Blouse Chest of Drawers Depression Bedroom Seagrass Storage

From the early 1900’s this useable piece of furniture is a traditional Australian American piece made from wooden kerosene boxes covered in fabric and fitted into a wooden frame mostly, as in this case, bound with seagrass decoration. Historically accurate and still entirely usable.

One of two in stock in stock at the time of writing.

Item Measurements

60 cm wide x 40 cm deep and 102 cm high

Price A$135

Antique Scottish Chest of Drawers Part For Restoration Currently Useable

The main storage unit from a “Scottish” chest of dawers made from flame mahogany veneers in the mid to late 1800s. The last photograph (from the internet is an example of how this chest would appear with the missing stand and the barley sugar columns missing from the front lower half.

What is good about this piece would be a fair question?

1. Useable as intended i.e. a chest of drawers immediately.

2. Very inexpensive.

3. The legs and columns are so much easier to recreate than the chest itself. In fact the columns may be available as reproductions from Graeme Brown’s excellent estblishment in Armadale, Victoria. Even if you don’t tackle this project, why not treat yourself to a visit to this Aladdin’s cave of restoration supplies.

Item Measurements

126 cm x 59 cm x 120 cm high.

Price A$380

…………………………………………………………………

About Us

We have been operating for 30 years, selling antique furniture on consignment from this Victorian terrace shop.

The item you are currently viewing online can be inspected seven days a week at Grays 303 Clarendon Street, South Melbourne. Open Monday to Saturday 10 to 5, and Sunday from 12 to 5. Phone 96905557

Delivery Options. We offer an affordable local delivery service on most Saturday mornings. Longer distances and interstate delivery contacts are available by arrangement.