Legacy Architectural Salvage: Online Store
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Something strike your fancy? All merchandise available with curbside pick-up! And be sure to check back often—new merchandise is added every week!
To purchase any item listed in our online inventory or for more details, call Deb Helms, Manager of Legacy Architectural Salvage: 910.338.6443. Curbside pick-up is available during Legacy Architectural Salvage’s operating hours: Wednesday, Friday and Saturday from 9:00am-2:00pm, and Thursday from 9:00am-5:00pm.
- Please call during Legacy’s normal business hours:
– Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 9:00am-2:00pm
– Thursdays from 9:00am-5:00pm.
- Leaving a message is not sufficient to complete a purchase.
If you call during the specified times and get voicemail, please leave your phone number and we will return your call as quickly as possible. Purchases can only be completed through talking with Deb, LAS Manager.
- All purchases must be made via credit card.
Please have your credit card ready when you call. At the time of your purchase, you’ll be asked to provide your name, email address, phone number and date of pick-up.
- All online sales are credit-n-carry.
Once you have paid for your item via credit card, it is your responsibility to pick up said item at Legacy Architectural Salvage within two weeks of purchase.
- Pick-ups can be arranged for any time during Legacy’s normal business hours, in the parking lot of Legacy Architectural Salvage (1831-B Dawson Street).
If you are buying large or heavy items, bring someone to help you assist with loading.
- All sales are final.
FEATURED ITEM: Piano Stool with High Back Seat
Items #0463: $65 | 13 1/2″ wide x 35 1/2″ tall x 15 1/2″ deep
Though this stool’s recent refinishing makes this piece look new to the untrained eye, flip it on over and you can see it’s nigh old as time! Made in Boston by Chickering Pianos, the real star of the show is the brass ball-and-claw terminals, with original glass feet! This antique is worth it for these four terminals alone—they sell for a pretty penny online. Keep as-is for a modern take on a classic look, or restore the wood and brass to bring back the full historic glory!
Army Trunk on Stand: $60
Measurements: 32″ wide x 19 1/2″ tall x 16″ deep
Rust Colored Mantle: $125
Measurements: 53″ wide x 9″ deep x 53″ tall
Flame Stitch Couch: $150
Ready to play with fire? Put a spin on this centuries-old but always energetic pattern. Also known as bargello or Florentine stitch, traditional flame stitch needlework combines long, vertical stitches and bold colors into zigzagging peaks and valleys.
Measurements: 77″ wide x 35″ tall x 23″ deep
Gate Leg Table: $95
Measurements: 61″ wide 29 1/2 ” Tall 40″ deep
Mixed Media Artwork by Artist in Residence Deb Helms: $65
Measurements: 14″ wide x 17 1/4″ tall x 1/2″ deep
Mid Century Sewing Table: $40
Measurements: 41 1/2″ wide 27″ tall 20″ deep
Andy Gard Truck and Horse Trailer: $15
Measurements: 17 1/2″ deep x 6 1/2″ wide x 8 3/4″ tall
Vintage Go-Kart: $35
Measurements: 36″ deep x 10″ wide x 13 1/2″ tall
Grandfather Clock c. 1790: $1,200
Measurements: 17″ wide x 9″ deep x 84″ tall
Valet Stand: $20
Measurements: 18″ wide 42 1/2″ tall 14″ deep
White Chippy Door: $75
This four-panel door from the 1920s-1930s features the most stunning cream and white chippy paint: weathered yet elegant, rugged yet refined. Though made of old wood, it’s surprisingly lightweight—perfect for so many upcycling projects! Attach a mirror and use it for a full-length view in your bedroom or foyer. Add hooks for a charming coat rack. Or install a salvaged shelf—a perfect backdrop to display art and collectibles! (Check out items #0274 & #0275 for inspiration!)
Measurements: 79 1/2″ tall x 31 1/4″ wide x 1 1/4″ deep
Vintage Steel Office Door: $75
Painted the most whimsical shade of chartreuse, this eye-popping office door with two glass panes and mail slot is fun and funky! The original brass door plate and handle are truly unusual—boldly industrial, with curves that lend an art deco vibe. Snatch up this quirky find—it’s one-of-a-kind!
Measurements: 83″ tall x 35 1/2″ wide x 2″ deep
Piano Stool with High Back Seat: $65
Though this stool’s recent refinishing makes this piece look new to the untrained eye, flip it on over and you can see it’s nigh old as time!
Made in Boston by Chickering Pianos, the real star of the show is the brass ball-and-claw terminals, with original glass feet! This antique is worth it for these four terminals alone—they sell for a pretty penny online. Keep as-is for a modern take on a classic look, or restore the wood and brass to bring back the full historic glory!
Measurements: 13 1/2″ wide x 35 1/2″ tall x 15 1/2″ deep
Framed Botanical Print: $35
Featuring delicate Mandarin calligraphy, this mid-century print depicts a richly detailed still life: red berries, plump orange fruit, and lush white blooms. Matted inside a custom, black lacquered frame, this gorgeous piece of art would add interest to any wall!
Measurements: 19″ wide x 33 1/2″ tall
Pastoral Print in Gilded Frame: $50
Finely matted and framed, this large print presents a grand scene: cumulus clouds rolling in, a towering tree with exposed roots, and two riders on horseback below, headed towards a rickety bridge. One gentleman has slung a bold orange cape over his back—the warm color pops beautifully, enticing the eye. But be sure to look beyond, notice the hunter crouched, the fisherman along the bank, the tall tower and windmill in the distance. This lovely piece of art certainly tells a tale—one that each viewer may interpret differently!
Measurements: 45″ wide x 36″ tall
New Home Super Deluxe Sewing Machine: $35
With chrome detailing, fun red buttons, and the perfect light blue finish, this vintage sewing machine comes with all the bells and whistles—including the table and original foot pedal! The mid-century modern wood table neatly tucks away the New Home sewing machine, and its arm folds down for easy dècor use. (Be sure to get a load of that decorative metal handle!)
Measurements: 21″ wide x 30″ tall x 17 1/2″ deep
Antique Transom Window: $25
From the late 1800s to early 1900s, the old glass in this transom window has a bit of a wave to it—always entrancing! Painted white on one side, and a light robin’s egg on the other.
Measurements: 13 1/2″ wide x 36″ tall
Collage on Antique Auditorium Seat: $45
What does one do with merely the back of an antique auditorium seat? Use it as the base of a collage, of course! That’s precisely what Legacy’s Manager (and Artist in Residence!) Deb Helms did with this architectural salvage from the Tileston School on Ann Street! Deb is known for her masterful composition of pre-1920s ephemera, and this piece is no exception! From vintage advertisements to a WWI pay record, from antique button snaps to old sheet music, you really must take a close look to unpack it all and see how each of these fragments of history speak to each other.
Measurements: 18 1/2″ wide x 19″ tall
Eastlake Mantle Clocks: $50 each
From the late 1800s, the wooden frames of these two mantle clocks feature geometric ornaments, spindles, low relief carvings, and incised lines—all the makings of Eastlake design!
