A fine pair of oak bedside cabinets made in France around 1900 (or a little earlier). original handles at the top, we are not so sure about the bottom. Apparently glass knobs were in use at this time however they not be the original versions here. Otherwise authentic solid and useable. Lovely warm marble tops.
Estimated. 45 cm x 45 cm x 90 cm high each.
An unusual item. These two cabinets would have originally been part of a larger piece of antique furniture, possibly a dressing table.
In their present form they make excellent bedside storage. Made fom Kauri pine and created in the late 1800’s. Australian.
Each is 38 cm wide 52 cm deep and 190 cm high.
Price A$390 for two.
A pair of antique reproduction wine tables in good order ( some slight surface marks and very solid). Stamped “made in Italy”. Price is for two.
50 cm wide and 60 cm high.
An antique compact desk made from hardwood in India in the early 1900’s. In excellent condition it’s dimensions are suitable for large or smaller premises.
91 cm wide x 45 cm deep and 76 cm high.
A pair of elaborate French bedsides in the Louis XV style. These are reproduction pieces of fine quality with brass ormolu handles and gilt painted highlights. Some marks commensurate with age (they are about 40 years old).
62 cm wide x 40 cm deep and 76 cm high.
A tall antique style Chinese table with two levels.
A very solid and interesting side table originally supplied by reputable retailer The Orient Express.
42 cm square and 77 cm high.
This is an unusual one that we have seen before. A very solid pair of bedside chests that have been created from a twin pedestal dressing table from the mid 1900’s. They are made from solid wood and the only evidence of their former life is on the inner wall. The part that normally rests against or near the bed.
Each 36 cm wide x 48 cm deep and 65 cm high.