Powerful history; and you can have a part of it. Discover the architectural features, landmarks, and unique artifacts available to you from MASCo Walcot, salvaged and reclaimed from London’s remarkable architectural history.
Each piece tells a story. About the item itself, about the use of materials at the time, skilled craftsmanship, style and motif popular in a given period, and of course a wider evidence to the country’s historic culture and traditions.
A sturgeon lamp standard from London’s famous Embankment, exquisite marble from the Lloyds of London Building, an imposing fine carved portico from the City of London. The De Beers Charterhouse Entrance, and De Beers carved stone entrance freize, a reading table from the British Museum with impressive bronze uplighter, a pair of Plantation House lanterns, or gilt balustrading from the Dorchester Hotel.
Whatever your taste or style you can’t help but be fascinated and entranced by these architectural show stoppers.
Marble from Lloyds of London Building
Reclamation on a grand scale
Large quantity of marble available. Removed from the Lloyds of London building prior to demolition and the innovative Richard Rogers development.
The rare white grained Arni marble was the principal material used throughout the interior. The richly coloured Issorie green marble was used mainly for the columns supporting the Underwriting Room.
Stock Code: ZMD001
Price: £95.00 +VAT (Per M2)
Available to view at our Cotswold garden yard and showrooms.
British Museum Library Table
Steeped in history. Impressive 1930′s table from the British Museum’s Library.
Opulance and grandoise. Grand feature balustrading from the Dorchester Hotel.
De Beers Carved Stone Freize
Set of 15 carved plaques depicting the companys history.
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