Reclaimed Collections

AllAUSTRALIANBRIDGE / PIERSUPER WIDE PLANKORIGINAL BOATS & DOORSNAUTICAL
AUSTRALIAN WEATHERED PATINA

AUSTRALIAN WEATHERED PATINA

Direct exposure to the Australian elements has given these bridge and pier timbers a similar weathered look, full of character.
AUSTRALIAN,BRIDGE / PIER,SUPER WIDE PLANK
FORGOTTEN KELLY TIMBERS

FORGOTTEN KELLY TIMBERS

Found in the ranges and rolling hills of northeast Victoria that Ned Kelly once called home, these 100 to 200 year old timbers have dried naturally, dead and left behind in an empty field or over a creek.
AUSTRALIAN,SUPER WIDE PLANK
PRINCES PIER

PRINCES PIER

Massive timber supports held up 8 lines of rail on Princes Pier in Melbourne, a major Australian immigration point from 1915 to 1969.
AUSTRALIAN,BRIDGE / PIER,SUPER WIDE PLANK
VENETIAN LAGOON

VENETIAN LAGOON

Massive oak poles that were used to guide water traffic in the Venice, Italy.
NAUTICAL
QUEENSLAND BRIDGES

QUEENSLAND BRIDGES

Timber bridges across Queensland were made of old-growth ironbark strong enough to support rail and ‘road trains’ as they crossed rivers and floodplains.
AUSTRALIAN,BRIDGE / PIER,SUPER WIDE PLANK
CHINESE DOORS

CHINESE DOORS

From northern China, these elm doors are up to 150 years old. The natural patina varies as the collection is made of both interior and exterior doors.
ORIGINAL BOATS & DOORS
BARWON HEADS BRIDGE

BARWON HEADS BRIDGE

The Barwon Heads Bridge linked Melbourne to Barwon Heads, the summer playground of Melbourne’s holiday makers and weekenders through the 1900s.
AUSTRALIAN,BRIDGE / PIER
INDONESIAN BOATS

INDONESIAN BOATS

Timbers from old Indonesian fishing boats that retain original paint marks and distinctive wear.
NAUTICAL,ORIGINAL BOATS & DOORS
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