Pews / Ecclesiastical
When we do our work in a church, we often obtain up to 20 or 30 pews of one style. We cut these roughly to length on site and are then able to re-attach the ends to whatever length is required (though this is sometimes dictated by the panel sizes on the backs.
They look great in hallways. I have one in my kitchen and the are always popular in cafes and pubs. Even Barter Books in Northumberland is kitted out with our pews.THIS STYLE NOW SOLD OUT
Only a few of these, and only short ones at that. Some say plain, others call them simple, but we love them all and what gives this one an edge is the lovely enamel badge which you get on one end. The...
About 20 of these yellow pine pews available which can be made up to any size ( up to about 8ft ). At the moment they are painted a pale orange colour, but once stripped, you can see where the old num...
From a job we did at the tail end of the year, one of about a dozen pews we can make up, though most will be no bigger than 5 ft ( we have 4 longer ones left at 102 inches ). Pitch pine from the 1870'...
We only have very short ones of these left (3 ft max) from a job we did a while back in Cove, up Argyll way, but for some reason they never made it onto the website. Quite a high pew and yellow pine.<...
New Dennistoun pews
Not new, but rather our latest batch from this part of Glasgow. This is a pic of one thats been cut down to a shorter size for someone, stripped, sealed and waxed. Yellow pine and there must be about ...
Church ministers chairs
Couple of Ministers chairs we bought in recently, one of which looks quite a bit older than the other, though both are pretty old. One has great carving behind the head rest, but could do with being r...
Quite a number of these as you can see, from a church built at the tail end of the nineteenth century. The building had a bit of a wobble due to mining underneath and may have to be pulled down which ...
One of the nicest style of pew we've had for a while from one of the trickiest jobs. We have about 20 available which can be cut down to any length and either left in their original finish or stripped...
carved panels with pillars
Recently removed from a church in Airdrie, these carved panels sat either side of the pulpit with the pilasters shown here. The panels themselves would make nice, if small, doors, or even some sort of...
Not sure why but we never got around to putting a pic of this style of pew onto the website, but better late than never, though we only have a few short ones left, like this one, but they're very nice...
Not a huge number of these pews available, a lot were retained by the parishioners, and quite right too. But we have half a dozen, including a really long one (that I'm not keen to strip!). They're a ...
Fancy oak pew
We have a couple of these left from a church in Kilmarnock measuring 105 inches long (also shown is one we shortened down for someone at 52 inches-we can cut them down but are tied to cutting where th...
We have quite a number of these that can be made up to any length (within reason). They are, I think, made of Cedar wood, which, I also believe isn't the same as the Cedar tree. all very confusing.
We still have a few of this style left. We took them from a job we did in Dundee many years ago where the church was actually due for demolition and have just found we had a few tucked away at the bac...
Maybe not originally from Perth, but thats where we bought them from. They had been badly taken apart and re assembled when we got them ( we have about a dozen) so we are having to start from scratch ...
one off pew
We only have one of these available, from the dias of a small, but grand church near Cove. Its about 6ft long at the moment but could be cut smaller and has a very flat back, ideal for going up agains...
We have a few of these from a job we did a couple of years ago, but for some reason that definitely isn't human error, they never appeared on the website. They came from a lovely church down in Wigtow...
I never got around to putting this style of pew on the website, but these came from a church in Dumfries, a job we did last summer, and one of the nicest ones I've done for a while. Nice people, sunny...
We have a few pews of this style which we can re-build to any length, in this case up to about 6 feet. They came from the old church which now isn't at Anniesland cross that came down last year.The pe...
One of our latest batch of pews, fresh from sunny Coatbridge-sorry, my mistake, cold and wet Coatbridge(well it is december) These came from a lovely little church dating to about 1930 and are ...
This ones been cut down to 28 inches but we have plenty more of this style which we can re-assemble to about 8 ft. This ones not been stripped yet, but its Douglas fir/Oregan pine and dates to the 192...
Really not sure what this is made from. The main pillar is marble but the base and top are either a very soft pale stone or plaster(which seems highly unlikely). We bought it from a church on the grea...
tall small pew
We had a couple of these from the balcony area of a church in Greenock and as they were in a stepped area, the ends are taller than normal. Shown here almost finished, we've cut it down to be a nice s...
yet another style of pew
We only have about 4 of this style of pew, all fairly short. They are yellow pine and came from a church in Dumbarton, though originally they came from up north. This is the first one we've re-assembl...
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