Bespoke Recycled Re-milled French Oak Flooring

Salvage Group offers a bespoke service for their supply of original French Oak timber. This timber can be used in any application, and we can assist with the design of a unique product specific to the client’s requirements. The only limit is your imagination.

Antique Original French Oak Floor Boards

We have a large quantity of reclaimed French Oak flooring. The antique flooring is salvaged from chateaus, barns, and industrial buildings. The boards can be re-­milled and dressed for sites as tongue and groove flooring. Our wide antique French oak planks come in a variety of widths up to 300mm.


Original Antique Parquetry Block

On our salvaging missions around the world, we occasionally discover original antique parquetry blocks. These blocks can be re-milled to a clean finish to obtain a polished aesthetic while maintaining the beneficial characteristics of an aged wood. These antique treasures are available in very limited quantities.


Enoteca - Iron Door and Iron ConsoleSalvage Group supplied Iron Doors and Iron Console to the 1889 Enoteca Restaurant, Wooloongabba, QLD.
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Antique German Parquetry

End Of Line Run Out Sale
Antique German Parquetry
Various sizes available.  Can be milled to specification.
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Price: $POA
Location:  Salvage Garage

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Antique French Oak Parquetry in Herringbone Pattern [Read more…]

Antique European Baltic Pine Flooring

We salvage our antique European Baltic pine flooring from barns and industrial buildings across Europe. This is a wood with much character, and is available brushed, bleached, or dressed clean for a variety of unique finishes. Our boards often come in widths up to 300mm.

Antique French Oak Boards

These antique French Oak Floor Boards have been reclaimed from the Romorantin Textile Mill in France Cicra 1903; it was also known as the Matra Racing Car Factory.
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Recycled French Oak Beams

Recycled French Oak Beams 300 Years Old.  Reclaimed from an old grainery. [Read more…]