Exceptional Wall of Original Shop Fittings


  • Above £5,000.00
  • Above €5,928 Euro
  • Above $6,873 US Dollar

United Kingdom

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Exceptional Wall of Original Shop Fittings

Huge original shop fittings from the former Co-operative Society building, Swadlincote, Derbyshire, England, UK, circa 1915. Reclaimed and ready to be rebuilt by our expert restorers into an exceptional library bookcase or shop fitting with drawers, ideal for an interior design project for a Hotel, Spa, Restaurant, Bar or Private home.

Shown in Farrow & Ball matched 'Cornforth White', any colour specification can be briefed with your choice of drawer pulls or knobs

The former Midland Co-op, in West Street, was built on the remains of a circular bottle kiln on land which was formerly part of Sharpe’s Pottery - which is still situated opposite. By 1832 Sharpe’s Pottery was established on both sides of West Street. Only the south side complex survives; the site of the northern works was sold to the Burton-on-Trent Co-operative Society in 1915 following demolition in 1907. It became a key showroom for the Midland Co-operative Society.

W731.5 x H310 x D51.5 cm (can be shortened in height)


  • H: 310cm (122.05in)
  • W: 731.5cm (287.99in)



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Struck by the affliction in '96 as a design graduate drawn to antiques that have truly lived, sometimes loved, but survived in some part to 'tell the story' or to be re-imagined and awakened once again.

My North Star has always been my design principles of form, function, texture, balance, emphasis, proportion and colour.

For me, my eyes rest easily upon a well worn surface, the knocks, bruises, creases and scars, all part of our life story.

I hope to inspire you to feel comforted, brave and ready to embrace the past into the present of our interiors and lives - imperfectly perfect.

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