An antique kitchen dresser from the early 1900’s in two parts that resssembles without tools. One of the subtler details, indicating this one is over 100 years old, is the fine double bead running horizonally across the front of the exposed upper shelves.
122 cm wide x 50 cm deep and 205 cm high.
Green garden setting $275, Fred Ward armchair $990, bookshelf $220
A tall bookshelf made in Australia in the 1960’s. from solid wood.
93 cm wide x 20 cm deep and 120 cm high.
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A useful open bookshelf made in Australia from pine in the 1970’s. No faults of a serious nature. Two finishing wood buttons missing from the top plank.
102 cm wide x 28 cm deep and 102 cm high
From the early 20th Century this fall front desk or escritoire provides a compact desk for laptop or conventional (pen and paper) work. Lift the desk up and your workspace is discretely hidden, while your books are still accessible below. Please note the period brassware.
60 cm wide x 31 cm deep and 116 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.
A genuine Chinese antique altar that could be used as a bookcase or sideboard. Purchased in Hong Kong by the owners approx. 40 years ago, we believe this is a Qing dynasty (1636 – 1912) piece, probably mid to late 19th century. There are some losses to the fretwork decoration on the sides, otherwise in good usable order. A useful and extremely rare antique in this now extremely sought after area of antiques. Ideal display area for a collection of Chinese ceramics.
98 cm x 14 cm x 193 cm high.