An unusual little desk in the Queen Anne Revival style.
Probably made in the early 1900’s, the inclined top is at a comfortable angle for parchment or iPad.
Underneath a large storage area for ink bottles or chargers, or whatever!
60 cm wide x 55 cm deep and 76 cm high at the back (standard desk height at the back).
A bedside cupboard from the Edwardian period with clean lines and one shelf within. Handle is antique and of the period but may not be the original.
40 cm wide x 35 cm deep and 74 cm high.
A desk top stationery cabinet made in Australia by Clarke and Sons. Craftsman made from rare cedar it was made in the last half of the 1800’s. In very original condition regarding patina and some bruising of the wood. Authentic architectural hardware in the handles and internal latches.
Use with or without the doors.
123 cm wide x 29 cm deep and 66 cm high.
An original painting of a river scene with a bridge in the background. Artist is Hazlewood (unidentified) and location unknown.
Work 17 cm high x 22 cm wide
Frame 30 cm high 35 cm wide.
An original oil painting of Monsalvat in Eltham Victoria. Though signed, the artist is not known to us.
Work 28 cm wide x 24 cm high
Frame 42 cm wide x 35 cm high
A large woollen rug in the traditional style. This is in good condition with some loosening of the braid on the two unfringed sides. Please see photographs
1.9 metres x 2.9 metres.
This is the second, and slightly smaller rug, in the same style from the one home.A Persian or Turkish rug in the traditional style. Made in wool, all from the last half of the 1900’s.
1.23 metres x 1.94 metres.