For years, Olde Good Things has been involved in the reclaiming of items from many famous buildings and places of worship. A few years back, we received the privilege of removing a very colorful original polychrome terra cotta from a Philadelphia synagogue. Here in these pictures, you can see that many have religious emblems, but there are some which are simply decorative.
Polychrome, as the name depicts means multi-colored glazes were applied in the baking process of this terra-cotta, making the final product even more vivid and breathtaking. Detail can be seen in these various arches which are nearly 100 years old. They were carefully removed by the architecturologists and are now available for resale at our Scranton, PA location.
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These would be perfect for a restoration of a private or public site for worship. Those without religious emblems can be used in many settings, including a centerpiece in a beautiful garden.
We have many building stones available at this time which are not currently seen on our site, inquire and we can send you pictures of what we may have available at this time.