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    Bank Holiday Monday

    28th
    August 2015

    The three LASSCO shops: LASSCO Brunswick House in Vauxhall, LASSCO Ropewalk in Bermondsey and LASSCO Three Pigeons in Oxfordshire are Closed on Bank Holiday Monday 31st August 2015. There is no service at The Brunswick House Restaurant either. The Three Pigeons pub & restaurant will be open 12 -5pm, serving lunch, beers and wines, coffee […]

  • Read More Archway Central Methodist Hall Facade

    Picture House of the Lord

    28th
    August 2015

    The Archway Central Hall was the last of the great Methodist Central Halls to be built in London, when it replaced a more modest chapel of 1873. The building was designed by George E and K G Withers in a limited competition and built in 1933-4 by C P Roberts and Company Limited (builders of Islington Central Library). […]

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    St Olave’s Grammar School Reclaimed

    25th
    August 2015

    St Olave’s Grammar school has occupied a number of significant sites in its four hundred odd year history on the south bank of the London River. Most notable among these is the still extant 1895 building adjacent to Tower Bridge, designed in the Queen Anne Revival style by E.W. Mountford (Old Bailey, Sheffield and Northampton Town Halls). […]

  • Read More LASSCO Jewellery and Militaria

    Jewellery – War In Pieces

    28th
    July 2015

    LASSCO has managed to save from the scrap-yard furnace a dazzling trove of brass medals, buttons, badges, diverse militaria and heraldic emblems of all kinds, which we have hand-crafted into a striking range of jewellery and accessories.   Originally modelled in London and Birmingham by J.R. Gaunt & Son, “metalworkers to the King, established 200 […]

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    “Architectural Salvage” by Will Self

    27th
    July 2015

    Will Self has just published a short story entitled “Architectural Salvage” in the “Weekend Magazine” – Saturday Guardian. The setting seems familiar!:     “…at least the venue was appropriate: Lettice had hired out the long, dusty salon that formed the first-storey salesroom of an upmarket architectural salvage business. It was here young and upwardly-mobile […]

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    Brunswick House Wedding Venue

    13th
    July 2015
    Posted in: News

    Getting hitched?  Looking for an alternative wedding reception venue?  Look no further!  Brunswick House is featured in this blog with great pics:   http://mattbadenoch.com/london-wedding-venue-brunswick-house/  

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    Westminster Bridge For Sale

    18th
    June 2015

    LASSCO is delighted to offer for sale the original Victorian Westminster Bridge that was removed during this restoration – the first time that an historic London river crossing has been offered on the open market since John Rennie’s Portland stone London Bridge of 1831 was sold by The Corporation of London to Robert P. McCulloch […]

  • Read More Commemorating our Duke

    Commemorating Our Duke

    16th
    June 2015

    Essentially our business is dealing in ‘history’. It’s debatable whether it’s usually history with a Big ‘H’ or history with a small ‘h’. Today, 16th June 2015,  LASSCO at Brunswick House is touched by Big History. It marks the 200th anniversary of the death at the Battle of Quatre Bras of Frederick William, Duke of […]

  • Read More Blue enamel pendant lights at LASSCO Brunswick House

    LASSCO in the Press,

    8th
    June 2015

    Here’s a selection of where you can see LASSCO in the press this week:  A new interiors story ‘Mineral Hues’ out in the July issue of Homes and Gardens shot by Sarah Maingot & styled by Twig Hutchinson who puts our blue enamel pendant lights to great use.  A  wedding dress fashion shoot in Asiana magazine’s Summer issue which […]

  • Read More LASSCO Brunswick hosts The London Festival of Architecture

    The London Festival of Architecture comes to Brunswick House 16th June 2015

    8th
    June 2015
    Posted in: News

    Nine Elms on The South Bank will be hosting a panel discussion at Brunswick House on Tuesday 16th June 2015. 6pm – 8pm. Panelists include Adrian Amos (LASSCO) alongside Councillor Ravi Govindia  (Wandsworth Council), Sandra Roebuck ( Lambeth Council), Pam Alexander (Covent Garden Marketing Authority), John Bushell (Kohn Pederson Fox Associates), David Twohig (Battersea Power […]