A reproduction Louis XV fall front writing bureau. Made in France in the mid 1900’s. With locks and multiple drawers this useful piece of furniture has a marble top. The fall front desk surface is covered with gold tooled leather. Please note the solid brass ormolu decoration. We make no secret of our enthusiasm for these compact desks which have come back into favour in the age of the laptop computer. There are some small veneer losses which do not impede use and could be addressed in a number of ways.
76 cm wide x 38 cm high and 131 cm high.
An antique refectory table made in France and recently imported into Australia. A sensible and practical long and narrow table, great cofiguration for famiily or entertaining (or both?).
20 cm long x 90cm wide and 75 cm high.
Price A$ 990
A reproduction armchair in the French Louis XV style.
75 cm wide x 60 cm deep and 80 cm high.
Price A$ 385
An oak single door cabinet made in France in oak around the start of the 1900’s. A veru useful and practical piece of antique furniture.
80 cm wide x 54 cm deep and 97 cm high.
A reproduction chest in the antique French style.
50 cm wide x 43 cm deep and 108 cm high
Approx 10 years old and in excellent condition. This useful piece of furniture is made of solid wood and capable of supporting the largest of modern TV’s. Two storage drawers below.
141 cm wide x 42 cm deep and 55 cm high.
This is an unusual one that we have seen before. A very solid pair of bedside chests that have been created from a twin pedestal dressing table from the mid 1900’s. They are made from solid wood and the only evidence of their former life is on the inner wall. The part that normally rests against or near the bed.
Each 36 cm wide x 48 cm deep and 65 cm high.