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.
Something to sell? We’re always on the lookout for good quality furniture to buy. Get in touch to enquire.
A rare large group of hand carved boxwood and fruitwood composition squeeze moulds One mould is marked ‘A Williams’. Sold as one lot only. Additional Dimensions Largest 61 x 9.5 x 4 cm Smallest 11.5 x 11.5 x 4 cm
Two reclaimed wrought iron panels featuring scrolls and wheat sheaf’s. Painted wrought iron, salvaged from from the Crescent in Bath. We have two further lots available. Additional Dimensions Each 65 x 60 cm
A Decorative English Tudor Style Terracotta Brick or tile featuring Queen Elizabeth I? and a Gentleman, possibly Robert Dudley? Reputedly found in the garden of a Tudor manor house in Surrey. We are selling this as reclaimed, antique, 19th century or earlier.
A set of three finely carved oak wall panels, each containing a shield centre, surround by scrolling foliage and fruits. We have a further two panels similar available, please enquire for details. Additional Dimensions Two panels 78.5 x 58.5 x 4 cm One panel 78.5 x 38.5 x 4 cm
A pair of antique English carved oak figures. These were previously part of a panelled room in a house in Hampshire, constructed from earlier pieces of architectural salvage and assembled in 1890. Additional Dimensions ( Each ) Height 73 cm Width 16 cm Depth 9 cm
A pair of turned and carved oak column pedestals. Salvaged from a church in Portsmouth. There are up to three pairs available, please ask for more details. Additional Dimensions Base 29.5 cm x 29.5 cm Top 26.5 cm x 29.5 cm
A pair of English oak figures depicting a knight and a maiden. These were previously part of a panelled room constructed from earlier pieces of architectural salvage and assembled in 1890. Additional Dimensions ( Each ) Height 62.5 cm Width 15 cm Depth 8 cm
An antique glazed bronze display cabinet, originally from the Victoria & Albert Museum in London, later acquired by the artist Damian Hirst. These are constructed from Phosphor Bronze, with glazed doors, sides and top. Fitted with three glass shelves. Timber panelled back and base. We have five matching cabinets available. Price per cabinet. Items pictured