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Cumbrae pews

Ref: 2699

We removed these pews back in the summer but have only just had the time to make one of them up, and while this one has been sold, we have the bones to make up another 15 or so. Yellow pine and more c...

For above a door

Ref: 2698

Indeed, this came from above a door in a house towards Wishaw, Very pretty and dating to the 1870's. Just a bit of damage to the top corner where my hammer-hand missed whilst taking the thing out.

Cast iron fire surround

Ref: 2697

Good chunky cast iron fire surround we had restored over the holidays, not the biggest aperture in the world, but ideal for a stove due to its non combustable material. Dates to the 1880's...

Bedroom combination fireplace

Ref: 2696

One of a couple of small fires we've recently restored which would look great as decorative features as they're so pretty. This one really just needs to be screwed to a wall (unless you did want to u...

Bedroom combination fire

Ref: 2695

A pattern we see fairly often, though they always sell fast as they're so pretty.12 inch opening, which is pretty small but its lovely and would probably only be used for decorative purposes nowadays....

Slimmer tiled combination fireplace

Ref: 2694

One of 2 matching fires we recently bought in Edinburgh from a flat dating to the 1880's. 14 1/2 inch opening....

Large tiled combination

Ref: 2693

Quite a large combination fire which came from an 1860's church recently with a very attractive dragons head on the canopy. 16 inch opening...

Large school/kitchen unit

Ref: 2692

Big oak unit with what looks like a mahogany or teak top from an old school lab. Its big, at 120 inches long, or ten feet and has drawers down the front, the middle ones of which are dummies as there ...

Alabaster pot

Ref: 2691

This was actually my grand mothers, who was a sculptor and professional flower arranger back in the '30's-'50's and she used to pick these things up for her work, usually in the markets around Pettyco...

Large Victorian mirror

Ref: 2690

Very large mirror with gesso work to the frame. I think the glass has been replaced at some time but you can tell from the reverse that its an old piece. The top detail has had a bit of a bash, but as...

Railway plan chests

Ref: 2689

Now these are really lovely. 3 sets of plan chests measuring 48 inches wide by 36 high (minus top ) and 39 deep, plus another unit with drawers etc which is longer at 63 inches wide (and alas has a dr...


Ref: 2688

More poor quality pics of new items. I'm afraid I wanted to take images of new stock but it started to get dark earlier than anticipated on our last day, so better pics may be taken in the new year.

Wide half glass pitch pine doors

Ref: 2687

I don't put up pics of doors very often, life's too short, but if its particularly nice, or we have a large matching batch, then we do, and we have about 20 of these from an old school in Greenock cur...

The three chairs

Ref: 2686

Once upon a time there were 3 little chairs in an old factory, they had been happy there since the 1950's although 'green chair' had run off to an upstairs room. When faced with eviction they scuttle...

Utility kitchen cabinet

Ref: 2685

I guess we see 3 or 4 of these a year now and they only seem to have survived by being re-purposed somewhere, in this case in a small factory rest room. The pic shows it just as we got it, still a lit...

Stone troughs

Ref: 2684

I'm never sure how old these things are, at least 100 years but they may well go back a couple of hundred years before that, or even earlier but they were certainly made to last and look oh so much ni...

70 cast iron spindles

Ref: 2683

70 cast spindles fresh in the week before christmas from a building coming down the week after christmas. Dating to the 1880's and varying in length from 35 1/2 inches tall to 43. The stone ste...

Wash hand basin with metal support

Ref: 2682

The sole surviving sink from an entire school and in surprisingly good order ( the rust stain will be removed soon with the aid of my miracle rust treatment). Obviously in the pic the sink isn't prope...

Green tiled insert

Ref: 2681

Lovely fire this, especially in as much as it needed no blacksmith work, just a good clean. Nice big size and the sort of tiles you just don't see in all the modern shops where green is a flat monoton...

Small gothic insert

Ref: 2680

Rather an unusual little insert this one, in that it has a peaked top to the arch as opposed to a smooth curve, and I think its really rather old, it certainly came from a very old building down near ...

Ref: 2679

Rather nice light we bought in Edinburgh recently, A brass circular trim with a milk glass bowl suspended inside it which should give a lovely warm glow....

Hall/school cupboards

Ref: 2678

We've just finished a rather rushed job in a school on the east side of the city where, amongst other things we retrieved these 3 cupboards in fetching primary school colours. The red one has a 'blind...

Hyndland pews

Ref: 2677

I've been meaning to put a pic of one of these up for ages. These pews came from that lovely church on Hyndland road, I can never remember if it was a Leiper or a Lorimer church, I'll have to check it...

Simple cast iron spindles

Ref: 2675

From the staircase of an asylum no less. These are about 36 inches tall and we have 24 of them plus a matching newel (as of nov 20'th 2018). There would have been more of them, these are from one of 3...

Victorian garden bench ends

Ref: 2674

Lovely pair of original bench ends, ready stripped and with no damage as far as I can see. We've never had so many iron benches in stock, and I'm sure we won't again. And now we ...

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