Large mirror comprising three glass panels set in a frame decorated with Art Nouveau motifs. $110. c.1910
Fruitwood armorial cabinet from France,
in the 18th Century style. $1155. Probably early 1900’s.
Arts and Crafts sideboard or hall table by W.H.Rocke and Co, $385 and hand beaten shell cases from the First World War with similarly inspired organic motifs. $59 each.
Leather compact couch made in Hawthorn, Victoria in 1960 $890 and two armchairs made in Paris France 1960 $1400. .
Antique chest from Northern Europe in Baltic Pine. Original locks, and probably made around 1850.
Two comfortable armchairs $1245, and a pair of oak bedsides. 1950 and 1910 respectively.
Reproduction table lamp $198.
While I have never unpacked a full shipping container of antiques, we do two or three collections like this one a week.
On the ute today, Wingback armchairs, leather topped desk from 1890, Edwardian towel rails, mahogany balloon back chairs from the late 1800’s, a farmhouse table and more.
Victorian marble topped washstand from the late 1800’s and a reproduction black, cast iron chandelier that could be rewired, or might look rather nice running on candle power.
Photographed in our tumbledown stairwell, a reproduction hat stand in the bentwood style $185, and a frameless mirror $25.