An unusual 19th century carved oak fire surround featuring craved ‘Green Man’ mask to the frieze and carved depictions of traders to the jambs. This has been constructed from earlier timbers, possibly 18th century elements. This fireplace is believed to originate from the Netherlands, possibly with Dutch East Indies connections. Additional Dimensions Opening height 91.5 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.
A large English oak fire surround. This appears to be mainly a late 19th century construction, using earlier carved elements. The upper frieze panel is dated 1564, which we believe to be of the period. The other carved parts are in a similar style. Opening Height 106 cm Opening Width 137.5 cm
This beautiful English, Jacobean style fire surround is made from oak and features hand carving. Additional Dimensions Opening Height 91.5 cm Opening Width 122.5 cm Width between outside of legs 173 cm
An elegant early 20th century Gothic style surround with hand carved spandrels. This limestone fire surround comes with an original oak mantel shelf however it can be fitted flush to a wall and used without the shelf if preferred. Additional Dimensions Opening Height 106 cm Opening Width 106.5 cm Width between outside of legs 141.5 cm
A reclaimed English Georgian period farmhouse door, complete with frame. Salvaged from a house near Egham. Additional Dimensions Height 186.5 cm overall Width 120 cm Depth 16 cm Frame Opening Height 181.5 cm Frame Width 94 cm Weight 52 kg door & 40 kg frame
A rare pair of English carved Limestone Armorial lions, probably originally used as gate piers. Reclaimed from a house in South London. Height 65 cm and 62 cm Width 26 cm and 28 cm (base of each lion) Depth 30 cm