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Mahogany panelling

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2 types here, one was originally above the other, but they can easily be sold as 2 lots. We don't generally take panelling in as its notoriously difficult to use due to having to cut into the panels w...

Old Kilner storage jars

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Great storage jars here in a multitude of sizes and styles, from really fat wide ones to fairly slim ones. We use a lot of these at home for storing our pulses'n'pasta's in. Apologies if the title com...

Teak columns

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Great pair of teak columns which are 96 inches tall, or 8 feet. In generally great condition though there is a chipped area to the base of one of the pillars as shown. They are not free standing colum...

Douglas fir planks

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We always have a lot of planks from disassembled pews and I haven't put any pics up on line for a while now, but we generally always have yellow pine, almost always have pitch pine and here we have Do...

Very old curtain poles

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Something we very occasionally see, but not often. These came from a large property in Edinburghs New Town and I've no reason to think they're not original to the property. They are steel and the fini...

Oak planks

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We have quite a few lengths of oak from some old pews we took out of a church earlier in the year. The church was built just over 100 years ago so they are well seasoned and well polished by generatio...

Chairs chairs chairs

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Not just a pic with a weird perspective, its just a big and a small one. We have about 140 of the larger stacking chairs, surely enough for a couple of restaurants and about 20 of the smaller ones whi...

Door bells/ Servants Indicator

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A few of our old bells, some painted, some not. Ideal to have by the front door when your modern one isn't working or you are tired of shouting for children to come down stairs for supper. I th...

Church collection thing

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Never quite sure of what to call these, or even what exactly they were for, they seem to be used either for flower displays or collection dishes, we used to have one in our old warehouse full ...

Fancy wash hand basin brackets

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More robust than the actual sinks, which is how we end up having a few spare. They make lovely shelves with a bit of wood or marble on....

Yet more wooden foundry pattern moulds

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And still they come. Not unpacked the latest 2 trunks yet and I'm off for another, penultimate load of 150 more tomorrow. Some of these have actually been cleaned, but not yet waxed. I c...

Slate slabs

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Well its been over a year since we've had any of these beds from snooker tables, thats a year in which to forget how bloody heavy these things are, especially when you have 2 days in which to get them...

Foundry moulds, the tip of the iceberg

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Probably some of the same pics as on the Facebook/instagram page, but I love them so much I'll put the pic anywhere. Hundreds of them. Blower units for turbo chargers, parts of ships funnels, wheels a...


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Here's a selection of some of our latest hooks. Not the fanciest but I rather like the simplicity and I've seen them advertised in trade catalogues from the 1920's. We've stripped a length of each sor...

Slate slabs

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While we often have these in stock, its well worth phoning first to check availability. These are old bases from pool tables which lend themselves well as bases for stoves and fires, though we've also...


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We have a large number of these wooden moulds, a small amount of which are making it onto our website. The most recently added image will have a better description....


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