Discover our unique selection of vintage Gothic furniture.
The Gothic style was prevalent in western Europe between the 12th and 16th centuries. It was characterised by pointed arches, rib vaults, flying buttresses, and large windows. Our extensive range of Gothic antiques, from reclaimed doors to antique wall paneling, continues to give this period in history an opportunity to shine again.
A 9.75 meter run of half height carved oak wall panelling. The panelling was assembled in its current form around 1890, though some of the carved panels are significantly older. Carved with linen fold panels, Heads, tracery and foliage. Additional Dimensions Height of all pieces 153 cm Depth 7 cm Widths Stripped piece (main image)
A mid-19th century English, Gothic Revival fireplace. This fireplace bears similarities with two surrounds supplied to Presentation Convent, Co. Waterford, designed by Augustus Pugin and completed by his son Edward Pugin. Carved from Caen limestone, with marble columns. Removed from a private residence in the North of England. Additional Dimensions Opening Height 84.5 cm Opening
An 18th century English Gothic stone doorway. Additional Dimensions Exterior Height 237 cm Width at base 166 cm Widest part 190 cm Depth (deepest part) 32 cm Internal Opening height 200.5 cm Opening width 112 cm
Lighting; A very unusual pair of English wrought iron lamp stands. These light stands are suitable for internal or external use. Each blacksmith made using traditional fire welding. Additional Dimensions Each approximately 65 x 65 x 250 cm Widest point of base 65 x 65 cm (triangle) 186 kg for both.
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
Twelve encaustic tiles (three, four tile panels) with a neo-medieval design. Four tiles combine to form a quatrefoil with a fox and a hen in each foil and with quarter quatrefoils at the outer corners.