Architectural Antiques & Design
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Cast stone console with marble top, shutters of Sapelle mahogany and star made of roofing tin by the Amish..
garden to reflect your imagination..
1011 A St. Andrews Blvd.
Charleston, SC 29407
Arrived on May 30,
a new shipment of cast stone!
In Charleston, known for its rich architectural heritage and fascinating history, we are...,
Argentinian exterior doors with built in shutters.
Over-sized, glazed, terracotta brackets from a building facade.
Heart pine shutters, gilded chair covered in tufted silk, brass buffet lamp.
19th century pocket door, stripped down to original heart pine surface.
Restaurant china, Turkish olive jar, Pickwick glassware, Egyptian shutters.
Arts & Crafts leather topped table, gold-leaf 8 panel screen, green glazed foo dog, wedding cake chandelier, carriage lanterns, and copper mirror made from an armory window from the New York City Armory.
Down cushion, camelback sofa covered in a black-on- copper silk, handpainted silk pillows, antique leather box on stand, and Chinese ceramic incense burner.
Our assortment is constantly changing, and many pieces are only one or two of a kind.
are perfect to retrofit into new construction for privacy between two rooms, they not only add visual texture, but the textured glass allows light to travel through the house. Check out our stock of doors from the 19th and early 20th centuries.
in cast stone give any home the elegance and personality of a bygone era. Terracotta building fragments gathered from around the country can be incorporated into the yard as edgers, retaining walls, and fountainheads.
In West Ashley, just 8 minutes from downtown Charleston, there is an unassuming facade at the back of a deep parking lot, where you can let your imagination run wild. Architectural Antiques & Design is a 4000 sq. ft. warehouse of possibilities, with two thirds of an acre of building salvage, antique iron, and wonderful pieces for the garden. The collection, amassed over 25 years, includes doors, windows, and mantles from Charleston, as well as 19th century iron and building parts from around the country and around the world.