Discover our range of handpicked Art Deco antiques.
From doors and fireplaces to wash basins and wall lights, our reclamation yard in Herefordshire is home to beautifully stylish Art Deco furniture guaranteed to add a touch of glamour to your home.As the predominant decorative art style of the roaring 1920s and 1930s, vintage Art Deco is characterized by precise and bold geometric shapes and strong colours.
Take a look at our Art Deco antiques collection. We could have the perfect piece for you.
These Antique Copper Light Doors were salvaged from the Liberty Department Store, London, England. They are made from Mahogany and have a painted and stained finish. Removed during a recent refit. We have several sets available.
Red Chinoiserie painted fireplace. The frieze and jambs adorned with painted oriental scenes, including buildings, figures and boats. Date stamp on the back – 1947. Additional Dimensions Opening height 80.5 cm Opening width 120.5 cm
Reclaimed Limestone Bolection Fireplace. A Georgian style, Fossilised Limestone, Bolection Fire Surround dating to the 1920s. Additional Dimensions Opening Height 102 cm Opening Width 127 cm Outside of foot blocks 168 cm
A very attractive ‘Bratt Colbran’ fire surround made from stainless steel in the Art Deco style. This fireplace can either be used either as an insert, or as a surround. Additional Dimensions Opening Height 69 cm Opening Width 53 cm Overall Height 91 cm width 115.5 cm Maximum depth without grill 13.5 cm
An Art Deco style fire surround constructed from walnut. Each jamb has a storage cupboard with Art Deco style handles. We have had this model once before, they look very impressive then paired with a marble hearth and slips. Additional Dimensions Opening Height 90.5 cm Opening Width 121 cm Width between outsides of the foot
A batch of 100 reclaimed encaustic cream cement tiles with a green ‘square and line’ pattern. These tiles will cover 4 m2 or 43 ft2. Suitable for wall or floors. This set includes: 70 tiles forming the square pattern 30 tiles forming the line pattern