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DAN 4502

This beautiful, shallow sandstone trough which was salvaged from an early 19th century Calderdale farm cottage would be brilliant for…

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DAN 4504

A splendid specimen of a medium-sized trough recently salvaged from a farm dating back to 1769 high on the Ribblesdale…

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DAN 4505

A very lovely, characterful specimen of a trough recently salvaged from a farm dating back to 1769 high on the…

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DAN 4506

An exceptionally rare, “Double trough“ used for feeding Geese. This delightfully, very attractive trough would grace any patio our stone…

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DAN 4266

A lovely specimen of a small square Old York Stone trough that is richly covered in green lichen.

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DAN 4264

A most attractive, beautifully weathered Old York Stone Trough originating from the Levisham area on the North York Moors.

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DAN 4263

A most attractive, beautifully weathered Old York Stone Trough originating from the Levisham area on the North York Moors.

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DAN 4112

A rectangular Old  York Stone sink, which in former times in the North were known as ‘Slop-stones’. Excellent for dwarf…

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DAN 2004

A lovely specimen of a Old Yorkshire Sandstone shallow trough. These were known as ‘Slopstones’ in the Pennine villages. Fantastic…

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