Early Australian Sideboard

An intriguing piece of Early 20th century Australian history. Obviously made from thick dark stained planks of local Eucalypts and incorporating interesting touches like the large curved backboard and cotton reel handles.
All old furniture is interesting to us but this piece in particular with its mix of quality construction incorporating available materials is unique. 124c wide, 54c deep and 140c high. $870. Now reduced to $445



Bookcase on Chest.

This useful piece of furniture is possibly a “marriage” of two pieces, a large Victorian chest of drawers, and a bookcase or display cabinet on top. Having been done probably 50 years ago we feel the combination looks good and works well. Providing an opportunity to store clothes and then display books or china on the same floorspace. 128 c wide, 50 deep and 210 high. $480.




Two Metre Screen

A very tall and luxurious three panel screen of recent manufacture and appearing to have been commissioned regardless of cost. Fitted out with finest identical fabric on both sides. Each facet of these sections surrounded by hundreds of large bronze pins, and each of those three secured by strong brass hinges. $1200.