From the 1930’s this wooden table would have been made in Australia from solid Tasmanian Oak. This sensible twin pedestal leg design allows flexible and comfortable seating for four, six or even eight people. Also would make a stylish desk.
90 cm x 150 cm x 76 cm high.
A good quality upholstered footstool with a definite vintage Moroccan feel. Strong, firm padding with turned legs. The genuine colour is best represented in the detail shots.
110 cm x 85 cm x 35 cm high.
A rare fully fitted cabin trunk by highly regarded Philadelphian maker Belber (founded 1891). This example made around the time of the Jazz Age. While these do crop up from time to time, it is increasingly hard to find no dampness, original lining fabrics and the presence of the manufacturer’s laundry bags, would be possibly unique. Replacement keys are included.Item MeasurementsClosed 65 cm x 55 cm x 106 cm highOpen 112 cm x 28 cm x 106 cm high. Now Sold
A drinks cabinet from the 1940’s incorporating a removable chess board. On the reverse of the chess board is a German game with which we are not familiar.
Space inside for bottles and glasses and four drawers on the outside
70 cm x 50 cm x 63 cm high.
A brown leather reclining armchair from the 1980’s. In good operating condition. No faults to mention.
89 cm wide x 90 cm deep and 100 cm high.
A pair of natural solid oak bedside tables with fixed marble tops. These would have been made in France around 1900. The tops are fixed. Each includes a cabinet with door and a drawer. The price is for two.
44 cm wide x 39 cm deep and 89 cm high.