As the Industrial Revolution took hold, style and craftsmanship slowly declined. The Arts and Crafts movement aimed to recapture the spirit of skill, quality, and luxury, helping Europe better appreciate decorative arts.
UK Architectural Heritage is an Arts and Crafts antique furniture dealer with a twist. We hand select every Arts and Crafts antique to ensure style, quality, and artistry. Here’s your chance to own a piece of history.
These carved oak beams have been salvaged from a period property in Hampshire, having previously been incorporated into a panelled room. The room was constructed around 1890, using some earlier materials. This listing comprises of a 6″ section of carved beam, originally attached to the ceiling. There are two available at this size and two
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
An early 20th century Lefcoware glazed terracotta Bird Bath in the form of a putto holding a scallop shell aloft, standing upon a square plinth with two further basins. This birdbath was one of the most successful designs produced by the Leeds Fireclay Company and this is a particularly good example coming with the additional
An elegant antique glazed stoneware birdbath, with fluted rising baluster and round bowl decorated with oak leaves, by English stoneware maker, LEFCO, the Leeds Fire Clay Company Ltd. Additional Dimensions Bowl Diameter 56.5 Base Diameter 37.5
This item consists of four reclaimed stained glass panels in temporary pine frames. 2 x small panels, each, 70 x 25 x 1 cm 2 x large panels, each, 70 x 67 x 1 cm Sizes excluding frames There are two additional large pieces, for spares or repair, as seen in the images.