tale about all the metal railings going for the war effort is true, but this is one of a couple of little cast iron single gates we recently bought. ...

tall chimney pots

Ref: 1803


Great selection of really tall chimney pots that came from a mansion house currently being pulled down in Lanarkshire. It was built in 1814 and we have 20 pots of two slightly different styles. ...

Double gates

Ref: 1759


Having had none for ages, suddenly several gates turn up. These nice cast iron gates were languishing in a builder's yard for many years & have a total width of 108'' & are 65.25'' tall to the top of ...

Single Cast Iron Gate

Ref: 1758


Approx. 46.5'' wide & 51'' tall. Heavy cast iron gate. Its pretty unusual to get old cast iron gates, all that business about the war and so on. I'm not sure how these survived, but the whole street (...

Octagonal Chimney Pots

Ref: 1704


A selection of pots that we bought last week, including a nice set of seven rather slim pots (37'' tall). All in great condition. Only five of the thinner pots left....

Gates

Ref: 1694


Single gate from a church in the East end of Glasgow which was pulled down back in the '80's. The church was built in the 1890's, so this good solid gate will probably date from then. The central moti...

square Chimney Pot

Ref: 1597


Single pot we bought from a house in Airdrie....

Gates

Ref: 1525


Very large heavy gates from a job we did last year in Fife. Each gate is 79 inch's wide so the total opening would be 158 inches and they are 80 tall. They were built to be really solid, which is just...

chimney pots

Ref: 1449


just a few of our latest chimney pot arrivals, not the oldest ones in the world, but a batch from a 1930's bungalow and another lot from the re-developement of the Raploch estate in Stirling (apparent...

large hopper

Ref: 1337


Huge cast iron hopper from a school outside Edinburgh. Its 29 inches long and would make a pretty good planter....

double gates

Ref: 1289


These came from a large house near Airdrie and weigh an absolute ton. I've mislaid the measurements( I'm doing this from home at night) but I remember that they have a 12 foot opening, which should be...

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