Gateway to the world of architectural salvage, architectural antiques, antique doors, antique fireplaces, garden antiques, antique ironwork, antique lighting, old radiators, antique windows, reclaimed building materials, reclaimed bricks, reclaimed flagstones, reclaimed flooring, reclaimed stone and reclaimed roof tiles and slates. To search for a single keyword or set of keywords simply type the keywords, eg reclaimed bricks, which will find stories containing the word reclaimed and the word bricks. Among the professional punters, which seem to change slightly in each episode, were Chris Hamilton of Rutland Garden Classics, Dave Channing of Kent Reclamation, and seasoned TV professionals Paul Johnson and Dale Sumner of Ribble Reclamation formerly of 'Seeking Salvage' 2011 and 'Trash to Treasure' 2012. Cutting remarks were heard during the bidding, and at the end of the auction the losers retreated to a nearby diner to commiserate, while the winning bidder assessed the load prior to selling it to trade contacts and others.
Chris Hamilton won twice, making ?7,000 profit on an old jeep, and Ribble Rec won with an 'End of the Pier' collection. Only a few items weren't sold as these had a reserve which wasn't met so surprisingly the 1940s showman's wagon and the French 19th century panelled rooms are still available to purchase from us. Local country inn 'The Ragged Cot' provided a delicious range of food and hot and cold beverages throughout the day. Andy Triplow, Director of Vintage & Architectural said "Wellers did an exceptional job of making sure the auction ran smoothly. Vintage & Architectural, working with our sister companies 'The Old Radiator Company' and 'The Vintage Floor Tile Company' will be focusing on original cast iron radiators, reclaimed floor tiles, unique bathrooms, timber flooring and hardware, vintage furniture and decorative garden items. Craven Cottage was a cottage orne built for Lord Craven in 1780 and acquired by Walsh Porter, an Irish gentleman dealer, who enlarged it in 1805 with the help of the young Thomas Hopper.
In 1806 at the Prince's London palace at Carlton House, newly refurbished by Henry Holland, Prince George employed Walsh Porter to redecorate the saloon in the Etruscan style, John Nash to build a fancy gothic dining room, and Thomas Hopper to erect a spectacular gothic conservatory with stained glass to the fan vaulting. Walsh Porter bought Vine Cottage, next to Fulham church, a short distance from Craven Cottage, and enlarged it with theatrical decor including a rocky entrance called the robber's cave, a bedroom built as a lion's den, and a dining room resembling a small scale Tintern Abbey. Before its demolition, old Winchester House had for many years been used as warehouses and was, by 1839, practically falling down. Nestling in trees beneath the old tower of Fulham Church, which has been judiciously restored by Mr.
The fragments of the old Royal Exchange, with a Burmese cross-legged idol perched thereon - the urn to the memory of 'Poor Banquo' … we enter the outer hall or passage, wainscoted with oak and lined above with arras, separated from the inner hall by an oak screen, which was usually guarded upon gala nights by most respectable "Beef-eaters," who required the production of invitation cards from all visitors … But I cannot allow you to examine so closely that curiously carved oak chimney-piece in the inner hall, although I admit that it may be as early as Henry VIII's time.
Where shall we begin?  You wish to inspect everything.  Suppose, then, we commence with the kitchen, and steam it upstairs to the dormitories, going at the rate of a high-pressure engine.
As for the other relics in the dining-room, I will only particularise two or three more; and they are a pair of round and solid well-carved pendents from the chancel of the church history I cannot tell you, but it resembles in execution the exquisite Gothic figures in the chimney-piece of the town-hall at Bruges, and is of about the same height and size.
