Once part of a church organ that had been shipped off to a new home in Poland. Could be used as a room divider or fixed direct to the wall. Perhaps a few coat hooks could be added to create a one off piece!
Stunning golden oak choir pew front. Could be used as a bar front or room divider. It came from a church in Liverpool and is roughly 1910-1920s. It has four carvings on the ends (one on each end inside and out) with each being slightly different. Two of the carvings depict a ships keel so it possibly has maritime affiliation. The other carvings show vine and oak leaves which is quite typical in churches and, the carvings along the front include long branches all the way along.
Yellow Pine Doors with Scumble Finish Stock Code P0007
Pew doors with the original 1920’s scumble glaze intact. Salvaged from a church in Caernarfon each door comes with the two oval hinges and a slide lock. We have 50+ of these doors available and would be ideal for a project. Please inquire for a bulk purchase deal