From fine Mahogany display cabinets salvaged from the Natural History Museum to the macabre Canterbury dentist chair, and so much more ……………
Revolutionary in it’s time the CircOlectric Stryker Bed !!
One of the first dentist chairs to be made in Canterbury – more comfy than it looks !
Polished steel ships search light
Mahogany double sided display cabinets from the Natural History Museum - great for collectors of the rare and beatiful but with easy adaption use as storage and display within contemporary store settings - womens and mens clothing – homeware ……………
Fabulous large double ceramic sink on legs – width 138cm x height 80cm
A retro pine kitchen cabinet with space saving enamel work surface overall height 60″ x width 34″
Find lots more on the masco website www.mascosalvage.com or call in and be amazed open mon – fri 8.30am – 5pm and saturdays 10am – 5pm
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Great to see our encaustic and geometric tiles in the May issue of Homes & Antiques magazine – with business on the increase we’ve launched a new dedicated website www.thevintagefloortilecompany.co.uk take a look or call in at our Cotswold showroom – large stocks and friendly advice.
Posted in Archiotectural salvage, Architectural Features, Bathrooms & Radiators, Floors, Doors & Hardware, Interior Features, MASCo brand, MASCo media, Original Fireplaces, Reclamation & Salvage
Tagged architectural salvage, Encaustic tiles, Geometric floors
Come and find us on stand 189L for the best in Architectural Salvage – amazing radiators, wood flooring, York flagstone, geometric tiles, stunning French panelling and so much more !
Masco is now stocking a great selection of interesting original, French and English bathroomware. Over the next few months Masco will be transforming the bathroom section of the showroom with new stock arriving daily.
Rogeat & Lyon Bateau Bath fully restored and ready to install. These baths were originally made in France in the mid 19th Century.
Large Ceramic Bath removed from a property in Stourbridge
French double ended Roman baths ready to be refurbed.
At Masco not only discover lovely baths but you’ll also find a vast array of sinks, stamped with makers names such as Royal Doulton, Twyford, together with reclaimed French mixer taps and some reclaimed Barber Wilson.
If you are looking to buy or sell original pieces do give us a call or visit our large Cotswold Showroom. Look at our website for bathroom stock.
Many of us will be trying to finish our renovations before christmas and move into our houses ready for the festive season. If you’re looking to be warm and cosy this winter you may be looking for an original cast iron radiator or an old fireplace to enhance and finish your house. One beautiful radiator that anyone would be proud to have in their house is a Beeston decorated radiator.
The Beeston radiator was made by The Beeston Boiler company Ltd, formally known as Foster & Pearson. Foster & Pearson began in 1841 and were the makers and suppliers of horticultural buildings. They had a list of famous clientele amongst whom was Queen Victoria. Over time, as the company evolved, they began producing boilers initially for use in their own buildings. The Beeston Boiler Company Ltd. was established in 1893 and the company soon started supplying a range of radiators cast at their foundry in Nottingham for the domestic market.
‘The Beeston Decorated’ radiator is shown in a 1921 catalogue, but we are unsure as to when this beautiful ornate radiator made its first appearance. Bet it caused a stir when it did! This ornate cast iron radiator carries the inscription ‘The Beeston’ followed by what appears to be a Patent number or Rd number ’280475′. ‘The Beeston’ radiator was withdrawn from manufacture in the late 1920′s.
We currently have in stock a number of ornate Beeston radiators which have been sourced from a large house in Kensington. They are truly beautiful radiators and are available in various sizes. We have both the three column and two column styles available. The Beeston can be supplied in either the polished or a painted finish. If you would like view one or need any further help or information please call 01285 760886 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Drama and a sweet-toothed dilemna at the MASCo yard!
A customer, very happy with the service and advice she’d received from MASCo (quoting her, of course), delighted the team with a box of four delicious-looking cakes.
But we are more than four…it’s no exaggeration to suggest a Mexican stand off was brewing under the late morning sun at MASCo’s Cotswold reclamation yard. Fortunately, one of our directors, Debbie Kedge (pictured), stepped in with an authoritative air, took posession and removed the delicacies from the baying mob.
There was just time to take this photograph of Debbie with the cakes next to one of our many beautiful roll top baths in the new bathroom showroom, before she disappeared into the oak flooring section. We haven’t seen her since…although we did find an empty cake box…!
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Tagged architectural salvage, bathroom, Cotswold, customer, Debbie Kedge, MASCo, oak flooring, reclamation, roll top bath, service, showroom, team