Statues are there, some of the highest class of art, others which belong to an early Gothic period, and yet an harmonious effect has been produced.  Where will you take up your position for a general view?  At the other end? Now if it were not for that richly gilt Venetian table, the companion to which is in the possession of the Earl of Harrington, we might have an excellent view of that magnificently embellished recess, upon the merits of which Mr. Baylis and Whitmore sold Pryor's Bank in 1841 to another antiquary and the contents of were sold off in a six-day auction on 3 May 1841, followed on 25 May 1854 by a three day auction for the remainder. Although the couple used their salvage expertise and lovingly restoring it over many years to create their perfect idyll, they have not found the time to appreciate the Wagon and have decided to sell it. Where necessary, repairs were made to the original roof, but generally it was in very good condition. Andy and Fiona sympathetically restored the original hinged transom windows and laid solid burnt oak flooring throughout. The bathroom is a luxurious wet room featuring an old teak boat deck grilled flooring and with a waterproof black marble-effect wall covering.
The inside of the eight metre long Wagon is finished to a high standard, and the structure is completely sound. The seat was probably early 19th century and was prominently marked with raised lettering MACFARLANE and PERTH FOUNDRY on the front stretcher. It is refreshing to see a gothic seat provenanced to a Scottish maker, rather than the more common attribution of French or Val d'Osne. Outside the entrance to the fair was a display of garden ornament, much of which came from Gary Wallis, while inside was a display of antique fairground-related art and signage, much of which was from the personal collection of Drew Pritchard.
Guy Trench of Antiques by Design was in his normal position at the very back of the tent, with most of his fantasy salvage lighting sporting the faddish antique-look filament bulbs, although one standard lamp made from an old wooden ski had two strips of LEDs attached with a presumably lower wattage.
Among other decorative stands of note was No 1 Lewes, which is the business of Lily Trunfull, a short-listed antiques young gun of the year 2014, this year won by James Gooch of Doe & Hope. Other gems include a London and NW Railway egg transport box ?100-?150, a bank of 22 chemist shop drawers with glass handles ?200-?300 and a wicker pigeon basket for ?30-?45. Lucy Ryder Richardson from Modern Shows says 'Check out Vintage Unit, which is the first on the right as you go in the door. The Midcentury Show East takes place on Sunday a month before the Midcentury Modern show in Dulwich, South East London. The auction contains a huge amount of architectural and garden salvage and reclaimed materials. Also of note is a composition Cotswold stone folly style temple 314cm high and 242cm diameter, estimate ?2000-?3000. A taster of the other eight hundred plus lots includes; three lots of orchard ladders ?30 each, wrought iron gates ?40, wrought iron bench ?80, set of four cast iron columns ?150, five cotswold stone ridge sections ?20, tree guards ?50 each, five lots of hundreds of 3ins terracotta flower pots ?50 each, eleven metal clock face numerals ?20, lead light panels, pine and mahogany sash windows, stone plinths and pier caps, staddle stones, cast iron coal hole covers, weathered decorative stone washing table mounted on compo stone plinths ?800, two lots of limestone manor house windows ?150 each, two lots of Victorian cement fire surrounds ?500 each, benches, limestone troughs, yorkstone pool surround ?500, Victorian carved stone corbels, composition stone balls, milk churns, plenty lots of ridge tiles, marble fire surround shelves, at least eight lots of mulitple cast iron rainwater hoppers ?30 - ?80 each, blue brick pavers, plenty lots of limestone flags and yorkstone coping, iron gates, heated towel rails, newel posts and stair spindles, cast iron bath feet, plenty lots of ceramic pans and cisterns and ceramic and Belfast sinks, mahogany doors, six lots of multiple pairs of chrome taps ?20 each, tonnes of cast iron balustrade, oak flooring, crittall windows, cast iron fire surrounds, cast iron grills, five lots of multiple cloth covered mannequins ?50 each, steel lockers and cabinets, door furniture galore, mirrors, pews, stools, chairs, desks, chests, tables and fireplace tiles.
Andy Triplow, Director of MASCo says 'Since starting The Old Radiator Company sixteen years ago and taking over MASCo Salvage three years ago, we have seen many changes in the reclamation industry. Preview: Sat 11th October 10-5pm and Mon 13th - Fri 17th October 9-5pm, and on day of sale from 8am.


