Quality architectural salvage, antiques and reclamation

We have the largest stock of antique timber fireplaces in the UK

Browse our entire collection in person or online

A resource hub for architects and designers across the world

Helpful and knowledgable, we are always here to advise and guide

Our 15,000 sq. ft reclamation yard is home to over 2,000 unique items

We have the largest stock of antique gates in the UK

You're invited to come and visit our extensive showrooms and warehousing

We have an on-site craftsman to give our items a little extra TLC

Coronavirus Statement

In line with government advice our site is now closed to the public until further notice.

Deliveries and collections will now be paused so that we are not contributing to unnecessary travel and social contact.

All outstanding deliveries and any orders placed will be kept safe in our warehouses. Storage restriction times will not apply until we are able to resume normal operations. There is no charge for storage.

All of our staff are being retained and we will back to business as usual as soon as restrictions are lifted.

We have spent the last few weeks processing lots of new stock which will uploaded to the website over the next couple of months.

Our new e-commerce website will remain open for orders and enquiries.

We will be working from home, replying to emails and answering the phone as usual, Monday to Friday 8 am to 4 pm.

Discover architectural antiques with personality

UK Heritage is a buyer and seller of architectural antiques, decorative pieces and fittings. Founded in 2006 by Ben Couchman, our 15,000 sq. ft warehouse in rural Herefordshire is one of the largest yards in the country and is packed full of hand-picked items, all of which are steeped in history. We work with architects, interior and retail designers, filmmakers, property developers and homeowners to add personality to a project. We’d love to welcome you to our reclamation yard to discover the history of our architectural antiques.

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Art Deco

The predominant decorative art style of the 1920s and 1930s, characterized by precise and boldly delineated geometric shapes and strong…

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Art Nouveau

A style of decorative art, architecture, and design prominent in western Europe and the USA from about 1890 until the…

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Arts & Crafts

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Bolection

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Country

Country is a wide-ranging style that depends on geographical location but is generally exemplified by primitive furniture, muted colours, milk-paint…

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Ecclesiastical

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Edwardian

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Empire

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Georgian

Georgian architecture and interiors were known for their elegance and lightness of touch. Among the most enduring styles was Neo-classical,…

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Gothic

Of or in the style of architecture prevalent in western Europe in the 12th–16th centuries (and revived in the mid…

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Grand Tour

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Industrial

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Italianate

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Jacobean

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Louis XV

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Mid-Century

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Modern

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Neoclassical

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Oriental

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Regency

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Rococo

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Trumeau

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Tudor

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Victorian

The Victorian era is known for its interpretation and eclectic revival of historic styles mixed with the introduction of middle…

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Our Promise

As an expert in UK architectural heritage, we understand the values of taking care, protecting and learning. This ethos permeates through everything we do. From identifying architectural salvage and learning its history, to carefully removing it from site, lovingly restoring it and finally helping it find a new home, we always strive for the highest standards of customer service and quality. On that note, here is our promise to you:

We don’t buy new

In a world full of waste, we aren’t looking to add to the pile. We hand-pick items to save them from a date with the landfill. Back at our reclamation yard we lovingly restore each piece to give all an opportunity to continue their journey.

We are a professional seller

As a member of LAPADA, we meet the highest standards for service and quality. We abide by a strict Code of Practice as membership is only open to those who meet the Association’s requirements for experience, quality and subject knowledge.

We ensure secure online transactions

While we may be based in rural Herefordshire, our architectural antiques are popular across the globe. We therefore offer worldwide delivery at competitive prices. We also use a secure online transaction service and ensure compliance with the GDPR.

We prioritise customer support

You know your project. We know our architectural heritage. Combine the two and we can help you find exactly what you’re looking for. You won’t find a hard sell here either. We just want to provide you as much detail as we can.

Your purchases are protected

We offer full transparency regarding a product’s condition and provide condition reports as standard. If you are dissatisfied with an item’s condition, we work hard to make it right. All purchases are subject to the standard consumer protection laws.

We are an ethical seller

Sustainability is the beating heart of our business. At our architectural salvage yard we save items destined for the waste pile and give them a new lease of life. We also do not sell items that contain ivory or that are dangerous to health or the environment.