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Pair of mid Victorian fireclay garden urns

Ref: 3500

We never get original urns, like hens teeth and you have to be so careful of their provenance as they are often targeted by thieves but we know all about these ones history and they're clean as a whis...

Pair of iron gates

Ref: 3455

Nice old set of garden gates with a total width of 115 inches (just under 10 feet) and 47 inches high. I would say they are from the first few years of the 20th Century and are certainly not your usua...

Cast iron table or glasshouse display stand

Ref: 3442

Very large and seriously heavy, these cast iron beauties came from a park or glasshouse in central Glasgow. The tops turn around so what were they? One has a rail going all around the edge and the oth...

Slate slabs

Ref: 3361

We currently ( 30 nov) have about 5 of these old pool table slates which can be cut to make hearths for fireplaces....

Large single gate - SOLD

Ref: 3163

Very attractive, and VERY heavy gate believed to have originally come from Hamilton sheriff court. It's 45 inches wide by 92 1/2 high. It has a peg at the bottom to swing on and will need a single bra...

Stone troughs

Ref: 2725

From a recent foray to the Borders, 2 lovely round troughs, the larger of which is phenomenally heavy, thats the ones with the lovely crystal veins running through it, making the ridges you can see.

Eccentrically tall chimney pots

Ref: 2651

At just over 70 inches tall, almost 6 feet, these have to be the tallest octagonal pots made. They came from a house in Dunoon and are more like columns than chimneys!...

Cast iron garden benches

Ref: 2650

We very rarely get original garden benches in, and then we get offered these! Enough to make up 7 from a bowling club on the east coast (one bench is to be cannibalised to repair 2 others, so 5 are go...

Garden railings

Ref: 2608

Something we never see, that old rumour of them all being removed during the war (now about 3 wars ago) but these came, apparently from the old Stobhill hospital and we have about 127 feet of them. Th...

Small garden gate

Ref: 2593

Lovely little gate from East Lothian. Not your usual wrought iron here but a good heavy chunk of metal which is thick enough to be blasted and re painted if required. measuring 39.75 inches wide by 37...

Garden gates

Ref: 2576

Great pair of really heavy garden gates in great condition (one side needs to be re-pinned, thats all) in an art nouveau pattern. Alas a bit too narrow for a modern driveway, partly because mod...

Set of cast iron clothes poles

Ref: 2575

Rare as to get these now, but here we have 4 hens teeth, all complete with all their tie points and not having been cut down at all. I don't think we've had a matching set of 4 in such good con...

More chimney p[ots

Ref: 2497

We always have more/different pots than shown on the website, its just that we don't have time to constantly update the pics, suffice to say that we generally have some in stock but its always worth p...

Cast iron roof finials

Ref: 2493

Nice pair of large 'flag' roof finials, originally part of a set of 4 from the top of a roof which would have been joined to each other by short lengths of fencing, like a small pen. We have the other...

Lead drainpipe hoppers

Ref: 2490

First lead ones we've ever had, and what a weight! Featuring what look like a pair of hawks, lead hoppers were originally 18th century or earlier but these are late Victorian/early C.20th copies. Not ...

Early Cast Iron Garden Gates

Ref: 2437

Very attractive pair of garden gates in aesthetic style. The more you look at them, the more detail you see. They originally led from a formal terrace into a lower level garden in the grounds of a lar...

Wooden garden gate

Ref: 2335

Only the 3rd one we've ever had, but this used to belong to a cottage attached to the foundry in Edinburgh, and for the last x number of years its been stored in their roof space among with a ton of s...

Handsome square chimney pots

Ref: 2266

4 of these came in last week measuring 34.5 inches high. Bit more unusual and nice dental work under the lip. Where I guess all dental work should be....

Wire mesh or trellis

Ref: 2180

We have several of these, some rectangular and some with a peaked top that were used as protective covers for some church windows. They are nice old examples of the sort of Galvanised wire mesh that u...

Cast iron clothes poles

Ref: 2159

Just a general view of the clothes poles we have in just now (Nov 2016). More than we usually have-partly as they are such a nightmare to dig out of the ground. Great, practical things and when...

Art nouveau cast iron double gates

Ref: 2140

Rare rare rare. Original cast iron gates from the foundry with their original posts. Lovely art nouveau design and they look to be in perfect condition, no cracks or pieces missing, and thats unusual....

Garden edging

Ref: 2138

Me and my middle son had to dig these out from a house about to be pulled down a couple of weeks ago. Never seen ones like them before, a square one (at 6 1/4 inches) and then a fancier one ( at 4 1/2...

Novelty table base

Ref: 2091

I just couldn't leave this behind. Maybe someone could use it as a table base with a slab of slate or something on top. This old stove came from the basement of a shop on Argyll st, measures 27 inches...

small garden gates

Ref: 2014

Couple of nice small (33.5 inches wide) garden gates from a job we did up Dundee way.About my favourite style, this bent wire style and one of them has a lovely handle, real local blacksmith stuff. Ki...

low chimney pots

Ref: 2005

Never seen pots like these before, and we were told that they are quite early. We had a dozen of them, but some have sold and they are only 21 inches tall, octagonal and the way they splay out at the ...

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