UK Architectural Heritage has a great selection of reclaimed garden antiques. We sell benches, stone garden tables, staddle stones, sundials, troughs, plant stands, urns, pond surrounds and garden statuary.
UK Architectural Heritage is continually looking to buy and sell quality garden antiques. We collect and deliver throughout the UK.
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A Victorian cast iron panel depicting foliage, centred with a bird, bearing the makers mark ‘Mac Farlane Glasgow’. These lovely panels have many potential uses, both inside or out. Additional Dimensions Thickness varies from 2.8 to 7 cm
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
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
This antique Aphrodite or ‘Crouching Venus’ sculpture is based upon the Roman sculpture in the Royal Collection which was acquired by Charles I from the Gonzaga collection in Mantua. Sourced from a private collection in Oxfordshire.
A reclaimed wrought iron pool or pond surround. Removed from a property in London. This comes in several sections which bolt together. The shape can be altered or reduced in length. Additional Dimensions Length 680 cm, with fixing brackets plus 9 cm Length can reduce by 227 cm The shape can be changed to a
An ornate wrought iron wellhead of baluster form with ogee arched overthrow and chain driven pulley holding a copper bucket. A very similar example can be seen in ‘Antiques From The Garden, Alistair Morris, P. 87.’ Additional Dimensions Greatest diameter 108 cm Base diameter approximately 70 cm
A good batch of matching Limestone corbels, probably from a Late Victorian period Chapel or school building. Additional Dimensions Depth Overall 42 cm. Approximately 19 cm is designed to be showing Weight 563 kg for the lot Please note: Dimensions shown below are for individual corbels