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William IV mahogany reclining reading chair,
upholstered in maroon leather, lacking articulated reading stand.
Dimensions: 116cm (45¾") High, 63cm (24¾") Wide
Stock Code: nf0053
George III mahogany low press,
of serpentine form, the panelled doors enclosing interior fitted with slides and drawer, with carrying handles to each side, on bracket feet, circa 1760.
Dimensions: 109.5cm (43") High, 116cm (45¾") Wide
Stock Code: 77988
Mid-nineteeth century French ebonised and inlaid display cabinet,
of breakfront form, the (later) mirrored top above frieze with cast bronze Grecian bas-relief panels, the body with mirrored back and all-round glazing intersected by Corinthian columns, on plinth raised on turned feet, with interior shelves.
Dimensions: 103.5cm (40¾") High, 128cm (50½") Wide
Stock Code: 77491
Nineteenth century Dutch Colonial satinwood and ebony cabinet,
with pierced fret-cut apron
Dimensions: 189.5cm (74½") High, 120cm (47¼") Wide
Stock Code: 77987
Victorian mahogany cylinder desk,
the brass galleried top above tambour roll-top enclosing pigeon holes, the interior with three gilt-tooled leather writing surfaces, one adjustable, on four drawer pedestals.
Dimensions: 107cm (42¼") High, 119.5cm (47") Wide
Stock Code: NF0075
Reclaimed Panga Panga parquet block work surface,
A bespoke Panga Panga parquet block work surface, made to measure on site in our Bermondsey workshop. We encourage customers to get in touch with our flooring office for further information. The blocks are reclaimed from the Stockwell Printworks on Clapham road during recent refurbishment. Panga Panga is a species of very dense, dark hardwood which was used in hard wearing situations such as plants, workshops, public buildings and manufactories during the 19th and early 20th centuries. The timber is almost impervious to damage, resisting all manner of insects, fungi and rot. Although still commercially cultivated its further felling is controversial and reuse of this tropical hardwood relieves pressure on ancient forests.
Dimensions: 123cm (48½") Wide
Stock Code: MBL_PP1
A Victorian Gothic Revival bookcase,
pollard oak, oak and parcel ebonised, c.1885
Dimensions: 235cm (92½") High, 147.5cm (58") Wide
Stock Code: 74276
Mid-nineteenth century French mahogany cabinet
with glazed doors enclosing shelved interior, the base on bun feet.
Dimensions: 225cm (88½") High, 163cm (64¼") Wide
Stock Code: 77681
A pair of semi circular display cabinets,
A pair of semi circular display cabinets with glass sliding compartments and brass trim.
Dimensions: 106cm (41¾") High, 136cm (53½") Wide
Stock Code: 32208
An old Welsh painted pine box settle,
the panelled back pierced with a balustrade of turned spindles, the box seat with a removable panel accessing the planked interior, the front and back also panelled, raised on sledge feet,
Dimensions: 108cm (42½") High, 118cm (46½") Wide
Stock Code: 45171
Nineteenth century French fruitwood farmhouse dining table
the cleated five plank top on base with single frieze drawer with substantial iron handle, on fine tapered legs, with historic repairs, circa 1860-1880
Dimensions: 77cm (30¼") High, 77.5cm (30½") Wide
Stock Code: 77744
Mid-twentieth century French aluminium baker’s rack,
of typical form, with three tiers of shelving, on castors.
Dimensions: 207cm (81½") High, 199.5cm (78½") Wide
Stock Code: 76736
glazed bookcase
the ogee cornice above the glazed top section, with panelled doors below,
Dimensions: 234cm (92¼") High, 121cm (47¾") Wide
Stock Code: 44684
Library cabinet
the upper shelf unit with two bays of adjustable shelves to each side, above a cabinet with two pairs of panelled doors, raised on six turned legs,
Dimensions: 212.5cm (83¾") High, 244cm (96") Wide
Stock Code: 44322
Disco era room divider,
textured acrylic panels in a geometric arrangement within hardwood framed, 1970's. Can be used portrait or landscape.
Dimensions: 262cm (103¼") High, 183cm (72") Wide
Stock Code: 76431
Regency mahogany scroll end sofa,
with reeded frame throughout, the sabre legs with brass lion's paw castors.
Dimensions: 87.5cm (34½") High, 204cm (80¼") Wide
Stock Code: 77277

About Lassco

Established in London's East End, LASSCO has dealt in reclamation and salvage since 1979. Bridging the gap between the demolition trade and architectural design, we connect customers with rescued relics that make for fascinating interiors. Our shops and yards also provide the back drop for unique venue hire and dining experiences.

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