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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Collection of Specimen Clam Shells. Five clam shells mounted on bespoke steel stands. These have long been sought after for their decorative value. Additional dimensions These shells vary in size so we have provided the maximum measurements between them below (excluding the base) Height 3 cm Width 29 cm Depth 20 cm Stand base diameter
Antique Hand Carved English Stone Panel. A very similar design to the other which we have available. Both acquired from the same English church. With such a mellow colour, these limestone panels really have the potential to be styled in numerous ways.
Antique Italian Plaster Statue. This statue, signed ‘Politi Fecit’, is similar to many that depict Venus or similarly, Hebe. The draped free flowing material is a common theme in pieces that resemble the famous goddess’. She displays beautifully detailed hair features and was once bearing a torch.
Pair of Georgian Style Wooden Finials. Two impressive turned wooden finials topped with pineapples. Georgian in style, but early twentieth century in manufacture. Pineapple’s have long been an eccentric gesture of wealth, however they are also a universal symbol of hospitality. Additional Dimensions: Diameter: 15 cm Base diameter: 11 cm
Antique Stoneware Lion. A terracotta study of a recumbent lion. This small but detailed piece can be used for various things from a paperweight, to a mantel top ornament. The traces of original paint only add to the authentic and rustic style of the lion.
Two Roman Style Marble Column Fragments. Two Marble fragments mounted on modern steel stands. One is decorated with olive branches, while the other has Solomonic spirals. Both are very similar to a larger ornate column we have in stock, if you wish to take a look please click here. Additional dimensions Diameter of the base 12.5 cm
Roman Style Marble Column Fragment. A Solomonic, marble column, mounted onto a bespoke steel base. A fascinating intricately worked antique. We can imagine this fragment of Ancient Rome being discovered and brought back to Great Britain as part of a Grand Tour. In addition to this piece, we have two further smaller fragments form the same
Two George III Coade Stone Urn Finials. Shown on square section artificial stone plinths cast with rams’ masks and swags. The design of the urns appears in Coade’s 1778 trade catalogue, no. 94 (plate marked N. 2 in the Sir John Soane museum copy of the catalogue). These spectacular fluted urns are stamped, Coade Lambeth 1794, one
Large Carved Oriental Wall Panel. Originating in Thailand, this piece was imported to the UK by its previous owner in the 1950s. The panel depicts a jungle scene of flora and fauna. The rich colour of the wood brilliantly compliments the detail of the piece.
Classical Plaster Statue of Hebe. A somber depiction of the Greek goddess of Youth Hebe after she fell and exposed herself. Causing her to be dismissed as a Cup Bearer of the Gods. She would later stand again only to become wife of Hercules. This example is of unusually large scale and forms an impressive
Pair of Antique Carved Polychrome Lions. These lions symbolise courage, nobility, royalty and strength. Historically the lion has been regarded as the “king of beasts” making this pair visually striking. This pair once formed part of a Royal crest.
Three Regency Style Wall Plaques. These large composition Jasper-ware style Regency plaques are in untouched original condition. One of the pieces reveals a music book surrounded by various instruments, wrapped in olive branches. The others with baskets of fruit and foliage.
A superb antique glazed Mahogany museum display cabinet from the Ceramics room at the V & A Museum, London. The cabinets have removable end panels. We have 26 of these cabinets in stock, enough for you to create you own museum! The sculpture is not included.
Reclaimed Cast Iron Church Floor Grills. A seven piece set of cast iron floor grills, from St. Phillip and St. James’ church in Leckhampton. Originally laid end to end running down the aisle of the church, spanning 6.68 metres. Additional Dimensions Large grills (x4) Height: 116 cm Width: 45.5 cm Depth: 1.8 cm Weight 30 kg
The Terpsichore Muse. A Late 19th century French terracotta figure, after Canova, of a Terpsichore, Venus. Stamped L Carouste Castnaudant. Plinth is not included. Shown in a Magnificent Pair of Solid Marble Niches C. 1835 , stock number 24221 Additional Dimensions Height 105 cm