Various figures in soapstone, wood and plaster. Including a rather complacent looking young hippo, front and centre for $16.
Tea cups for the true tea enthusiast. In front two Edwardian breakfast cups $75 and $65 each. In the rear a standard, but comparatively diminutive Victorian tea cup $35.
Chinese food pannier, three compartments and lid. $79. Reproduction carved pedestal $110.
Industrial sewing machine and work table $295. 1940’s ironing board $89 and various crates and boxes. $29 to $89.
Grocer’s scales, antique. $245. French provincial style part dinner setting, modern $195. Green enamel shade. 1940’s $69.
A small selection of vintage suitcases which you can fill with books or fabrics or if you’re travelling light, throw in underwear, socks and a second shirt, and you’ll be ready to hit the road. $19 to $29.
Modern couch $350, reproduction pedestal in black lacquer $110, 1960’s Italian lamp $165.
Slightly battered ( but who wouldn’t be ) after a working life of 150 years. These antique solid brass candle sticks have been shedding light over manuscripts, music scores and love letters for generations. Rather good value today during the reign of the LED globe. $39 each, and we are sure you’ll agree after all these years they should stay together.
Antique Kauri pine table. 1900. $445. Four oak reproduction chairs 1960. $236. (4). Royal Albert tea set for four $79.1970.
Danish inspired armchair, stamped Malmo Furniture. 1960/70. $59ea. Three available.