Architectural Antiques and Salvage
Westland London offers a vast collection of antique fireplaces, chimneypieces, mantels, antique panelled rooms, fire grates and architectural antiques.
Urban Archaeology was founded in 1978 by Gil Shapiro when he opened his first store in SoHo. Today the company is based in a six story building in Tribeca, NYC.
The Demolition Depot maintains several thousand vintage and antique doors in their New York showroom. The company offers restoration services.
Robert Mills specialises in architectural antiques from the 19th and early 20th centuries. The company is based in Bristol.
Artefacts Architectural Antiques was founded in 1986 and is based in St. Jacobs, Ontario. In 20 years, Artefacts has grown to become a prime source of quality architectural salvage in Canada.
Architectural Artifacts, Inc. was founded in 1987 by Stuart Grannen and is based in Chicago. The showroom is over 80,000 square feet and the company recently added a 15,000 square foot Museum of Historic Chicago.
Amighini has served the architecture market for more than 45 years. The company offers salvaged items and reproductions.