12 months old (owner is moving interstate). This as new lovely soft couch was made by well known maker Domayne. Price includes the illustrated footstool.
Couch 205 cms x 90 cms x 80 cms high
Stool 90 cms x 70 cms x 48 cms high.
A large highly decorated round plaster framed mirror. Some small broken areas around the extreme perimeter. Please see photographs. Easily painted over.
85 cms wide x 6 cms deep.
An antique mahogany chest of drawers that has been remodelled, and fitted with replacement handles. A grat practical addition to the period or more modern home.
116 cms wide x 48 cms deep and 104 cms high
A low reproduction chest of drawers made in the Georgian style.
An elegant and useable piece of furniture that could be used against the wall or even at the bed end.
142 cms x 56 cms x 85 cms high
A large antique 1860/1880 chest of drawers with flame mahogany veneer. We believe that the legs are missing however this does not inhibit its use and can be rectified later if required. one can imagine that standing on legs would make this an impressive piece. Please note that appropriate legs would be available at Graeme Brown in Malvern
125 cms x 58 cms x 123 cms high
Roll top desk in great working order. Yes even the roll top which locks. At some time in the past a similar bookshelf has been made that sits securely on top. It can be removed and sold separately if not required.
Roll top 136 cm x 78 cm x 112 cm high
Bookshelf 133 cm x 32 cm x 65 cm high
A very long (three metre ) sideboard by the well known Melbourne designer Zoureff. Finely detailed teak made around 1970. Better pictures to follow or upon request.
307 cms wide x 48 cms deep and 80 cms high.
A set of scientific laboratory scales made in Australia around 1970.
40 cms wide x 18 cms deep and 40cms high.
A repolished and fully useable antique chest of drawers made in Australia arround 1900 from cedar. We still remember when ww were first told, around 25 years ago, that this most sought after timber is also impervious to woodworm. Should prove a good investment for generations to come.
1140cms wide x 46 cms deep and 116 cms high.
Price A$ 790
An unusual storage solution, this 1940’s gramaphone cabinet has had all the music equipment removed some time ago. The lift up lid gives access to the top section. The lower half via the two doors on the front.
All good “sound” order.
53 cms wide x 56 cms deep and 110 cms high.