Some kitchen items from Australia ( Hoffman bowl $8, Persinware scales $29, both 1940’s). And from Europe, pewter tankards 1970 $9 ea, pewter candlestick c1830 $29.
Lots of treasure, but no pressure to purchase. Call in for a complimentary espresso ( or maybe a chilled water if it hits 30 degrees again). We strongly suspect that we prefer chatting to attending to our list of jobs.
Some interesting items, lamp, book stand and jewellery box with mirror. All received a couple of hours ago. Plus some antique decanters that we illustrated earlier. Hope you are all cruising at a comfortable speed as we head down the on ramp and merge with the congested Christmas motorway to Tinsel Time.
One always feels special when having salon de sushi for lunch. Fresh salmon, soft seaweed wrappers, and only $5.90. What a bargain. Must remember to ask Nina about the olive. Haven’t seen it anywhere else, but it fits right in and… I always eat it first.
Five decanters 1800 to 1990. $44 to$110.
A pair of late 20th century bedside cabinets. Made in China. $150 each.
You may a magnifying glass to read the poster. I did, and I work here. This Thursday to Saturday Richard Moss and Milijana will create a theatrical séance to celebrate the 100th birthday of the great Welsh poet Dylan Thomas. Starts at 8pm, and rumour is that every ticket includes a complimentary glass of wine. We hope he would approve.
Modern dining table with black glass top set into the frame. $590. The price includes eight black high back chairs which we suspect are vinyl. If this is the case it will be good news for animals the world over. If not, well leather enthusiasts may find their interest revived.
Deeply embossed brass top standing on six folding legs. 900 mm diameter. $285.
A silver gentleman’s pocket watch with key. Machined bezel on sides and back. The key wound mechanism suggests pre 1900. $185.