Upcycled Furniture: ‘One person’s rubbish is another person’s treasure’

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Back in the ‘good-old’ days…after the Industrial Revolution, new technologies, new materials and seemingly endless energy sources made it more profitable to create brand new products from scratch rather than repair and reuse old ones. Over time, things got so … Continued

Vintage & Old School Furniture: Scaramanga’s School Salvage Mission

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  Vintage & Old School Furniture A few weeks ago we received a call from a hospice who asked if we were interested in buying some vintage and old school furniture they were getting from a Victorian grammar school that … Continued

Mulberry Alexa VS. Scaramanga Leather Satchel Bag

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Since 2007, TV Presenter Alexa Chung has frequently appeared in the fashion press as a style icon, characterised by her distinctively quirky, vintage style. At the tail-end of last year, Alexa was seen carrying a Mulberry bag in the style … Continued

Behind The Scenes: The Scaramanga Office | Online Shopping

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Online shopping is the 21st century internet equivalent of the microwave meal: quick, convenient and fuss-free. Of course, it can never replace the real ‘day out with the girls’ shopping experience, but is there not also a new-found thrill in the suspense of hearing the mail drop through your letter box and hoping that your Amazon/eBay/Topshop order has arrived? But that’s just the thing: you click a button on your computer screen at home, and then a few days later it drops through your mailbox… What happens in between?

Vintage & Retro Furniture & Interiors at Auction

  The key to finding vintage and retro furniture is simply to search. Antique shops, bric-a-brac shops, interiors stores, flea markets, car boot sales, and auction rooms – you might find a vintage gem anywhere, even in the most unexpected … Continued

Buried Pirate Treasure Chest: Fact or Fake News

The 16th and 17th century pirate definitely existed and so did their gold, silver and gems filled treasure chest, wooden legs, eye patches, parrots, skull and cross-bones. Did they really bury their pirate treasure chest and make a map to … Continued

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