Six antique chairs and a tea trolley,
Repro coffee table and a repro lamp (sold),
Table lamp (sold),
Antique cedar table and four antique balloon backed chairs.
And more in the same line,
Tim Richards painting,
1920’s jug and basin,
Butler’s tray and folding table,
French style chair (sold)
Herewith some last minute items for your consideration Dear Reader
Edwardian chaise longue.
Andrew Sibley, Charcoal sketch.
Another life study, Artist unknown.
Fowlers Vacola bottling unit.
From the early 1900’s. In one family for the last 50 years. This American maker is quite highly regarded by collectors. Was $299, now $221. Must dust more regularly.
Two well made pieces. The larger has a hinged lid and contains secret bounty, half a dozen bottle green cushions. There are a couple of small paint marks on the fabric so the price is now down from $60 to $45 (and you don’t have to take the cushions).
The other , a footstool, no compartment . In it’s place a feather filled, large cushion on a sturdy base. also reduced from $60 to $45.
Four stools to be sold as per. Were $79 each, now $59 each.
Two years old, being sold as a result of a house move. This setting comprise a two seater couch plus a fitted chaise and a separate rectangular footstool.
Was $500, now $375
With feather stuffed cushions and sprung edge and everything. Was $399, now $299.
Reproduction pine kitchen cabinet in two pieces. A handy narrower size than normal measuring 89 centimetres wide, 40 deep and 214 high. With plate racks. Was $189, now $141.25
1980’s. Fully adjustable. Was $99, now $74.75