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28650 Pair of antique Ganesh wood carvings
QTY: 1 Pair £145 The Pair
28646 Cast iron round bullseye wall tie plates
QTY: 2 £47 Each
28635 Two carved teak female figures
QTY: 1 £245 The Pair
28633 Elephant and flower carved wooden brackets
QTY: 2 £95 Each
28631 Simple carved wooden blocks
QTY: 2 £45 Each
28630 Peacock and elephant floral foliate brackets
QTY: 2 £125 Each
28629 Carved peacock and floral foliate brackets
QTY: 3 £80 Each
28626 Elephant carved teak decorative blocks
QTY: 2 £65 Each
28604 Two old fretwork panels from Morocco
QTY: 1 Remaining £895 Each
28603 Double arched timber fretwork Moroccan panels
QTY: 6 Sections £725 Per Section
28602 Good run of Moroccan fretwork panelling
QTY: 3 Sections £950 Per Section
28601 Pair of antique Indian balcony doors
QTY: 2 Pairs £975 Each
28600 Pair of antique ornate Indian teak doors
QTY: 1 £1,750 The Set
28599 Heavily carved set of teak doors from India
QTY: 1 £1,800 The Set
SOLD
28580 Wrought iron and teak ballustrade / railings
QTY: SOLD £845 The Set
28579 Heavily carved old teak panel / coving
QTY: 1 £225
28578 Long antique carved teak panel
QTY: 1 £245
28562 Unusual set of antique teak window shutters
QTY: 3 £525 Each
28558 Reclaimed Mehrab arches with flower motif
QTY: 4 £125 Each
28517 Reclaimed Indian stone entranceway and doors
QTY: 1 Set £4,250 The Set
28362 Reclaimed bronze acanthus leaf scroll
QTY: 1 £95
28314 Elegant white wooden porch canopy
QTY: 1 £425
28308 Antique mehrab arched teak balcony / veranda
QTY: 1 £1,700
28297 Terracotta coloured ridge tile dragon
QTY: 1 £175
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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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