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25067 Old Hollow Square Wooden Pillars
QTY: 1 Pair £250 The Pair
W
12.4cm
H
356cm
D
12.4cm
24862 Reclaimed White Painted Wooden Columns
QTY: 2 Pairs £250 Per Pair
W
17cm
H
219cm
D
17cm
24818 Antique Limestone Hand Carved Caryatids
QTY: 1 Pair £2,250 The Pair
W
59cm
H
118.6cm
D
32cm
24668 Reclaimed Imposing Teak Columns
QTY: 2 Pairs £1,800 Per Pair
DIA
39.1cm
H
346cm
D
24667 Ornately Carved Hardwood Half Pillars
QTY: 1 Pair £200 The Pair
W
14.5cm
H
212.5cm
D
7.5cm
24159 Reclaimed Hardwood Ionic Fluted Pillars
QTY: 1 Pair £875 The Pair
W
29cm
H
219cm
D
29cm
23392 Reclaimed Fluted Pine Pillars / Columns
QTY: 1 Pair £1,100 The Pair
DIA
26cm
H
211.5cm
D
22874 Monumental Wooden Entablature & Columns
QTY: Job Lot £1,750 Job Lot
W
575cm
H
383cm
D
54.5cm
22862 Large Decoratively Carved Oak Post / Pillar
QTY: 1 £650
DIA
36cm
H
214cm
D
22247 Reclaimed Composite Stone Half Pillars
QTY: 1 £300 Each
W
43cm
H
317.6cm
D
21.5cm
22153 Monumental 19th C Classical Stone Pillars
QTY: 1 Pair £4,500 The Pair
W
58cm
H
320cm
D
58cm
22052 8' Tall Reconstituted Stone Pillars / Columns
QTY: 1 Remaining £700 Each
W
43cm
H
245cm
D
43cm
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Columns and Pillars


From plain cast iron columns from demolished mills and railways stations to elegant antique carved stone columns from grand mansions, English Salvage always stock a good selection of stone, wood and cast iron reclaimed pillars and columns. We often buy good sets of decorative cast iron balcony support pillars from decommissioned churches and chapels, these usually have ornate capitals, and fluted shafts.  Some pillars would originally have been partly sunk under the ground level, others have plates on the base to allow them to be bolted to the floor.  The height of a column can often be shortened, either by sinking part of the shaft beneath the ground level, or cutting off part of the base.  

We also sometimes get runs of pillars that form a balcony or verandah front, these usually date from the Victorian era and include elaborate brackets and friezes. 

Wooden pillars are often decorative, rather than structural and sometimes are designed to connect to a wall and so have no back. They can be of square or round section and when purely decorative they are usually made of joined thin sections of wood, rather than being solid. 

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