If you've ever walked into a church and thought, "That pulpit would look perfect in my garden," LASSCO St. Michael's might be able to help. Based in a converted Victorian church in the heart of London, LASSCO sells everything from ecumenical artifacts to secular statuary. When a developer guts a chapel or strips the original features from a Georgian home, LASSCO's experts will carefully salvage the architectural antiques. The firm's cavernous St. Michael's warehouse is jammed with around $7.5 million worth of curios. A set of elegantly cast stair spindles removed from the Royal Albert Hall (a bargain at $320...
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