Blue and white bowls approx. 10 to 14 centimetres across. Age uncertain. $65 to $75 each.
An attractive early Australian dressing table in cedar with a good mirror. The wood is a lovely mellow colour and the mirror is in good shape. Was $590, now $490. the serpentine shape of the top drawer in the main body of the piece is an interesting feature that is not clear in this photograph.
A rare half size font drawer in good condition. This item of printing or typesetting history includes a large collection of graphic type. $195
Two interesting large pots made of brass and probably Japanese. The first on a wooden stand and containing a bed of sand, and a ceramic stand and teapot. Intended for a traditional Japanese tea ceremony. $385.
The second a more recent planter or water pot, also in heavy gauge brass. $79.
From a well known city jazz club , this comfortable couch is from the later part of the 1800’s. the mahogany frame is in good condition. The springing is sound and there are two or three tears in the upholstery that have been loosely stitched up. $445.
Japanese black lacquer coffee table. Top is a little patchy but a good strong decorative frame. $195.
A collection of interesting looking red food tins from Belgium. $59 to $239. A red lacquer table in the oriental style with exposed wood along the corners. $399. Two Chinese bedside tables that are taller than normal, each fitted with a drawer. This photo makes them look reddish, but they are in fact mid brown and are $179 each.
From Connecticut in the U.S., this antique country style table is over 100 years old. Made in pine, it is fitted with a drawer at one end and would seat six to eight people. $445. Also displayed part of a large collection of enamel ware seconds made in Europe. We normally only get this range twice a year and the latest delivery arrived yesterday (Saturday). Prices range from $6 to rarely more than $20.
A useful food preparation table on wheels for inside or outside. $445. The two boxes shown on the shelf are for sale separately for $39 each.
Remodelled in the 60’s this genuine mink was made by Williams of Kew “Furs of Distinction” possibly in the 50’s.
At the time this cosy garment probably cost as much as the deposit on a modest house in that suburb. The ravages of depreciation have left the house unaffected, however the coat is now a mere $195. Actual colour is darker.