Location: MASCo Salvage, Cirencester Road, Aston Down, Minchinhampton, Gloucestershire, GL6 8PE. Items will be available to be purchased online via the-saleroom dot com or in person on the day of the auction. Reclaimed wood can be used for bedsteads, headboards, furniture, fitted wardrobe doors, and even on ceilings or walls. Statement lighting is another theme that seems to be on trend not just in the master bedroom but in other parts of the house too. Designers such as Rose Uniacke, who has created interiors for celebrities like Victoria and David Beckham, are paint specialists and use the other design theme neutral colours to fabulous effect. Zillow Digs was set up by the real estate company, Zillow for home improvement and design inspiration. Selling drugs for a living or for some extra cash may seem like a foreign concept to many people.
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Graeme and Alex of Jessie May's came second with the 'Country Kitchen' lot which included a good wide and decorative Georgian downhearth grate which they restored but undersold. The auction was aimed to promote our rebrand and to make space in our showrooms for new stock. There was an exciting bidding war on the large gates which had everyone captivated in the room and seemed to end with both parties happy as they each bought a pair of gates. Episodes of Father Ted were played in our vintage 1930s style cinema for bidders to watch whilst waiting for their lot number to come up. We're really pleased with outcome of the auction and there was a great atmosphere throughout the day. The Beale Park Decorative and Architectural Salvage Show is open from 10am to 4pm on Saturday 18th and Sunday 19th October.
Pryor's, described at the time as a 'secondhand Strawberry Hill', was built on the banks of the Thames close to Craven Cottage, built in 1780, and now famously the name for the grounds of Fulham football club. Walsh Porter, became a design confidante of the Prince Regent after he attended soirees the cottage. He then sold Vine Cottage to Lady Hawarden, and then to William Holmes MP, who sold again to Thomas Baylis and Lechmere Whitmore, both members of the Society of Antiquaries, who added an extra storey and renamed it The Pryor's Bank. Michael's Church, Coventry, and in the niches are some fine figures of the kings and queens of England. The focus of the restoration revolved heavily around reclamation and salvage, and was so unique that it featured on Channel 4's George Clarke's Amazing Spaces. Fiona explains "We were hoping to install it in a field nearby as a place to retreat to, but we have so many other commitments. The vintage basin and shower fittings are from Andy and Fiona's business, MASCO Salvage in Gloucestershire.
One radiator is painted and the other stripped to reveal its grey iron colour and decorative detailing.
The outside of the Wagon needs some attention before the new owner paints it in their chosen colour. Listed as Lot 599 it is currently available for viewing and purchase on the day of the auction either in person or online through Wellers Auctioneers with an estimate of ?15,000-?20,000. This was obviously not the Saracen Foundry of Walter MacFarlane founded c1852 in Glasgow, but an earlier Alexander MacFarlane who is recorded as making machinery in the 1830s at Perth for mills on the nearby estate of Thomas Graham, Lord Lynedoch, a soldier and agricultural improver, sometime right hand man of the Duke of Wellington during the peninsular campaign and others. Other gothic seats were known to have been produced by Yates Haywood in England, although very rarely described by the trade or auctioneers as such. Gifford-Mead also had an unusual silver-plated Georgian fire surround, some Egyptian tapestries (hastily brought in to cover bare walls left after the sale of wrought ironwork), and sculpture.
Oprah Winfrey sauntered past with a white poodle, note-booked secretary and serious minder, attended by a frisson of excitement and much twittering by those who recognised her. 1,004 lots of garden, farming, kitchen and commercial bygones are for sale including a traditional barrel top gypsy caravan with a stove estimated at ?4,000-?6,000 and a tin top shepherd's hut estimate ?400-?600.
There will be a fantastic, eclectic mix of Bauhaus, Deco, industrial and modernist styles of everything for the home from furniture and art to smalls.
There are clocks from all over Europe on the London Timepiece stand and vintage school maps from Europe Retromap. The Modern Show website contains a comprehensive directory of dealers in 20th century design called The Modern Marketplace, where one can also find vintage places to stay and hire vintage props and performers. The rebrand to 'Vintage & Architectural' will see the business focus more on unique bathrooms, timber flooring, hardware, vintage furniture and decorative garden items, along with antique radiators and antique floor tiles from its sister companies.
