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Design and Architectural Resource
 
Architectural Features
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29983 Reclaimed cast iron finial posts
QTY: 1 Pair £650 The Pair
29971 Substantial stone pier caps / plinths
QTY: 1 Pair £1,500 The Pair
29945 Old decorative cast iron corbels / capitals
QTY: 1 Pair £265 The Pair
29939 Victorian stoneware circular lion plaque
QTY: 1 £545
29884 Reclaimed tall obelisk with ball finial
QTY: 1 £1,275
29870 Antique marbleised pine balustrade
QTY: 1 Job Lot £985 Job Lot
29849 Huge reclaimed oak arched doors
QTY: 1 £2,100 The Pair
SOLD
29841 Antique Jaisalmer sandstone arch
QTY: SOLD £300
29728 Unique set of teak gun cabinets from India
QTY: Job Lot £14,000 Job Lot
SOLD
29713 Original Victorian cast iron ceiling roses
QTY: SOLD £985 Each
SOLD
29707 test
QTY: SOLD £0
SOLD
29706 test
QTY: SOLD £0
29691 Ornate ironwork Moroccan window grilles
QTY: 1 Remaining £245 Each
29690 Reclaimed ornate wrought iron grille
QTY: 1 £145
SOLD
29683 Opposing lion statues in composition stone
QTY: SOLD £1,240 The Pair
29676 Striking cast iron round window frames
QTY: 2 £385 Each
29673 Salvaged Moroccan fretwork wooden panels
QTY: 2 £250 Each
29671 Antique glazed arched door and balcony set
QTY: 1 £950
29648 Large ornately carved mirror or door frame
QTY: 1 £975
SOLD
29643 Unusual large wooden antique elephant boards
QTY: SOLD £895 Each
29606 Vintage Fairground Horse
QTY: 1 £650
29589 Run of antique Indonesian teak panelling
QTY: 13 Metres £13,500 Job Lot
SOLD
29503 Reclaimed cast iron ceiling roses
QTY: SOLD £460 Each
SOLD
29421 Early carved stone armorial initials
QTY: SOLD £120 Each
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Architectural Elements


Over a hundred years ago, most buildings were designed individually and made by hand, from the individual bricks to the roof tiles. Craftsmen and architects of the time were artists and knew how to create buildings of elegant proportions, with traditions of architecture dating back to the classic civilisations of Rome and Greece.  Buildings followed certain classical rules of proportionality, as laid down by famous Roman architects such as Vitruvius, and were designed and decorated to show the skills of the builder and aspirations of the owners.  

When buildings are demolished or redeveloped we save the best of the architectural features, be it anything from a grand stone entranceway to Victorian decorative terracotta bricks. These reclaimed antique architectural elements make great feature pieces for interior design, bar and shop fittings.  For example an old stone frieze may be incorporated into a bar design, large stone capitals make excellent table bases, an old Victorian verandah can make an interesting garden feature. 

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