[LEFT] ITEM #0457
This antique clock’s glass door is decorated with well-maintained gold gilt, a silhouette of four birds resting on branches. The ornate pendulum is still attached!
Measurements: 12″ wide x 20″ tall x 4″ deep
[RIGHT] ITEM #0456
Within an arched, reeded wood frame, this mantle clock’s glass door features a faint silver gilt, two curtains drawn aside. (The image seems to almost fade away at the edges—mysterious and ghostly!) Note: Comes with pendulum, presently unattached.
Measurements: 13″ wide x 21″ tall x 5″ deep
Antique Attic Vent: $50
Salvaged from a South 6th Street home built in the 1890s, this wooden vent once peeked out from a diamond-shaped frame in the house’s attic. The blue color matches the home’s siding, and the streaks of rusted red paint at the edges can be traced to the trim’s accent color. From the paint drips to the old nail holes in the wooden slats, this antique vent has so much character and makes for an interesting piece of found art.
Measurements: 25″ wide x 4 1/2″ deep x 34 1/4″ tall
Antique Brass Panic Bars: $50 each
Salvaged from a 1920s school in Memphis, TN, these panic bars can be repurposed as towel racks, or a rod to hang clothes—or plants! Each bar comes with its original hardware. We have four in stock!
Measurements: 26 1/4″ wide x 6″ deep x 8″ tall
Antique 2 Drawer Chest: $30
The burled wood of this compact two-drawer chest just gleams, showing off a rich and refined wood grain! From the late 1800s to early 1900s, with dove-tailed joints, this simple-yet-stately storage solution would fit nicely atop a bureau, dresser, vanity, or desk! Note: Missing the wood piece between two drawers.
Measurements: 26″ wide x 16″ deep x 16″ tall
1960s GE Waffle Maker: $25
Nothing says “Sunday” quite like a fresh waffle from the griddle—and with this 1960s General Electric waffle maker, you need never again hit up a diner to get your decadent, 24/7 breakfast fix!
Framed Antique Ceiling Tins: $75 each
Artist in Residence Don Helms framed these antique ceiling tins with reclaimed beadboard, divinely distressed. A perfect accent piece in any salvage lover’s home! We have three in stock, in shades of blue, peach, and taupe.
Measurements: 19″ wide x 19″ tall x 1″ deep
Antique Buffet with Mirror: $150
Project piece alert! This antique buffet is rife with potential. With the original mirror (shapely and perfectly pockmarked with age!), cabriole legs on casters, and all original drawer knobs and pulls, this finely crafted buffet will be absolutely stunning after a little TLC! Note damage to the wood veneer.
Measurements: 53 1/2″ wide x 23″ deep x 39″ tall
Glass Top Dining Table: $85
Handcrafted locally out of reclaimed materials, this wood-frame table comes with a thick glass top, in fantastic condition! A delightful piece that keeps a room bright and airy, with light falling through and reflecting from its top.
Measurements: 30″ deep x 54″ wide x 29″ tall
Wooden Bottle Box: $60
This antique crate was once used to haul glass bottles—you can tell by the ring marks left on its bottom! Now, this would make for a rustic linen and toiletry holder—or, play up its past life as a repository for bottles, and incorporate it as part of your home bar. (Or, as we call it these days, The Bar.)
Measurements: 35″ wide x 20″ deep x 12″ tall
Top of Antique Writing Desk: $75
This top piece of an antique wooden writing desk is adaptable for so many uses, with its handy top latch and ample storage space. The old red paint has aged beautifully, rich with cracks, scrapes, marks, and so many other signs of wear—the lasting touch of all who opened and closed the desk’s top flap, trusting its lock to safely store their inscribed words and ideas within.
Measurements: 38″ wide x 20″ deep x 15 1/2″ tall
Salvaged Accent Tin Pieces: $3 each
These tin pieces are intriguing little architectural elements, each with various degrees of patina and rust. While we’re not sure what they were originally used for, we have so many ideas for how they might be upcycled and we’re sure you do too! We have six in stock.
Measurements: 10″ x 1 1/2″
Antique Wood Desk with Spool Turned Front: $75
Handcrafted in the early 20th century, this wood desk stands out with its spool-turned front accents and warm, dark stain!
Measurements: 44″ wide x 30″ tall x 17″ deep
Antique Wooden Mantle: $450
Salvaged from a brownstone in New York City, this small-framed mantle was made for apartment living and a smaller footprint. Likely from the late 1800s to early 1900s, the rich hardwood is carved with flutes and florals! For small bungalows, this charming mantle is the perfect fit!
Measurements: 48″ wide x 46 3/4″ tall x 10 1/4″ deep
Painted Vintage Vanity Mirror: $20
Painted a light blue, this wooden vanity mirror from the 1940s features soft curves and a stunning old mirror, with marks of age that add to its depth and character. Note: There is a chip on the right side, pictured.
Measurements: 35″ tall x 23″ wide x 1″ deep
Porcelain Door Knob Set: $18 each
Made in the 1920s-1930s, this vintage door knob set includes the metal spindle rod with set screws, with stunningly aged porcelain featuring original, natural brown spots. Ready for your vintage door or craft project!
Measurements: 5″ depth x 2″ diameter of knob
Antique Walnut Sleigh Bed: $350 each
Made of walnut, this antique bed from the 19th century simply gleams! Comes with rails and most slats. On both the headboard and footboard, there is a small, vertical crack—we think it adds charm!
Measurements: 41″ tall x 58 1/2″ wide x 80″ deep
Vintage Silver Pitcher: $350 each
With an elegant handle and elaborate relief base, this classic silver pitcher is beautifully aged. Just imagine this vintage piece of décor filled to the brim with dried hydrangeas!
Measurements: 41″ tall x 58 1/2″ wide x 80″ deep
Reclaimed Wall Hooks: $55 each
Not only does Deb Helms hold down the fort as the manager of Legacy Architectural Salvage, she also finds time to create beauty from architectural salvage! These gorgeously textured wall hooks were made using reclaimed, antique plinth blocks (salvaged from the Warsaw Hotel, built in 1900!). Deb worked with her husband (and Legacy volunteer!) Don, to turn these pieces of incredibly weathered wood into handy wall hooks by adding antique door knobs and plates, as well as ornate drawer pulls! Perfect for keys, leashes, masks and more, we have four of these one-of-a-kind creations in stock, in darling shades of blue, seafoam, and peach.
Measurements: approximately 12″ tall x 5″ wide x 1 1/2″ deep
Dutch Door Salvage: $50
This half of a Dutch door would now make a uniquely fantastic indoor dog gate! Weathered to perfection and back again, this door features its original metal knob, the iron peaking beneath worn layers of cream and blue. A light yellow on one side, and a deep, rich green on the other.
Measurements: 35 1/2″ wide x 37″ tall x 1″ deep
Porcelain Figurine Shelf Clock: $10
Made in the 1940s-1950s, this porcelain clock features a gentleman from centuries prior! With chestnut hair in long, styled curls and a delicate blush on his fair cheeks, this fanciful fellow is decked out in a pink and floral frock, with roses at his feet. This sweet little clock would look precious on a vanity or bookshelf—and makes an interesting statement on fashion and gender!
