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Small doors for wall cladding

Ref: 2525

Ideal for cladding a wall in a cafe etc, we have lots of these available from an old golf club house. See our 'door,shutters' section for more details....

Butchers scales

Ref: 2523

Nice meaty set of scales from a butchers shop made from finest, cleanest chrome. The weight moves along the graded bar which gives the weight of the hanging body below. The main bit is 43 inche...

Wire lockers

Ref: 2516

We have 4 of these from the old engine works in Springburn, each one about 6 ft tall with a hinged door and separate foot locker bit. I believe the idea was that damp clothing could air freely in this...

Fancy wash hand basin brackets

Ref: 2509

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....

Spiral staircase

Ref: 2492

After many years, another spiral staircase. Lovely thing but quite small in its dimensions, so it wouldn't conform to modern building regs, but could be used where you didn't need them, for example, a...

Cast metal shelving

Ref: 2429

We uncovered these in a mews cottage in Edinburghs New Town where no one had been since the mid '80's, and they'd been put there a long time before this we were told. Cast iron shelving believed to ha...

Yet more wooden foundry pattern moulds

Ref: 2424

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...

Medical scales

Ref: 2420

I'm guessing these are from the turn of the last century, they came from a very large grand house in West Lothian. Manufactured by 'Archibald Young. Surgical instrument makers. Edinburgh'...

Ships lights

Ref: 2365

These came from a house up north where things had been hoarded for years and years, and in amongst the microwaves and rotting timbers we found some lovely things, including these, and there are half a...

Slate slabs

Ref: 2363

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...

Kettles,kettles,and more kettles

Ref: 2357

Well we all have our little foibles, for some it's stamps or train spotting, for some it's football or brick collecting, and for this particular gent it was kettles and companion sets (more about that...

Ancient electric fire

Ref: 2341

I'm a bit of a sucker for an old electric fire, though this isn't one I'd plug straight in ( unlike the 1930's one in our office which happily passes its PAT test year after year). Dinky little enamel...

Wash stand thing

Ref: 2340

Furniture, sanitary or miscellaneous? where to list it? Its a Georgian stand for a wash basin, which would have sat in the hole at the top-the sort of large bowl people like to have on their ta...

Foundry moulds, the tip of the iceberg

Ref: 2319

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...

Old wooden joiners clamps

Ref: 2278

Not sure how many of these we have left as we bought them a couple of weeks ago, but lovely old tools these, turned wooden threaded spindles, a work of art really....


Ref: 2257

From a church and made of painted pine (to look like marble). This 3 columned pedestal measures 43 inches tall....


Ref: 2255

Not sure how to describe this, on the one hand its marvellously over the top and glitzy, and on the other, there are those who think it should, as a religious object, be treated with a certain respect...


Ref: 2248

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...

School clocks

Ref: 2245

I'd say these are from the '60's, and we have a few of them, mostly single sided, but a couple of double sided ones too. They would originally have been connected to a central operating machine (The M...

Slate slabs

Ref: 2239

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...

Metal grilles

Ref: 2201

Quite a few of these in just now, the larger ones were used as floor grilles in a church and measure 6 inches by 44.5, and there are 47 of them (as I type) and the smaller ones (photographed inside th...

Dr Frankensteins steampunk electrical gadgetry

Ref: 2172

I couldn't resist these. I guess they must be from the 1920's during a time when even the humblest electrical workings were thought good enough to warrant a bit of fancy detailing. On the inside there...

Large mirrored shop display cabinets

Ref: 2128

Its amazing what comes out of the back of transit vans sometimes. We have 2 of these which would once have butted up together (and have had glazed top doors), but every time we see these things...

Numbered school hooks

Ref: 2123

We have a few rows of school hooks for sale at the moment of which I think these are the nicest ( a lot of the others came off poles so they have a semi circle at the back, but they can still be screw...

Metal grilles

Ref: 2111

These old floor grilles came from a large house in Bearsden a while ago and all I can say is that there are about a dozen of them and they are all a different size AND some of them have a wider borde...

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