An unusual reclaimed garden tazza urn on pedestal by I. P. Combes & Co. Patent glazed terracotta potteries, Chesterfield. Additional Dimensions Base 45 x 45 cm Urn Diameter 73 cm Urn Internal Height 18 cm
A very unusual carved limewood or pine wall light in the form of stylised papyrus grass. This was reputedly salvaged from a Victorian fairground ride. We think this would make an interesting piece of wall art, but equally it could be rewired and used as a light.
An elegant antique glazed stoneware birdbath, with fluted rising baluster and round bowl decorated with oak leaves, by English stoneware maker, LEFCO, the Leeds Fire Clay Company Ltd. Additional Dimensions Bowl Diameter 56.5 Base Diameter 37.5
An exceptional antique tiled fireplace Insert with hand painted tiles depicting musical instruments and people in period costume, by the artist E. Kilherty. Salvaged from a London townhouse. Opening Height 74.5 cm Opening Width 44 cm
A reclaimed pine and gesso fire surround with mirrored over-mantle. In the late Victorian style. Fireplace: Height 126 cm Mantel: Height 76 cm Opening Height 91 cm Opening Width 106 cm Width between outside of legs 149.5 cm
This set of two stained glass windows depict Christ having risen. These windows were designed and built by the Atkinson Brothers. Three of the Atkinson Brothers (William, Frederick and Albert) became stained glass window artists. Starting the business in 1876. Each window; Height 350 cm Width 72 cm
This would make a fountain or water feature. It was reclaimed from a garden near Tenterden, Kent. The Urn and the Base can be sold separately. The urn is priced is £795 and the circular base is £2395. The urn, Height 61 cm Diameter 51 cm Internal Diameter 25 cm The base, Height 32 cm