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Nicer than the norm pine fire surround
Such a crisply made surround. Best quality pine, clean as a whistle and not too big. This came from a job we did a while back in the Dowanhill area of Glasgow, so it will date to the 1880's...
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...
Sell but brightly painted doors
We have half a dozen of these tongue and groove doors which came from a Victorian school toilet block. Good vibrant colours and we bought them thinking that being quite small (about 58 inches tall) th...
Tiled combination fire
This is a style we see quite a lot in Glasgow, and this one has, at some stage had its tiles replaced with a set of reproduction tiles which are perfectly nice, but just not what we deal in, so we've ...
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...
Reproduction pedestal basin
Well we don't generally take in reproduction items, but we were offered 3 of these from a council building undergoing a refurb and they are a nice style and in terrific condition, so it seemed daft to...
Red tiled fire insert
Good sized tiled insert with a growling lions head on the canopy, much in the style you see on the fronts of buildings. The tiles can be changed if necessary but I think they look quite 'strong' which...
Very large Belfast sinks
About a dozen of these in really very good shape measuring 3 feet by 2. Terrible to think of these going off to landfill, as that was to be their fate. Its just a shame that all the lathes, pillar dri...
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...
Spring is coming and so its good to get a bit of garden edging in stock. There's not much of this just now, 31 pieces at a foot long, though we still have a fair amount of the simpler stuff shown else...
11 pieces of this just in (Feb), all in pretty good shape from a house on the south side of Glasgow. Including the frames its all about 23.5 inches wide by 30 tall or 30 by 30. I'm generally ge...
? hand washer sink type things??
Well we don't know exactly how to describe these, we've certainly not seen anything quite like them before, and thats not something we say that often now. Made by that famous company 'Morrisons' of Gl...
Georgian cast iron spindles
29 of these (plus 2 broken ones) from a farmhouse in Fife. Good typical Georgian pattern and all roughly 37 inches tall. We also have the newel post but this of course is a different pattern....
We have a couple of these in at the moment, From a local school about to be converted into housing. Quite large at 88 inches wide by 49 tall, but while sturdily made, they're not too heavy. She...
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...
Lovely marble fire surround
Nicer than average, and also larger than most, this lovely surround came from a large house in Prestwick dating to the 1880's. Having the angled inner trim makes it a more delicate looking thing and i...
Small pine surround with arched insert
About as small as you will get while still having the standard chunky legs. ( you do see skinnier surrounds but the legs are little more than strips of mouldings). It actually came from Dumfries, alon...
Large early Victorian arched insert
Good early half round insert that we've had extended. This basically means that we've fitted a new flat plate to the front of the insert, cut around the detailing so that the overall sizes are bigger,...
Huge double partition doors
These came from a building in Edinburghs New Town and were originally dividers in a living room. The whole block was being 'upgraded' for some Chinese or Russian investors who took out all the doors a...
Angled enamel lights
11 of these nice enamel lights as of Jan 2017 from a local swimming pool now used solely by pigeons and teenage miscreants but soon to be fancy apartments. 15 inch diameter and yet to be fully cleaned...
Attractive leaded windows from a house near Cambuslang dating to the turn of the century. We have 6 available as I type measuring between 42 inches wide by 31 tall and 38 wide by 33.5 tall including t...
The most popular style of cast spindle
Indeed. This is the style you see in so many buildings in Glasgow and Edinburgh and presumably in many other towns and cities, and yet its a style we don't get very often. Most of our stock of spindle...
One of the more common types spindle you see, we have 28 of these (as of Jan 2017-so please get in touch to check availability). I refer to these as the 'jelly mould' pattern due to the central knobbl...
Good simple oak organ bench from an 1880s church in Glasgow. One small corner has been chopped off which is a shame, who knows why, but its a nice solid thing. Quite tall, as they always are, at 25 in...
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