Note: The clock is not presently in working condition, and the figurine’s arm is broken.
Measurements: 7 1/2″ tall x 5 1/2″ wide x 3″ deep
Bullseye Rosette Blocks: $8 each
Salvaged from a downtown Wilmington home, these wooden bullseye rosette blocks come in beautifully weathered shades of rust red, cream and brown. Having once graced the corners of lovely windows, these now would serve as sweet bookends or accent pieces for display shelving. Note: Some have cracks.
Measurements: 6″ wide x 5 1/2″ tall x 1 1/2″ deep
Salvaged Iron Fireplace Cover : $35
From the late 1800s, this ornate cast iron piece was used as part of a fireplace’s summer cover, a decorative element used to hide the empty firebox during warm months. Sometime in the last 100+ years, the right side’s pilaster broke off. We can’t wait to see how its next owner transforms this architectural antique!
Measurements: 15″ tall x 24″ wide x 1 3/8″ deep
ITEMS #0431 & #0432
Barrister Cabinet Doors: $25 each
Made of glass framed in old-growth oak, these salvaged pieces of an early 1900s barrister bookcase are just waiting for a Legacy customer with the right vision to upcycle them into something truly magical!
2-Pane Barrister Cabinet Door (pictured left)
Measurements: 39 1/4″ wide x 12″ tall x 7/8″ deep
1-Pane Barrister Cabinet Door (pictured right)
Measurements: 43 1/2″ wide x 12″ tall x 7/8″ deep
Vintage Locker Hat Rack: $20
This locker hat rack is made of well-maintained wood, each with 7 original brass hooks and one center bar. Use it to upfit your old armoire, add some extra storage to your closet or place it out in the open as a quirky (and useful!) wall hanging!
Measurements: 17″ wide by 19 1/2″ deep by 2″ tall
1930s Bronze Chandelier: $25
Featuring an aged bronze patina and elegantly curved arms, this vintage light fixture casts a lovely glow with its three lights and petite metal frame!
We recommend that this electrical fixture be rewired.
Measurements: 12″ tall x 12″ wide
Antique Sewing Machine Base: $35
Made of cast iron, this sewing machine salvage would make for a gorgeous trestle base for an occasional table or potting station! (Lucky for you, we also have plenty of beautiful reclaimed wood in our warehouse, ready to be turned into table tops!)
Measurements: 20″ wide x 27″ tall x 12 1/2″ deep
Vintage Copper Ash Scuttle Bucket: $10
This double-handled ash scuttle bucket has a beautifully aged patina, with an adjustable top handle, as well as a blue and white porcelain delft handle. Once use to scoop away spent coal, use it today to hold a pens and pencils, a potted plant, folded napkins, craft supplies—the possibilities are endless!
Measurements: 8 1/2″ tall x 8″ wide
White Rocking Chair: $40
From the 1930s, this rocking chair is sweet and welcoming, with lovely carvings along its top and turned wood spindles !
Measurements: 18 1/2″ wide x 40″ tall x 16 1/2″ deep
Classical Plaster Ceiling Medallion: $50
This lovely, round ceiling medallion is classically beautiful, with a dentil molding and grape motif, with curlicue vines, detailed leaves and little grape clusters!
Measurements: 21 1/2″ diameter x 2 1/2″ deep
Vintage Printer’s Tray: $20
Painted a light seafoam, this wooden printer’s tray could be upcycled in a myriad of ways—use it as a serving platter, insert two mirrors or add hooks (and hanging hardware on the back!) to turn it into a sweet jewelry organizer!
Measurements: 16 1/2″ wide x 32″ long x 1″ deep
Decorative Architectural Salvage Piece: $100
Straight from the showroom of Hughes Brothers, Inc. on Market Street, these vintage wooden display shelves were original to the building (c. 1921)!
Use this textured piece of architectural salvage as a headboard, a display shelf for art or simply wall décor!
Measurements: 19 1/2″ wide x 84″ tall x 2 1/2″ deep
Vintage Baby Grand Piano: $500
Piano bench has been sold, separately.
Measurements: 57 1/2″ wide x 29″ tall x 60″ deep
This baby grand piano, with stately tapered legs on original casters, is a handsome statement piece! We always love when one detail from a piece dates it so specifically—like this Settergren baby grand piano, made in Bluffton, Indiana, some time between 1922, when the company was founded, and 1935, when they changed their name to Estey Piano Company.
If you’d like to play this vintage gem and fill your home with song, you’ll first need to have it tuned and adjusted! Would also be fantastic for oh so many upcycling projects! Made of wood, the dark veneer is in absolutely fantastic condition.
Folk Art Chairs: $20 each
Likely made in Mexico in the 1950s, these wee vintage chairs’ rush seats feature a unique woven pattern and the weathered red and blue paint exudes charm! With faded flowers painted along the back slats, these are just darling!
Measurements: 12″ wide x 18″ tall x 10″ deep
Collage on Reclaimed Beadboard: $50
Made by Artist in Residence (and LAS Manager!) Deb Helms, this intricate collage features ephemera from the 1920s or earlier, including a bicycle advertisement, a worn orange velvet ribbon taken from a Victorian photo album, the corner of a calling card and more! Mounted on a piece of chippy reclaimed beadboard (with chippy and cheerful Granny Smith apple green paint!), peer close to read the snippets from autograph albums and other ephemeral gems, preserved and protected in this delightful piece of art!
Measurements: 10 1/2″ wide x 16″ tall x 7/8″ deep
Rare Depression Era Glass Serving Set: $15
In amazing vintage condition, this Depression era glass is next level! The elegant yet fun serving platter has a raised circular rim in its center to hold the pedestal vase, perfect for dips and sauces! With its rare pattern (light amber, etched with lovely floral and stripes trim!), this 1930s set is a standout.
Measurements: 11″ diameter x 3.5″ tall (with vase)
Antique Porcelain Pitcher: $8
Delicate and sweet in every way, this petite pitcher with gold leaf trim on its rim and handle is a dream, with a painted profile of a young woman in kerchief, her gaze both hopeful and longing—all framed with lush pink roses. In shades of teal, pink and green, this pretty little thing would be a sweet Valentine’s Day gift!
Measurements: 3 1/4″ wide x 4 1/2″ tall x 4″ deep
Myott Staffordshire Soup Bowl & Saucer: $15
Made by the prestigious Myott Staffordshire of England, this footed soup bowl and saucer’s pattern, Bouquet Green, is aptly named—graced with a delicate floral design and a soft, pleasing green trim and gold leaf rim.
A perfect gift to pair with a real bouquet (or breakfast in bed!).
We have five pairs in stock. Scurry in to get the whole set!
