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Willow & Stone

42 Arwenack Street
TR11 3JH
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Based in Cornwall, we source and sell architectural ironmongery, door knobs and window fittings along with period house accessories and unusual gifts. Infact anything required to restore and refurbish old houses and their gardens. We appeal to all those with an interest in old buildings. The fully eccommerce website sells everything found in the shop and can be viewed with images, dimensions and informative descriptions.

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