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Slate fireplace

Ref: 2930


I don't have the sizes to hand, but here's our latest slate fireplace all set up and ready to be re homed, if only we were open to let people see it, well I guess it will still be there in a couple of...

Brechin style pew

Ref: 2929


Another style of pew we can now make up, These came from a very classical looking church up in Brechin which is about to be converted. This is one that we've cleaned up and made for someone but we hav...

Arched glazed double doors

Ref: 2928


Really lovely glazed double doors from a very grand and lovely house. You'd have to build a frame for them due to the arched top, but it would definitely be worth it. Crackers. They are 95 1/4 ...

Unusual door

Ref: 2927


??? not sure how else to describe this door (which has now been repaired-the cat flap panel has been replaced) its a great door from a stately house in Fife measuring 83 inches tall by 35 1/2 wide and...

Various double doors

Ref: 2926


I'm doing this from home now that the warehouse is closed for as long as the coronavirus is our sole customer. These pics were taken for someone looking for glazed double doors who just wanted to see ...

Garden railings

Ref: 2925


Not especially old, but useful, nice looking and easy to re use. I'm always a sucker for the loop style of railings, more flexible than cast for things to lean against (cast iron is very brittle which...

Single Rose China Door Handle / Knob

Ref: 2923


Vintage ceramic handle with a single pink rose and bud. Approx. 2.5in tall and the collar is 2.5in wide....

Vintage China Floral Escutcheons

Ref: 2922


Vintage ceramic key hole covers with brass back plates. One has a rose design, one a purple blue daisy / aster and the other is a cheery orange. Two are made by B Ltd England. The finishing touch for ...

Vintage China Floral Door Knobs / Handles

Ref: 2921


China door knobs with a floral design of roses, forget - me - nots and daffodils. Complete with the china collars. Approx. 2.2in tall and 2.25 wide. This listing is for one handle, we h...

Teak columns

Ref: 2920


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...

Milk glass wall lights

Ref: 2919


We have 10 of these from an old hospital where some were set up as shown, and others were the other way up, used as up lighters. I'm not sure how old they are but would guess they are from the 1930's ...

Teak work tops

Ref: 2918


At last, after a period of a few years we've had a couple of small batches of teak come in. Its almost disappeared from science labs now and I doubt we'll see much more in the future. In the pics are ...

wide wide wide wash hand basins

Ref: 2917


From a primary school down south, rather unusual wash hand basins shown before we've given them a good clean, but I don't see any chips or cracks. Measuring 45 inches wide by 15 from front to back....

Vintage Aluminium and Plastic School Coat Hooks Atomic

Ref: 2916


Black, white and cream, these make a lovely row for the hanging of coats and hats and anything else needing a home. In an atomic style. From top ball to bottom hook it's about 13cm (5in), the t...

Octagonal White Pearlised / Marbled Door Handle

Ref: 2915


Octagonal Marbled Door Handle Wilbec vintage door knob in simulated marble / mother of pearl with chrome base. Slight wear on top. Made in England. We also have a similar style in...

Truly lovely leaded glass door

Ref: 2914


We've gone the extra mile on this one as when we bought it there was a cat flap in a bottom panel, a metal screen bolted over the entire face of one side and some of the glass was smashed. So, we've r...

Edwardian leaded glass front door

Ref: 2913


Good solid front door in a 1920's-30's style where we've taken out the plain glass and put in some leaded glass (of a type we see a lot around Victoria park). Hazel, at our work likes to do a bit of l...

Oak pew

Ref: 2912


The last one of these we have, a good solid straight lined oak pew from a large church in Edinburgh dating to the first few years of the last century which we've shortened to be 83 inches long, thats ...

Large Edwardian surround with overmantel

Ref: 2911


I would guess this is from the 1920's and its quite an imposing piece, without being too domineering, I guess thats the influence of the mirror adding some light. Its Mahogany and a cut above some of ...

Church chairs

Ref: 2910


Set of chairs which would have sat behind a communion table. Nicely carved from oak as is commonly the case. They came from one of the nicest churches I've been involved with and am sad that its now c...

Simple pine surround and insert

Ref: 2908


Good clean pine surround of a type seen across the land from 1800 to 1900 (this one came from a flat in the west end of Edinburgh dating to the 1860's which had marble fires in the principal rooms and...

Typical arched insert

Ref: 2906


We have dozens and dozens of arched inserts patiently waiting to be restored, but it all takes time, sourcing missing bits, doing smith work, shot blasting and black leading, but this is a typical one...

Bedroom combination fire with overmantel

Ref: 2905


From an 1880's tenement in Edinburgh, a nice (and fairly flat) combination fire with its original overmantel-no mirror, just an extra shelf on which you can heap more stuff.14 inch opening....

Heavy bedroom combination fireplace

Ref: 2904


Heavily embossed, and generally just heavy combination fire which we removed from a church in Edinburgh a few weeks ago. It has a slightly curved shelf and chunky brick back. 14 inch opening and love...

Pair of Vintage Retro Wooden Door Handles

Ref: 2903


Vintage wooden handles in good vintage condition and really quite stylish. 7cm tall with base diameter 5.8cm....

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