Star lots include a Victorian Greek revival fire surround with a decorative frieze, high estimate ?2,500, two 19th century French decorative pine panelled rooms high estimates of ?6,000 and ?8,000 each and a fully renovated 1940s Showmans Wagon featured on George Clarke's Amazing Spaces, estimate ?15,000-?20,000.
There are ten lots of five seat rows of red velour cinema seats ranging from ?150-?450 each, an iron and steel bridge incorporating 19th century materials ?8,000 and two lots of heavy duty cast iron Victorian gates ?5,000 each. We have decided to go in a new direction and the auction is the perfect way to make room in the showroom for new stock for Vintage and Architectural.


The showrooms are open for business as usual for auction viewing and purchasing non auction stock items'. The online catalogue is available to view now at The Saleroom and Wellers Auctions websites. The appeal of using reclaimed wood in a bedroom seems to be in the unique feeling it can create of both warmth and charm. Kate Watson Smyth on her blog, Mad About the House describes her walls as being like polished plaster. Here you will also find some suggested books for design ideas using industrial salvage such as Reclaiming Style and Inspired Nests of Creatives.
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Census data indicates that that figure is double what Americans spend on electronics and appliances annually, and about 10 times what they spend in bars.
While the homeowners are out, the competing antique dealers tour their homes inspecting everything of value. The sign has now changed and we are trying to remember to answer the phone as 'Vintage & Architectural'. The atmosphere was positive throughout the day with some bidders staying until the end of the auction and we are thankful to Terry for keeping up his enthusiasm until the very end. Subsequently Edward Bulwer-Lytton, author and owner of Knebworth House, wrote his best-selling historical romance The Last Days of Pompeii at Craven Cottage and the exiled Napoleon III lived there before it burnt down in 1888. Baylis bought.  More of the oak panelling in the room, especially the elaborately-wrought specimens and the rich tracery work, have been obtained from Canterbury Cathedral, York Minster, St.
The buyer's preferred location of the wagon will dictate what kind of utilities are fitted into the wagon by the new owner. I would like to think that perhaps the seat may have been a gift from MacFarlane to Graham which is why it was so obviously marked, when normally seats of this early date are not marked at all. He will be having another auction in Henley on 15th November, to be held again by Wellers, after the very successful auction held there earlier this year. Look out for a large Georgian style cast iron fireback estimate ?200-?400 and a large haberdashery cabinet of oak and ply with 24 glass front drawers ?600-?800. Our aim is to rejuvenate the yard and showroom, and we encourage specialists and dealers in our industry as well as homeowners to come along to our auction'.
The design styles include raw or exposed wood elements, dramatic lighting and neutral colours. It also creates a unique connection between you and the story of that piece of wood right back to nature with the tree it cam from. The statement can come from adding a light that you wouldn't expect to find in the bedroom like a vintage hall lantern or a large oversized enamel light shade previously found in a factory.
SalvoWEB has a great selection of unique reclaimed wood, industrial items or statement lighting for sale.
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From jewellery, sideboards and childrena€™s toys, to jumbled attics, and furniture; nothing is out of bounds to the dealers. Another way to create this look is to group smaller or mixed sized lights together and hang them at different heights in one corner of the bedroom or over the end of the bed. The Salvo directory is the best place to find an architectural salvage dealer or reclaimed wood furniture maker near you.
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The owners then return to a series of surprise valuations and cash offers on some of their most prized possessions. They can either accept or reject the offers and the owners must then face the choice between sentimental attachment and the chance to make a fast buck. Baylis being a zealous antiquary, his good taste induced him to respect neglected things, when remarkable as works of art, and inspired him and his friend Mr. Fiona concludes "Because the wagon is on wheels and not a permanent structure it can be installed in a garden without the need for planning permission. He is an IT analyst, blogger, journalist, and a researcher for the truth behind strange stories. Freelance writer and editor for over 17 years, she loves to read and loves fringe science and conspiracy theory.Top Secret Writers Gabrielle is a journalist who finds strange stories the media misses, and enlightens readers about news they never knew existed. Whittington, from Houston, Texas, frequently writes on space, science, political commentary and political culture.




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