Measurements: 11″ diameter x 3.5″ tall (with bowl on top)
2 Heart Baking Pans: $5 each
Give one of these midcentury aluminum baking pans to your darling for Valentine’s Day, and she’s guaranteed to have a sweet tooth for you! (Tip: Go the extra mile and bake her a heart-shaped cake for dessert—the cherry on top of a perfect gift!)
Measurements: 9″ wide x 1 1/2″ deep x 9 1/2″ long
Antique Oak Carved Dresser with Mirror & Marble Top: $450
This antique oak dresser would catch your eye from across the room—or in our care, across the warehouse! Unmistakably a high end piece, the fine craftsmanship is evident in its abundant sculpted ornamental accents, original wood knobs and gorgeous swivel mirror, made all the more lovely with its light desilvering streaks. Even through this four-drawer dresser’s 100+ year life, its marble top shows minimal signs of age and the warm wood has clearly been lovingly cared for over the decades, across generations. The oak’s luster is just divine!
Measurements: 42 1/2″ wide x 77″ tall x 23″ deep
Fireplace Screen with Wooden Frame: $25
Fabric fireplace screens were used to soften the fire’s intense heat, while also decoratively hiding the fireplace’s opening when not in use. This fireplace screen’s carved wooden frame was crafted in the early 1900s, and it sits pretty atop its four original casters. Originally, this screen would have been crewel or needlepoint, but it was replaced with this chenille fabric, a lovely silver with floral pattern depicted in light green and gold.
Measurements: 30.5″ wide x 51″ tall x 19″ deep
Chalk Plate: $45
Measurements: 14 1/2″ diameter x 2″ deep
Made in England in the 1940s-1960s, this cheerful chalkplate depicts a rustic scene in a natural palette: windmill and river, boats and cottages, a stone bridge and forest. The chalkware craze began in Staffordshire, England in the late 1800s as an inexpensive alternative to the region’s popular porcelain figurines. Popular for their aesthetic qualities as well as their reasonable price, you could find all sorts of items in chalkware! A delicate material, we’re thrilled to offer this collectible item in such good condition!
Stained Glass: $100 (large) / $75 (small)
The color palette of this unique stained glass is a vintage dream: warm olive, frosted light blue, and chestnut! These fantastical pieces of stained glass (we have over 20!) once joined together to form an entire wall, overlooking a scenic waterway. Like a puzzle, the organic forms combined to create a marsh scene, complimenting the view! Note: The glass and metal frame are quite delicate, and the glass has some cracks. Handle with care.
Measurements (large): 48″ wide x 30 1/4″ tall x 1/4″ deep
Measurements (small): 30 1/2″ wide x 43″ tall x 1/4″ deep
Vintage Hubcaps: $15 each
These fun vintage hubcaps are perfect for the car fanatic in your life! We have various car manufacturers, and several of them have spokes.
A great collector’s item, or fantastic for a variety of upcycling projects—we’ve seen them turned into yard ornaments, wall art and even wreaths!
The four pictured are just a few examples from our hubcap haul! Come in to see our full selection.
Measurements: 16″ diameter
Cowboy & Horse Pull Toy: $15
Giddy up! From the mid-to-late 1950s, this vibrant toy is an absolute joy to pull around—watch the cowboy go on his bucking bronco!
Measurements: 3″ wide x 8 1/2″ tall x 7″ deep
Candle Holder Centerpiece: $45
Artist-in-Residence Steve Wolf-Camplin turned this gorgeous piece of reclaimed wood into a polished centerpiece. Place a votive candle within each of the five glass cups for a flickering glow—or, alternatively, use as a beer sampler! (IPA, anyone?) This glowing, warm wood pairs well with anything!
Measurements: 31″ wide x 2″ tall x 2 1/2″ deep
Vintage Crib: $65
This wooden crib from the 1940s comes with its original canopy (not pictured), made of white seersucker! With gorgeous turned wood railings and spindles, this would be a super cute storage solution: slide boxes underneath, add in a solid piece of wood atop the bottom slats, then pile up blankets, toys, towels and more! One of our ever-clever volunteers suggested flipping it upside down, removing the legs, and adding a glass or wood top to create a unique, upcycled coffee table. (Or, add a ramp, cut the railing to make an opening and slap on a cushion to create the most luxurious bed for your pooch or kitty!)
Measurements: 48″ wide x 35″ tall x 25″ deep
Antique Wood & Cast Iron School Desk: $65
E. H. Stafford Mfg. Co. of Chicago manufactured this child’s school desk in the early 1900s. It has a folding seat, pencil tray, ink well hole and storage shelf. Note the ornate iron work! Would work beautifully as a table in the entryway—use the desk to toss your mail, and the seat to put on your shoes!
Measurements: 24″ wide x 29″ tall x 30″ deep (seat: 13″ deep)
Handcart Coffee Table: $495
Legacy’s Artist-in-Residence John Kendall crafted this gorgeous coffee table, using salvaged wood from Legacy’s warehouse for its top and an antique cast iron handcart for the base! (We have to say, the two front wheels—still turning!—make moving this piece around the warehouse a breeze.) Perfect for industrial enthusiasts!
Measurements: 59.5″ long x 24″ wide x 17.5″ tall
Antique Stodart Square Piano with Stool: $2,500
Manufactured in New York by Stodart Piano Company in the fall of 1882, this spinet piano (#9839) is in fantastic condition! Originally from an antebellum home in Vance County, this square pianoforte has an impressive hardwood case, nicely styled music rack and perfectly proportioned legs. While grand in stature, its smooth, curved sides and lines make for a welcoming setting, whether you sit on its (original!) stool to play Bach or Chopin.
Note: To return to good playing condition, this antique piano would need to be tuned and adjusted.
Piano Measurements: 78″ wide x 38″ tall x 37″ deep
Stool Measurements: 14″ wide x 21″ tall x 14″ deep
Vintage Croquet Set: $60
Made for Sears, this vintage croquet set would be really fun incorporated into a store display or for quirky home décor—and of course, you could always take the mallets outside to play! Comes with some of the original metal wickets, but is missing three balls.
Measurements: 23″ wide x 29″ tall x 6″deep
Wonder Mare Rocking Horse: $95
Made by Wonder Mare in the 1950s, this vintage rocking horse is suspended upon its original metal springs, attached to a wooden base. An absolutely whimsical piece, the horse has a blonde mane and is adorned with a brown saddle. The seat measures 3 1/2″ wide.
Measurements: 19″ wide x 27 1/2″ tall x 34″ deep
Brumberger Hollywood Movie Theatre: $75
Made in the 1950s by Brumberger, this movie theatre toy set still has its original 8mm movie projector (not in working condition presently!), rolls of 8mm movie films (Films include Shirley Temple’s Pie-Covered Wagon, “Whimseyland” Cartoon, and Our Gang!), instruction manual and even theatre tickets! Whimsical decor, this box with its striking typography and illustration would look incredible in your TV cabinet or mantle.
Note: The movie projector is not presently in working condition, and would need a lamp and some repairs to become return to operable condition.
