Architectural Salvage 

Salvaged architectural elements have long been a source of quirky and unique features in gardens. We are always looking for Architectural Salvage with strong decorative value which could be incorporated into a garden, such as columns, steps and carved architectural embellishments.

  • £295 In Stock

    Item no:2294

    A large rectangular sandstone doorstep from a pub in the North of England, the surface worked with a series of parallel groves to give a very unusual corrugated effect. The original function of this stone may have been to help clean customer's boots before entering the pub. It would make an excellent ripple bed incorporated into a water feature to give...

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    Item no:2277

    A salvaged limestone mounting block from near Evesham, Worcestershire, comprising a large and very well weathered rectangular block and a smaller step stone. The main block was originally a cheese press stone and it still has its original wrought iron bolt and link. 18th/19th century 

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    Item no:0452

    A pair of solid cast-iron round pillars which slightly taper to a square 12 plate. They were reputedly originally part of the fabric of the Cottage Hospital in Bromyard, Herefordshire. They need sandblasting to remove some remaining paintwork.19th Century

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    Item no:2413

    A pair of salvaged gothic gable ends for Herefordshire carved from pink sandstone and heavily colonised with moss and Lichen.  Priced as a pair 19th century. 

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    Item no:2414

    A pair of salvaged gable finials from Herefordshire carved from pink sandstone now covered with moss and lichen.  Priced as a pair. 19th Century.

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    Item no:0777

    A salvaged york stone heraldic shield, relief carved with the arms of the city of Bradford and bearing the motto "Labor omnia vincit" (Hard work overcomes all). It is likely this shield was formerly part of a civic or commercial building in the city of Bradford.19th century

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    Item no:1758

    An old limestone standing stone carved on one side with a shallow recess. There is an interesting background to this stone which was dug out of the ground many years ago on top of Gretton Hill, Gloucestershire. The shallow recess was probably made to capture water from a natural spring for farm animals and the stone is likely to be ancient. It may even...

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    Item no:2405

    A salvaged wrought iron screen originally from the Great House, Kegworth, Leicestershire. This interesting screen has been restored, shot blasted and repainted and is now ready to be re-used. Apart from its unusual dimensions it is deliberately asymmetrical in the centre which makes is especially quirky.  19th century or possibly earlier. 

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    Item no:0719

    A pair of substantial sandstone columns on square bases. They were presumably part of a formal entrance to a large building but their exact origin is not known. They could be interesting vertical elements in a large garden or an estate setting. Staffordshire.19th Century

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    Item no:1956

    A large salvaged stone corbel made from a rough textured natural ironstone. It is carved as a large cherub head on a rectangular rebate and could be adapted as a fountainhead.  19th century. 

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    Item no:2418

    A set of six extremely rare cast-iron columns of tapered reeded form with plain collared tops and bases. Originally from a garden in Derbyshire these columns have great potential to be the key ingredient in a garden structure such as a pergola or gazebo or veranda. They are not excessively tall or heavy and have an elegant appearance enhanced by their...

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    Item no:2019

    An antique armorial stone from County Durham, carved from sandstone as a gable end stone with a recess in the top. The armorial motif is indistinct due to long term weathering but this stone might well have once been part of a medieval building. it makes an interesting and enigmatic garden feature.  18th century or earlier 

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About Holloways Antiques

Holloways sell garden antiques and garden ornament, antique pots and planters, salvaged garden ornament and reclaimed garden ornament from our courtyards around the family farm, near Malvern in Worcestershire. We specialise in old English stone including old farm troughs, millstones and staddle stones. We also have a range of interesting garden sculpture, garden statues and contemporary garden art.

We are situated in the beautiful English countryside and a visit to see our collection is never wasted. You can browse for hours in the extensive courtyards where you might find an old stone cider mill complete with millstone, a stone tough for planting alpines, an early 20th century lead urn, or a contemporary sculpture to use as a garden centrepiece. All will make your garden unique.

Holloways have been dealers in garden antiques for over 25 years and Edward Holloway is one of the leading experts in antique garden ornament and vintage garden ornament in the UK.

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