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FT House & Home feature Retrouvius

“Make sure you can plant it up and that plants can climb. Your cabin may have a flat roof, but you don’t want to look down on that from an upstairs window, so use the roof as a planting space for wild grasses, meadow flowers or spring bulbs. That way, you will be looking down on something very special.”

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An altar and wall cladding made of English alabaster offer our salvage team a rescue mission and a hefty workout.

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NEW LAMPS FROM SALVAGED STONE — GEOLOGY OF THE UK

Our latest batch of lamps celebrate the geological breadth and variety of stone found in the UK - from the richly coloured Polyphant of Cornwall, Dorset's Purbeck stone and alabasters, Lincolnshire Ancasters to Derbyshire limestones.

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5th November 2020 - Open Online Only

In alignment with UK Government guidelines, from Thursday 5th November RETROUVIUS will be operating online only.
The shop will be closed. 

Our warehouse is open and we can arrange delivery to customers or collection with a prearranged timeslot.

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WATCH: Ways of Seeing Panel Discussion at The New Craftsmen

The New Craftsmen presents Ways of Seeing

Last week's panel discussion at The New Craftsmen ft. Maria Speake (Retrouvius), Aimee Betts (Textile Maker) and Gareth Neal (Furniture Maker).
Moderated by Emma Crichton-Miller (The Design Edit)
Filmed by Fraser Stephen

Illustration by Caroline Aitken

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