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Category Archives: Architectural Salvage Oxford

  • 4 June 2020

    We’re Back! … Our Opening Hours

    On Monday 15th June 2020: LASSCO re-opens. During the Lockdown we haven’t stopped trading; our skeleton team has enjoyed making fantastic deals throughout the last few weeks, selling remotely via our website. The astute have grabbed glorious bargains in a Lockdown Clearance section of the website (it continues for now but don’t miss it). We...

  • 13 May 2020

    The Tale of the Asylum Railings

    If there’s a recurring question from customers – agog at the glorious salvage crammed into the LASSCO shops and yards in Oxfordshire and London – it is “Where do you get all this stuff from?”. Another is “Who is going to buy that?”.  The answer to the first is: “Take a seat – this is...

  • 4 January 2019

    Foster & Gane join LASSCO at The Three Pigeons

    We are delighted to welcome Foster & Gane as they take up residence at The Three Pigeons alongside LASSCO. Foster & Gane, over many years, are renowned exhibitors at Battersea Decorative Antiques & Textiles Fair. Occupying permanent retail space for the first time, they have deftly adapted what was the pub/restaurant space of the old...

  • 29 March 2017

    Take Back Control

    LASSCO’s in house carpenter creates one-off items of furniture combining integrity of materials with admirable utility. We encourage our customers to ponder what they can do themselves with our wealth of salvaged materials. With so much remarkable and historical salvage dispersed across our three sites, we at LASSCO are often sorely tempted to take up and...

  • 7 April 2016

    For the Record

    Charles Wheeler is a sculptor who we are rather fond of – an article “Missing in Action: Charles Wheeler’s Post War Architectural Sculpture”, concerning his work was recently posted on “3rd Dimension”, the on-line Magazine and Newsletter for the Public Monuments and Sculpture Association (PMSA) and can be viewed in its original location here. We were delighted...

  • 13 October 2015

    The Vermiculated Rustications of Bedford Square

    We are delighted to be able to now offer for sale accurate castings of the landmark door surrounds of Bedford Square. They have been carefully cast by our resident Master Plaster Caster, Mr Peter Hone, from one of the Georgian originals in New Cavendish Street. (Available here ). In summarising the story behind the striking door surrounds of Bedford...