A pair of antique buff terracotta garden urns reclaimed from a property in Suffolk. These are not stamped, but likely to be by Doulton. Additional Dimensions The dimensions quoted are for each urn. Base 32 cm Square
An understated American Federal-style fireplace mantel featuring a deep shelf and twin column supports. This was reputedly originally shipped to the UK for a film production. Additional Dimensions Opening Height 96.5 cm Opening Width 134.5 cm Width between outside of foot blocks 165 cm
This basin was salvaged from a property in Evesham. It was made by ‘WM Pearce. Ltd. Sanitary Specialists, Birmingham’. The stoneware basin sits on a wooden bracket, supported by a floor mounted cast iron stand.
An unusual 19th century carved oak fire surround featuring craved ‘Green Man’ mask to the frieze and carved depictions of traders to the jambs. This has been constructed from earlier timbers, possibly 18th century elements. This fireplace is believed to originate from the Netherlands, possibly with Dutch East Indies connections. Additional Dimensions Opening height 91.5 cm
A pair of late 18th century English carved limestone garden urns from Aske Hall, North Yorkshire, dispersed as part of a three day auction sale in 1994. The bowls carved in high relief, with floral swags and masks, standing on squared socles.
A set of twenty one antique interlocking buff terracotta Gibbs and Canning planters and troughs, reclaimed from a property in Belgravia, London. These can be used to make a continuous run of planters, other shapes, or used as single planters. This is certainly the largest original set of antique planters we have seen, in our