A three metre pew from the early 1900’s $670. A chimnea and stand $135, and a smaller iron table in the same style as the table and chairs recently illustrated. $190.
A collection of tribal items assembled during a period in PNG over 45 years ago. Plus one Australian bark painting. What follows is some slightly vague description due to lack of familiarity with these items.
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1/ Woven grass mask from PNG 90 cms long, some evidence of worn paint. $245
2/ Australian Aboriginal bark painting 37 cms $50.
3/ Two woven cane masks, the larger 75 cms. PNG. $79 ea.
4/ A carved story board from the Sepic River district. $150
5/ A painted mask from PNG, straw beard $195.
A decorative garden table from the 1950’s $390, and four matching wire chairs $99 each. I really have trouble dating these. Often described as French, I suspect they are at least made elsewhere. Any info would be appreciated. I can always be contacted in Melbourne Australia on 03 9690 5557.
A late 19th century office captains chair with swivel and tilt function. We have even taken an additional shot of the mechanism it looks so interesting.$98.
18th century painted cabinet with religous inscriptions. Unusually this cabinet will separate vertically. Effectively splitting in two, for ease or handling, narrow staircases etc.
Why not, every so often one needs to imagine that they are at the helm of the Starship Enterprise. Even if realitity is slightly more humdrum. Two American recliners with footstools from the 1980’s.