Antique Bedroom Set: priced individually, see below
This matching bedroom suite is an absolute dream—pun intended! From the 1920s or earlier, this art nouveau-inspired set is decadent in style, with sinuous curves and burled wood inlays galore! Both the dresser and vanity come with shapely attached mirrors, etched delicately on each side. All original metal drawer pulls and knobs attached! Various types of wood combine to form arches and dramatic flared angles, with all geometric elements softened by elegant carved embellishments. “Luxurious” doesn’t even begin to cut it when describing these incredible antique pieces! This set is priced individually.
Vanity with Mirror (item #0364): $450
Bed Frame (item #0362): $350
[SOLD] Dresser with Mirror (item #0365): $650
[SOLD] Highboy (item #0363): $450
Vanity with Mirror: $450
Antique Bed Frame: $350
From the 1920s or earlier, this art nouveau-inspired bed frame is absolutely divine, with striking wood pairings and decadent carved adornments.
Made to fit a full-size bed, this frame comes with the original rails and slats—as well as metal rails that can size this up to fit a queen!
Headboard: 57″ wide x 52″ tall x 2″ deep
Footboard: 57″ wide x 29″ tall x 1 1/2″ deep
Mid-century Modern Chair: $45
Covered in brown naugahyde (with vertical impressions along the back, made to look like stitching!), this MCM chair is an ode to the era! The squared arms are supported by rounded brass, and the seat was recovered in the 1960s-1970s with a funky fabric. Note: There is a horizontal tear in the back.
Measurements: 28 ” wide x 31″ tall x 30″ deep
Artist-in-Residence Tramp Art: $30
The best holiday buys are often purchased after the season. This beautiful piece of two-panel folk art crafted by Mark Gansor depicts an enchanting winter night scene, full of coniferous trees and silver, shining stars emerging from a muted emerald backdrop.
Measurements: 11″ wide x 11″ tall
Cobbler Stand with Three Shoe Forms: $45
From a time when each boot and heel was individually crafted with care, this cast iron tool was used by a cobbler to shape shoes! With three detachable forms of different sizes, this antique set is perfect for any shoe lover and would look darling next to any modern day shoe display.
Measurements: 4″ wide x 14″ tall x 5″ deep
Exterior Door with Attached Frame: $175
Likely from the 1930s, this 6-light over 2-panel exterior door with attached frame features dark paint and black metal hinge straps on its front. In English, we would use “Beware of Dog” as a warning—the French plaque attached to this front door bears the same meaning! Turn the door around and prepare for a small surprise: It’s painted a light cream, with a sweet carving added at its top! This door is one of those gems that make us wish we could meet its former owner!
Measurements: 36″ wide x 74″ tall
Antique Side Table: $20
Handmade in the early 1900s, this side table’s wood has a dark stain, nearly black! One of our talented volunteers shored up one of the legs, and it’s ready for action!
Measurements: 19″ wide x 22 1/2″ tall x 16″ deep
Antique Vanity Mirror: $50
We always love knowing the exact year a piece was made, and this beveled mirror gets even more specific! “August 22, 1905” is stamped on its back. The wooden oval frame is lovely and made to be secured to the back of a vanity. Note: To stabilize the mirror, the frame needs an additional brace on the back.
Measurements: 28 1/2″ wide x 21″ tall x 1 1/2″ deep
Victorian Photo Album: $25
Bound in red leather, this antique photo album is perfect for your family photos—or, use it to store your old photograph collection!
Did You Know: Legacy’s manager Deb Helms collects antique photos that feature spectacles!
Note: The album’s spine is a bit damaged.
Measurements: 8″ wide x 11″ tall x 2 1/2″ deep
Blue Danube Porcelain Set: $80
Manufactured in the 1950s, this set of Blue Danube china was made in Japan. Thought to have been originally inspired during the Chinese Yaun Dynasty (1260-1368 A.D.), the distinctive pattern includes flowers, as well as ancient Chinese symbols of happiness, luck and good fortune. Blue Danube China is unique in that the ceramic is underglazed and fired at extremely high temperatures (over 2600 degrees). This special process makes each piece microwave and dishwasher safe, detergent-proof and highly resistant to chips.
This set includes 5 dessert plates, 6 saucers, 6 teacups, 1 creamer cup and 1 sugar cup!
1930s White Spindles: $3 each
Salvaged from a 1930s home in Masonboro by our dedicated volunteers, these turned wood spindles could be used in a myriad of upcycling projects! Use them as table legs, lamp bases, candle holders—let your imagination (or, you know, Pinterest) be your guide. We’ve even seen them painted and dressed up as snowmen—a darling holiday decoration! We have 30 in stock.
Measurements: 1 1/2″ wide x 32″ tall x 1 1/2″ deep
Historic Home Cabinet: $150
Painted by hand, this crafty cabinet is full of surprises! What appears to be one solid piece actually transforms, with a shelf on its base and a fold-up top! The back is open, and the top half even swivels. Our photos reveal its many tricks. A feat of carpentry and engineering, this is perfect for a variety of uses—in fact, its last owners tucked away their TV within its walls! Note: One leg is a bit loose.
Measurements: 32″ wide x 54″ tall x 22 1/2″ deep
Split Wood Produce Crate: $15
Made of Italian poplar, the shape and size of this primitive, square crate suggests that it was probably used for wholesale corn. Now, its possibilities are endless! Hang it on the wall for a fantastic display shelf, flip it over as a plant stand, or use it as a bookshelf.
Measurements: 17.5″ tall x 12″ wide x 12″ deep
Small Rocking Chair with Velvet Seat: $15
This rocker from the early 1900s features a velvet seat, which had been recovered decades ago. Much like this week’s chest of drawers (item #320), it’s such a delight to see how repairs were made so long ago. Beneath the olive-colored velvet, the original fabric remains and can be seen from the bottom of the chair! Note: The top left corner needs to be shored up a bit.
Measurements: 16″ wide x 34″ tall x 15″ deep
Reclaimed Wormy Chestnut Wood Mirror: $75
Made by Artist-in-Residence Steve Wolf-Camplin, this mirror is framed with gorgeous reclaimed wood, full of character—the wood grain, the worm holes!
Measurements: 13 1/4″ wide x 16 1/2″ tall x 2″ deep
Reclaimed Wormy Walnut Wood Mirror: $60
Made by Artist-in-Residence Steve Wolf-Camplin, this one-of-a-kind mirror makes a simple yet stunning statement with its wide frame, made of old-growth walnut.
Measurements: 13 1/4″ wide x 16 1/2″ tall x 2″ deep
Solid Brass Chandelier with Monkey Decal Light Shades: $125
This 6-light baroque chandelier somehow balances extravagant style with fun flair! You truly have to see these to experience the quirky majesty.
We recommend that the fixture be rewired.
Measurements: 27″ diameter x 60″ tall with links or 24″ tall without links
Art Deco Door Plates: $10 each
These art deco door plates, made of tin, are beautifully patina’d, each one with its own special gleam. We have thirty in stock! Tip: They go beautifully with our art deco glass door knob sets (item #0292), sold separately.
