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About: Making the past contemporary

If you are looking for more than the memory of things past, authentic period detail to complete a loving restoration, or a special feature to add your own individual touch...
Au Temps Perdu is a real find.

Here the past is always present. In this rambling treasure house you'll find a huge and ever changing collection of antiques and architectural salvage. From the grandest 18th Century marble fireplace to the humble kitchen sink, from Georgian fanlights to garden urns.

"If you'd like advice on any item or how to handle a particular problem, we'd be glad to help. If we haven't got what you want, we can probably find it for you..."

As we did for Nick Knowles and the team from BBC DIY SOS.

On the purely practical side, we help with the hard work. Most of our doors come ready stripped. All plumbing items are overhauled and guaranteed and grates are beadblasted and equipped with new firebricks.

We have resident craftsmen on site:

Resident stained glass craftsman,
Ed Turner.

Resident Carpenter,
Adrian Hnatiw.

Resident Lighting and Chandelier restorer/craftsman, Paul Pilcher.

We can arrange shipping, delivery or installation of most items. Please phone or email us for more details.
  Our details:

28-30 Midland Road
St Philips
Bristol
BS2 0JY

Telephone: Tel. (0117) 929 9143
International Code. +44.
Mobile: 0781 693 4483
Email: info@autempsperdu.co.uk

Opening Times:

Tuesday to Saturday
10:00 am to 5:00 pm.
Closed Sunday and Monday.

Private viewings can be arranged outside opening hours.
Location: Bristol, South West England, United Kingdom - England
Business Type: Reclamation yard and architectural antiques
Products or Services: A huge and ever changing collection of antiques and architectural salvage. From the grandest 18th Century marble fireplace to the humble kitchen sink, from Georgian fanlights to garden urns.
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