The Tudor style dates back as far as 1485 and is commonly viewed as a homely and cosy style. Fireplaces often formed the centerpiece of core rooms, with woods such as oak regularly used. Our range of Tudor antiques, available to view at our Herefordshire reclamation yard or buy online, are carefully selected because of their exceptional quality and distinct design. So if your home could benefit from that warm and cosy feel, browse our selection of Tudor style antiques below.
A reclaimed York stone cistern with a mask spout. This was originally from a property in Stockport and since been demolished. This has been in family ownership for over 30 years. Additional Dimensions Internal Height – 25 cm Internal Width – 94.5 cm Internal Depth – 41 cm
Three reclaimed wall panels made from 17th century and later elements, assembled in its current form around 1895. Removed from a large house in Southern England. We have many other panels from this source. Additional Dimensions 1. 39 x 119 x 5 cm 2. two panels 39.5 x 108 x 5 cm
A Decorative English Tudor Style Terracotta Brick or tile featuring Queen Elizabeth I? and a Gentleman, possibly Robert Dudley? Reputedly found in the garden of a Tudor manor house in Surrey. We are selling this as reclaimed, antique, 19th century or earlier.
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 reclaimed Jacobean style carved oak fireplace with over mantle salvaged from a manor house in Suffolk. Additional Dimensions Opening Height 101.5 cm Opening Width 100 cm Width Between outside of the foot blocks 163 cm