Measurements: 2″ wide x 7 1/4″ tall x 1/2″ deep
Vintage Irons: $10 each
Non-Electric Iron (left): Made by Westinghouse in the 1930s-1940s, this uncorded iron with wooden handle is a fantastic decorative item (paperweight, bookend or clever doorstop!)—and a reminder to be grateful for our modern day laundering technology! Measurements: 4″ wide x 9″ long x 5 1/2″ tall
Electric Iron (right): Made by General Electric in the 1940s-1960s, this vintage iron is a time capsule, with its metal hull shaped in a style reminiscent of the era’s automobile designs. Would need to be rewired, if used for its functional purpose. Measurements: 5″ wide x 11″ long x 6 1/2″ tall
1930s Newel Posts: $100 each
These hardwood newel posts from a 1930s Masonboro home could be used at the base of your stairway—or upcycled as part of a bar or table! We have two in stock.
Measurements: 4″x4″ Post: 40″ tall Top: 12″ long x 2″ deep
Vintage White Screen Door: $95
This 1930s screen door has lovely simple spindles on its lower half, adding charm and character! Let the light in (and keep the bugs out!) with this beauty.
Comes with the original mortise, but would need a door knob and plate. (Luckily, we have plenty of 1930s door knobs and plates in stock!)
The screen needs some small repairs.
Measurements: 40″ wide x 84 1/2″ tall x 1 3/8″ deep
Handcrafted Reclaimed Beadboard Mirror: $150
Made by Artist-in-Residence Mark Gansor, this dainty mirror is framed in pieces of reclaimed beadboard, beautifully aged and painted in shades of cream and soft blue.
Measurements: 25″ wide x 26″ tall x 2″ deep
Reclaimed Butternut Wood Mirror: $200
Made by Artist-in-Residence Steve Wolf-Camplin, this mirror framed in reclaimed butternut wood is one-of-a-kind! This would make a fantastic gift!
Measurements: 35″ wide x 41″ tall x 1 1/2″ deep
Artisan Reclaimed Wood Table: $795
Made by Artist-in-Residence John Kendall, this high gloss dining room table is an ideal piece to add a rustic yet modern touch to your home. Made of old-growth reclaimed pine, this durable piece is an eye-catching delight, covered in gleaming layers of polyurethane.
Years have naturally aged the wood to create a beauty and detail that cannot be replicated! Reclaimed wood’s beauty is in its variations, and will have naturally occurring knots, splits, weathering, nail holes & cracks. The table is lightly sanded leaving the beautiful natural texture and grains in the wood, but still smooth to touch.
Measurements: 31 1/4 wide x 32″ tall x 72 1/2″ long
Red Chippy Paint Door c.1886: $150
Salvaged from 316 S 3rd Street, this 82″ door is a tall glass of water! Doors this tall and fantastically chippy don’t waltz into our warehouse often! Priced at a steal, this fall-hued delight won’t stick around long. Come in and get it while you can!
Measurements: 32″ wide x 82″ tall x 1 1/2″ deep
Vintage Twin Headboard & Footboard: $35
Solid wood headboard and footboard from the early 1900s, featuring a carved wooden ornamentation, painted black. One of the carvings has been broken, as pictured.
Measurements: 37″ wide x 35″ tall x 1 3/8″ deep
Hull Apple Cookie Jar: $25
We’re starting to feel fall in the air, and this 1940s ceramic Hull apple cookie jar is fit for these back-to-school days! Take this precious vintage piece home for an air of whimsical nostalgia!
Measurements: 8 1/2″ wide x 8″ tall
ITEM #0274 & #0275
Reclaimed Door Shelves: $125 each
These handcrafted pieces are 100% reclaimed! Our wonderfully talented Legacy volunteers selected sloped brackets and topped them with aged wooden shelves, attaching them to beautifully weathered antique doors. Leaned against or attached to a wall, each door serves as one-of-a-kind display shelf, adding character and charm to any room! The peach tone (#0274 – right) is warm and inviting, and the cream door (#0275 – left) on the left is a classic!
Measurements for Cream Door (right): 26″ wide x 76″ tall, with a 5 1/2″ deep shelf
Measurements for Peach Door (left): 32″ wide x 79″ tall, with a 6 1/2″ deep shelf
Antique Piano Keys: $1 each
Perfect for DIY projects galore, these antique piano keys—salvaged from an 1800s piano!—are just one dollar bill apiece! We’ve seen them turned into key holders (clever!), lamp shades, and even clocks. What second life will you give to them?
Measurements: 1 1/2″ wide x 12″ tall x 1 1/2″ deep
4-Pane Windows: $15 each
Four-pane windows like these are a true find—and we have six (6) in stock! Purchase individually, or buy up our full supply to for a larger DIY project! From the 1920s, these windows are perfectly at home in any bungalow or cottage.
Measurements: 28 1/4 ” wide x 27 3/4″ tall x 1 3/4″ deep
Antique Piano Fall Board: $95
Once the fall board of an 1800s Wing & Son piano, this gorgeously carved wooden piece would look incredible above a door, as a headboard or even upcycled into a musically-inspired mantle!
Measurements: 55″ wide x 19″ tall x 2″ deep
Set of Black Ladder-Back Chairs: $75
From the early 1900s, these ladder-back chairs were perhaps originally designed for children, given their low seats. Note the finials and delicate floral stencil detail on the ladder-back slats! While the chairs’ frames are original, their woven rush seats have been fairly recently redone.
Measurements: 17 1/2″ wide x 47″ tall x 14″ deep
Vintage Twin Bed: $75
This twin bed from the 1920s-1930s features a delightful curved footboard, and it comes with the side rails and slats! Stands on pretty turned feet with six casters, and check out the floral basket motif on both headboard and footboard. Donation courtesy of the Burgwin-Wright House.
Measurements: 79″ wide x 57″ tall x 42″ deep
Singer Sewing Machine with Travel Case: $45
This turn-of-the-century Singer sewing machine still has its wooden travel case!
Measurements: 17 1/4″ wide x 12 1/2″ tall x 8 1/2″ deep
Sewing Table with Reclaimed Wood Top: $150
This sewing table is beyond divine. The metal hardware on those drawer pulls! The carvings on the side! Artist-in-Residence John Kendall used gleaming reclaimed wood to top it all off (literally and metaphorically)!
Measurements: 36″ wide x 29.5″ tall x 17.5″ deep
Antique Henry Likly Wardrobe Steamer Trunk: $250
Established in 1844, Henry Likly & Co. was the largest trunk manufacturer in New York—the Cadillac of trunks. When you wanted a clever, well-built trunk, you went to Henry Likly. We’ve never seen one of these in our warehouse before!
From the late 1800s, this trunk was once a space-saving travel essential, whether journeying by sea or train! Gorgeous and intriguing details abound: the pull-out wardrobe press and original wooden hangers, roomy drawers with original hardware, even the initials of its past owner: L.A.M.
