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Inspired by the amazing orangeries of grand Georgian interiors, we’ve put together a collection that hits the spot when it comes to bringing the outside in.
Orangery not required!

1950's Czech Railway Mirror No.11

Original 1950’s Czech railway convex mirror. This vintage mirror has a beautifully aged glass plate, with natural foxing shown in the imagery. The mirror features a metal frame across the back so it can be fixed to a wall with ease. Each of these mirrors have their own character and uniqueness, making them a perfect statement piece in the home or in a commercial interior.

Large Bronze Clyde Globe Lantern

Our Clyde design is a clear glass hanging globe lantern based on an antique piece and features striking concave glass along the meridian and bronze finish metalwork

A hinged glass door allows easy access to change bulbs.

The Clyde is also available in small and in a brass finish.

Maria Angel Torso

This decorative female angel torso was cast from a set of antique wings, with the body modelled on an ancient Roman marble statue. Cast from polyresin, this beautiful statue is finished in an aged marble effect.



1930s Gents Of Leicester XXL Station Clock

This giant 1930s train station clock was made by Gents Of Leicester. This world-renowned company began in 1872, and for over a century was famous for producing electrical goods and specialising in electric clocks used in public buildings and stations all over the world. The giant twin facing steel-cased clock has been fully restored, by none other than Bo Hare of Who Hares Wins, and was featured on the TV program, Salvage Hunters, The Restorers.

The clock face features both the original Roman numerals of the 1930s and also 24-hour numbering that was later added during the late 1960s when the 24hour time format was introduced to the station announcements. The original dial was discovered during the restoration by Bo Hare, who decided to show both the original face and the newer dial, making this a truly unique piece.    The clock was originally hung on platform 12 at Bristol Temple Meads Train Station and is a unique and wonderful piece of Bristonian history.