Browse our range of antique furniture and interiors.
We are delighted to offer an increasing selection of reclaimed furniture. All items are available to purchase online, or you can book a viewing at our salvage yard in the beautiful Herefordshire countryside.
Whatever style you’re after, we could have the answer. From Tudor to Victorian, we stock antique furniture from a range or eras. We specialise in museum display cabinets and bar counters, but have many other items too including mirrors, cabinets, and reclaimed tables. Most importantly, every piece has a unique character.
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Coade Keystone of Minerva Dated 1794. Stamped Coade, London, and dated 1794. Minerva is known as being the Roman goddess of wisdom. Eleanor Coade was a British businesswoman known for manufacturing Neoclassical statues, architectural decorations and garden ornaments made of Coade stone from 1769. Attached are some images of Coade Keystones taken from Alison Kellys “Mrs
Rinaldo Rinaldi Marble Statue of a Putto. A wonderfully sculpted, white statutory marble figure of a putto. The figure is signed and dated 1853 and features decorative drapery and a latticed basket above his head. Rinaldo Rinaldi ( 1793 – 1873 ) Rinaldi began wood carving from the age of 8. At 18 he
Regency Plaster Statue of Hebe by Humphrey Hopper. The statue is dated 1820 and features the Goddess Hebe holding a brass oil lamp with a glass shade. The statue is standing next to an Eagle, signed verso, together with a later painted plaster pedestal. Signed and dated ‘Dec 15. 1820 / H. Hopper London’. Literature
George III Carved Giltwood Mirror. A beautiful neoclassical mirror depicting a pierced rocaille, florals, scrolled acanthus and a fruiting foliate surround. The mirror is surmounted by an opposing C-scroll and a perched ho ho bird cresting.
Antique Oval Marble Relief of a Male. 17th Century Carved Oval Marble Relief. A relief of a male head and shoulders, carved in statutory marble and displayed on a custom stand. This style of headdress was particularly fashionable during the 16th and 17th centuries. We also have a marble plaque depicting a male available here.
17th Century Carved Oval Marble Relief. A relief of a female head and shoulders, carved in statutory marble and displayed on a custom stand. This style of headdress and Ruff were particularly fashionable during the 16th and 17th centuries. We also have a marble plaque depicting a male available here.
Coade Stone Medici Urn. A large Coade Stone Urn after the The Medici Vase. The Urn comes with a custom timber pedestal. Attached is an image taken from Mrs Coades Stone by Allison Kelly. The photograph shows a similar Coade design to the Medici Urn, showing the “Roman procession to the Capitol, from the Villa
Coade and Sealy Lidded Urn. The urn was manufactured by Coade & Sealy in the early 19th century. There is a COADE & SEALY LAMBETH stamp to the base, together with a mid-19th century simulated marble, painted pine pedestal. Included in this listings photographs is a selection of Coade etchings produced in the 1770s and
Antique Life Size Statue of Minerva. A painted, plaster figure of Minerva, after John Cheere. John Cheere was an English sculptor, born in London and was the brother of the sculptor Sir Henry Cheere. This model of Minerva was produced in lead by Cheere’s manufactory at Hyde Park Corner for Stourhead, Wiltshire.
Antique Terracotta Bust of a Cherub. A Victorian terracotta bust modelled as a cherub. The young child features drapery around the top and shows signs of weathering. The bust was previously fitted with wings, which have been removed. Please see the attached photograph for reference.
Full Size Antique Model Throne of Saint Peter. In St. Peter’s Basilica, in the Vatican City, the bronze statue of Saint Peter is seated on an alabaster throne identical to this one, made by Carlo Marchionni in 1757. The throne features scrolled, moulded sides decorated with anthemion’s and scrolling acanthus leaves with lion paw front
Robert ‘Mouseman’ Thompson Oak Pulpit. A beautiful Robert ‘Mouseman’ Thompson, solid oak pulpit. The oak is in panelled form with the carved Mouse signature and can be used in a variety of settings. These can be used as stylish work stations or a quirky bar.
Nine Framed Tudor Ceiling Bosses. A collection of nine, seventeenth century, pierced Oak ceiling bosses. The bosses feature a variety of designs. Each boss has been individually framed, creating the opportunity for a fantastic wall feature. Additional Dimensions Height and Width 15 x 15 cm Depth 6 cm Frame 27 x 27 cm Depth
Reclaimed Tiered Glass Shop Display Stand. Bronze and Glass tiered shop display stand with what we believe is tempered glass. This is made up of six components. A beautiful bronze frame and two glass shelves in a 1930s-50s style. The stand features attractive ball finials. We have three display stands available and one similar, smaller stand.
Antique Astral Glazed Mirrored Cabinet. A wonderful large scale cabinet with original mirrored glass doors. The cabinet has Astral glazing with original bevelled Mercury mirrored glass. The doors open to reveal a large storage space. These could be customised with shelves.