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  • 1 August 2014

    New at LASSCO Ropewalk

      More of the retro Swedish ‘pig lamps’  and half a dozen stonking enamel factory lights from the Czech Republic. The largest couple are 75cm high!     All re-wired and tested.  More info in the links below.      

  • 27 June 2014

    ‘Under the Overground’, Ham Station

    It’s all going on under the overground!  Where Keira Knightley is a fan of the ham! Bar Tozino featured in the recent Arch Rivals article in London’s Evening Standard magazine. Chuse Valero and Zac Fingal at the counter. Open Wednesdays – Sundays.      

  • 24 June 2014

    Nature Morte,

        These images are from the Summer 2014 issue of Schön! Magazine,  a London based fashion, arts and culture quarterly, published in 13 countries.  The shoot is a fashion accessories still life story, inspired by the paintings of the 17th Century Baroque artist Daniel Seghers & shows a different use of LASSCO stock.  ...

  • 28 March 2014

    Own the runway!

      Making an entrance this week  –  this steel rod and wooden ball ”runway” installation.  Created by Kite and Laslett for Emilio de la Morena’s Autumn / Winter Collection (AW2014) for London Fashion Week.  It  can be seen as originally installed at LASSCO Three Pigeons.  More details here: For something more traditional  LASSCO Ropewalk has a large...

  • 17 March 2014

    London’s Evening Standard magazine profiles Adrian Amos,

        Adrian Amos, owns architectural salvage company LASSCO. The company’s headquarters, an 18th-century villa overlooking Vauxhall roundabout, was once the seat of the Duke of Brunswick but today it houses everything from salvaged crystal chandeliers and radiators to Victorian hooks and handles. It’s also next door to chef Jackson Boxer’s first venture, the Brunswick...

  • 7 March 2014

    Taxidermy at LASSCO

    If you listened to You & Yours on Radio 4 yesterday ( your interest in taxidermy may have been stimulated.   Here’s a selection of some of the taxidermy for sale this w/e at LASSCO shops.     

  • 3 March 2014

    Homes & Antiques profiles Georgia Dorey,

    From April’s H & A magazine, featuring LASSCO Ropewalk and Georgia Dorey who’s set up our new textile department. Words: Alice Hancock Photograph: Lydia Evans  

  • 18 February 2014

    FT puts Bar Tozino as one of the 5 best Spanish hang-outs in London

    Congratulations to Noelia and her team. LASSCO Ropewalk fitted out the interior which includes Iroko work tops, reclaimed pine cladding and oak panelling. To get this look please talk to Nick, George or Alec at the Bermondsey shop.  

  • 7 February 2014

    Textiles at Ropewalk

    Oilcloth, dogbeds, costume, quilts, haberdashery, rope, damask, moquette, flags & bunting, hessian, lace, linen, hides, prints, rugs, cushions – remnants & reclaimed – all now sold at LASSCO Ropewalk.   Aprons (as worn in image below), smocks, cushions and dogbeds made on site by Georgia Dorey (pictured). Most popular items currently are the sailor smocks ( made...

  • 28 January 2014

    Out of Africa – in Bermondsey,

    Emily Griffin’s African print cushions are featured in this week’s Hello! magazine.  They are currently half price  in the  LASSCO Ropewalk sale!    Grab a bargain before a Hello! reader does.   But only until 5pm on Sunday! Visit LASSCO Ropewalk and see other cushions made by Emily Griffin for LASSCO.    

  • 6 January 2014

    ‘The Grand Tour’

    From the 17th to the 19th century trips around the European circuit influenced the homes of the wealthy. Lisa Brown’s article in  February’s Period Living: ‘The Great Escape, Classical Decorating Schemes Inspired by The Grand Tour’, shows you how to get this look with a subtle palette, toile fabrics and classical style pieces. The article includes work...

  • 22 November 2013

    Hardy Amies profiles Harry Amos

    From the Hardy Amies series, ‘Neighbourhood Portraits’. Featuring LASSCO Ropewalk, Maltby Street Market and the musings of our tally clark Harry. See more on