Wm. Knabe & Co. Piano Harp: $150
A statement that simply sings! Salvaged from an antique instrument made by Wm. Knabe & Co., this bold brass piano harp featured gorgeous embellishments and lovely font embossed in the heavy metal. It’s a piece of art all on its own!
Measurements: 58.25″ wide x 52.5″ tall x 2″ deep
Antique Ladder: $65
While no longer fit to take on the job, this decorative wooden ladder still does some serious work to any space, adding rustic flair and height! Stand it up and use the steps to display knick-knacks, or lean it against the wall and drape towels, blankets and more over its rungs.
Measurements: 18″ long x 59″ wide x 7 1/2″ tall
8-Light Solid Brass Chandelier: $75
This 8-light chandelier from the 1950s is a stunner, made of solid brass crafted into ornate twists and curves. The gleaming brass bends and curls back on itself; when the chandelier shines, the light bounces off the metal, warmly brightening any space. We recommend that the fixture be rewired.
Measurements: 16″ wide x 23″ tall
Antique Hardwood Coffee Table: $75
Formerly a stately entryway table, the curved legs were shortened to create a quaint coffee table, full of character! Made of old-growth wood, with original wooden knobs, this piece features a drawer, with two compartments for easy living room storage.
Measurements: 40 3/4″ long x 22″ wide x 24″ tall
Wooden Garden Box: $45
Formerly an open-top tool box, this two-bin, metal-handled box is now perfect for holding gardening sheers, crafting supplies or even turn it into a makeup and perfume cart!
Measurements: 23 1/2 ” long x 71/2″ wide x 12″ tall
Ornate Frame with Beveled Glass Mirror: $125
Estimated to be from the turn of the century, this piece was originally designed to sit atop a dresser. Now it is freestanding décor, still turning heads with an elegant carved frame adorned with scallops and curves, rounded columns and romantic flourishes. Mirror included, not pictured.
Measurements: 37 1/2″ wide x 46 1/2″ tall
Pair of Fluted Black Columns: $45
The vertical grooves on this pair of wooden columns draw the eye all the way up, adding height to any space! Made of solid wood, painted black, these stately columns are an absolute steal: $45 for the pair!
Measurements: 7 1/2″ wide x 65 1/2″ tall
Pair of Brass Sconces: $30
This unusual pair of 1950s brass sconces adds glamour, romance and a regal whimsy to a dining room or foyer. We recommend that these electrical fixtures be rewired.
Measurements: 5 1/2″ wide x 17 1/4″ tall
Ornate Ceiling Light: $35
This metal flush-mount fixture with a quartet of lights has subtle, understated flair. A great way to add vintage-style panache to a room with lower ceilings.
Comes with glass globes, not pictured. We recommend that it be rewired.
Measurements: 19 1/4″ wide x 18″ tall
Black Carved Side Chairs: $15
Whimsical wooden, carved back chairs, ready to be transformed with a little paint and the perfect fabric! We have one left.
Measurements: 41.5″ tall x 22″ wide x 18″ deep
Antique Columns with Bases & Capitals
It is so incredibly rare to find antique columns complete with their bases and capitals! Astoundingly, we have a few in stock. Run, don’t walk to snatch one (or more!) of these up! From the 1800s, these old-growth wood columns have beautiful, delicate white chippy paint.
[LEFT] Round Antique Column with Base & Capital: $200
39″ circumference x 8′ tall (column)
15″ x 15″ (base)
13″ x 13 1/2″ (capital)
Note: We’ve sold out of the round columns’ bases and capitals (pictured below)!
[RIGHT] Square Antique Column with Base & Copper Capital: $200
11″ wide x 9″ deep x 8 1/2′ tall (column)
17″ wide x 9″ deep x 10 1/2″ tall (capital)
Reclaimed Old-Growth Wood Ladder: $35
Made by Legacy staff and volunteers, this decorative ladder is perfect for displaying holiday dećor or hanging blankets/towels! Two in stock.
Measurements: 14″ wide x 50″ tall x 3″ deep
Knabe Piano Panel: $50
This salvaged piece from a 1800s Knabe piano would make for a uniquely special cabinet door, or simply hang it as art—perhaps above your home’s piano?
Wherever you place it, this wooden door with original brass knob is delightfully crafted and a quaint conversation starter!
Measurements: 20″ wide x 50″ tall
Piano Side Arms (Set): $50
These salvaged pieces from an 1800s piano once served the purpose of music and melody—in their next life, the possibilities are endless! Upcycle these gorgeous wooden forms to use as corbels, book ends or even shelf brackets!
Measurements: 18 3/4″ tall x 2″ wide x 7 1/2″ deep
A&P Potato Chip Tin: $15
The sight of a potato chip tin from A&P brings back nostalgic memories for so many! We can’t get over the bold colors and typography of this 1940s-1950s tin. Use it to hold cut flowers, potted plants, pens and pencils, paint brushes—whatever your heart desires!
Measurements: 9″ wide x 9 1/2″ tall
Lorraine Metal Food Mill: $10
This Lorraine Metal Manufacturing Company kitchen gadget from the 1930s did it all: grating, grinding, mashing and saucing!
Measurements: 2.5″ long x 3.5″ deep x 19″ tall
Beyond its functional uses, this is such a stand-out piece of vintage or country farmhouse kitchen decor. Check out the patina on the clamp and tin grater, the weathered red paint on the cast iron exterior and the hand crank’s wooden knob!
Designed to be mounted to the counter, this vintage food mill still has the original wood push-block and is in good working condition! While practicing social distancing, many of us have taken to the homesteading traditions of our past. Mastered sourdough? Now it’s time to pick up this old-fashioned kitchen tool to prepare applesauce, tomato sauce, mashed potatoes and other classics!
Antique Wooden Grain Feed Bin: $200
Originally two separate bins, this antique feed bin made of wonderfully weathered wood was upcycled many moons ago. In addition to connecting the bins, hardware featuring intricate scrollwork was added. Now, it’s a perfect and compact storage piece!
Measurements: 39.5″ long x 19″ deep x 18.5″ tall
Pewter Coffee Pot: $35
Coffee lovers, rejoice! Whether you take decaf or espresso, this vintage coffee pot is a precious addition to your coffee station. Or, this watertight pot could be used in so many ways: holding fresh cut flowers as an adorable vase, watering your houseplants or even serving as a caddy for craft supplies (brushes, knitting needles and more)!
Measurements: 6.5″ deep x 11″ tall
Antique White Wooden Highchair: $40
This antique highchair is in surprisingly sturdy condition—despite wear and tear from decades of children! The front tray still lifts up and down. With quaint white chippy paint, this would make such a cute addition to your foyer: toss mail in the tray and your handbag in the chair! Donation courtesy of the Burgwin-Wright House.
Measurements: 16.5″ long x 18″ deep x 38″ tall
Fireplace Ash Clean-Out Door: $25
A chimney clean-out door—located either outside or behind the fireplace—is used to take out rubbish. Made of cast iron in the late 1800s, this antique could certainly return to its original use of cleaning out your chimney, wood stove or kiln. Or show off its rusty patina on your fireplace as a throwback display piece!
