A style defined by symmetry, our selection of Louis XV antiques is vast. We stock everything from beautiful decorative statues, to hand-painted fire surrounds, all of which are ready and waiting to continue their historic journey. You can experience the selection firsthand by booking a tour of our reclamation yard in Herefordshire. Or, you can purchase a piece of history for yourself below.
A compact English brass and steel fire basket. The shaped, cast iron front bars with tapering cast iron torch legs surmounted by flaming brass finials. Shaped cast iron back. Another similar fire grate is also available.
A large scale antique Carrara marble console table reclaimed from a country house in southern England. The rectangular top with a carved overlapping rondel edge, standing on scroll carved corbel supports. Urns not included.
Three cast iron planters of rectangular form, with flared sides and scroll feet, the body ornamented with central cartouche. Additional Dimensions (Each) Height 38 cm Width 73.5 cm Depth 36.5 cm Opening Height 29 cm Opening Width 64 cm Opening Depth 27 cm Weight 42 kg
A French Louis XV style carved Sarrancolin marble fireplace, the frieze with centre shell, scrolls and foliage. Shaped serpentine shelf. This fireplace was removed from the Carlton Hotel, Cannes. Additional Dimensions Opening Height 91 cm Opening Width 130 cm Width between outside of foot blocks 160 cm
A reclaimed French double basin in the style of Jacob Delafon. Standing on porcelain legs and fitted with nickel plated taps and wastes. Additional Dimensions 85 cm Height to ceramic Tap 13 cm height Overall height 145 cm Width 70.5 cm
A compact fire surround with full column supports, constructed from white statuary marble. Additional Dimensions Opening Height 79 cm Opening Width 74.5 cm Width between outside of the foot blocks 111.5 cm
This fire surround was made by the cabinet-making firm Guéret Frères. The firm was founded in 1853 and continued in production until the end of the 19th century. From 1855 onward it exhibited regularly at the great international exhibitions and often won medals. They exhibited at the International Exhibitions of 1855, 1867 and 1878 specialising
A pretty early 20th Century side gate, reclaimed from a house in London. This features a scrolling pattern with repoussé details to the centre. Additional Dimensions Width of gate 72.5 cm (for an opening of approximately 73.5 cm)