Measurements: 10.25″ x 10.25″ x 2″
Retro General Electric Stove: $100
From a time when things were made to last, this 1940s-1950s electric stove still works! Vintage, working condition stoves do not come by often—snatch yours up today! Needs some TLC and cleaning.
Measurements: 39″ long x 27″ deep x 46.5″ tall
Vintage Off-White Tablecloth: $30
The detail in this lace tablecloth is just divine, with swirls of scrollwork, florals and fruits! Understated farmhouse luxury at its finest, this elegant linen would up the ante of your dining room in a hot second!
Love this look? We have a large stock of other vintage linens in the warehouse!
Measurements: 66″ x 88″
Antique Wooden School Desk: $45
For those who are lifelong learners, this school desk with woven seat is the perfect piece to display your current reads and projects!
Some damage to the seat, but could easily be restrung.
Measurements: 24″ long x 20″ deep x 23″ tall
Early 1900s Framed Collage Art: $175
Artist in Residence (and Legacy Architectural Salvage manager!) Deb Helms has a special gift: combining pieces of antique ephemera from various eras and of diverse styles into a cohesive, beautiful whole. Her collages are always astounding, but this one might take the cake! You could spend hours examining each component, collected from flea markets, estate sales and vintage shops—a plat map from 1892, vintage lace, receipts and letters from the 1800s. This gorgeous tribute to all things salvage is framed in an antique screen with original corner hardware from a local Wilmington home.
Measurements: 28.75″ long x 29.25″ tall
Wooden Charcuterie Board with Wooden Feet: $125
What’s our favorite kind of rainbow, you ask? No, not a double rainbow—a wooden rainbow! And that’s precisely what LAS Artist in Residence John Kendall created using reclaimed bloodwood, iroko, leopard wood, ashwood and walnut. A perfect gift!
Measurements: 30″ long x 9.5″ wide x 1.5″ tall
One-of-a-Kind Pressed Tin Ceiling Tile: $60
For those with a penchant for mixed-metal flare in home decor, this unique pressed tin ceiling tile has been hand-painted with golden accents is the one for you! The perfect mix of classy and shabby chic, this elegant tile from the late 1800s could be used within a glamorous headboard or framed with old-growth wood and displayed as art.
Measurements: 24″ tall x 49″ wide
Hand-Painted Pressed Tin Ceiling Tile: $60
Hand-painted in rich tones of red and gold, this one-of-a-kind pressed tin ceiling tile from the late 1800s would be a beautiful addition to a wall collage or incorporated into a rustic chic headboard.
Measurements: 48″ long x 24″ tall
Rattan Baby Swing: $35
From the early 1900s, this baby swing would be perfect as a display piece, maybe even in a nursery! With a swipe of little boiled linseed oil, this rattan decor would shine. Please note: Some of the rattan is broken.
Measurements: 8″ tall x 14″ wide x 12″ deep
Blue Painted Table: $75
A Legacy volunteer lovingly painted this antique table a beautiful two-tone blue, with accents that draw out the design of the handcrafted piece. From the early 1900s, it’s in good condition and structurally sound—ready for table runners, candles, dinnerware and most importantly, your family and friends!
Measurements: 30.5″ tall x 60″ long x 40″ wide
Mid-Century Modern Golden Wheat Dinnerware: $65
Antique Door Plates (Set of 3): $25
These metal door plates from the early 1900s still shine! Restore an old door with these antique plates to make it really pop. If we had to guess, these plates are made of aluminium—they’re quite light!
Measurements: 6.5″ tall x 2″ wide
Leaded, Beveled Glass & Brass Octagonal Pendant Chandelier: $65 each
These beautiful 8-sided, 6-light pendant chandeliers from the 1950s would look stunning in a foyer or alcove. Beveled glass is known for capturing and refracting light, creating a kaleidoscope of colors—with a little rewiring, watch these lights dazzle! Everything about these chandeliers simply screams “mid-century design.” We have 1 left in stock! All of the leaded glass pieces are securely intact. The fixture works, but we recommend that it be rewired.
Measurements: 23″ tall x 12″ deep x 12″ wide
Assemblage Box: $85
At Legacy Architectural Salvage, we’re all about using every piece of our history to create something beautiful—whether that’s through refinishing or, in this case, upcycling the fragments into stunning artwork for display.
This assemblage piece, composed of items from the 1800s-1900s, does just that! A cast iron flower frog from the 1920s tops the former sewing drawer, with a drawer pull repurposed as a finial. Fluted door trim stands behind and shows off a vintage wood spindle with chippy cream paint. Along the bottom, a piece of vintage tape measurer, and a base made of reclaimed wood with beautiful grain.
This creative compilation of ephemera would make a perfect gift!
Measurements: 24″ tall x 6″ wide x 4.5″ deep
Assemblage Box: $85
It’s amazing what happens when you combine remnants of our history with a creative vision! Take, for example, this artistic assemblage decor piece. The antique Singer sewing drawer is topped with a brass embellishment from a disintegrating Victorian photo album. Set inside, a plethora of treasures, a mix of industrial and feminine: velvety millinery flowers from a hat, a rose bud salve tin and hardware from a shutter. Drill bits line the bottom, along with vintage paper from an old ledger, stamped with the word “grace”—defined as simple elegance. This delightful piece of decor embodies that quality!
Measurements: 24″ tall x 6″ wide x 4.5″ deep
Diamond Wood Inlay Cheeseboard: $150
You may have heard Marilyn Monroe’s “Diamonds are a Girl’s Best Friend,” but did you know she was actually referring to wood inlays? We didn’t either, but looking at this cheeseboard, we totally get it!
You won’t find anything like this at a big-box store: Legacy volunteer and Artist-in-Residence, John Kendall, handcrafted this one-of-a-kind piece using reclaimed wood (hickory and ash). With a spread of nearly three feet, this impressive cheeseboard will quickly become your signature serveware and the envy of all! Also makes for an incredibly special and memorable gift, and wouldn’t you know it, Mother’s Day is coming up quick!
Measurements: 34″ long x 9 1/2″ wide
Medicine Cabinet With Fold-Out Etched Mirrors: $75
Salvaged from an 1896 farmhouse, this antique pale blue tin medicine cabinet and trifold mirror, with delicately etched glass, is simply stunning and incredibly rare.
Cabinet Measurements: 12.25″ wide x 16.5″ tall x 5″ deep
Side Mirrors Measurements: 6.25″ wide x 16.5″ tall
Pressed Tin Ceiling Tiles: $40 per 2-panel sheet
Saved from an 1800s commercial building, these antique ceiling tiles have character that only comes with the passing of centuries. Beautiful to use as a headboard or framed with salvaged old-growth wood and used as a piece of art.
Measurements: 49″ long x 24″ tall
Vintage Coleman Stove: $20
This compact green metal box opens to reveal a 1950s camp stove. Once used to heat up beans and rice out in the wilderness, now a sweet addition to your home! Could be used as a mini-bar or plant stand.
Measurements: 12″ x 18″