From the late 1900’s this is a particularly large chest of drawers that doesn’t take up too much floor space. The drawers operate smoothly and this chest has been doing a great storage job for over 100 years. While the painted finish exhibits many superficial scratches we feel it would look fabulous stripped as the entire piece is made of Kauri pine. Al handles intact.
125 cms wide x 55 cms deep and 145 cms high
Made in England around 1950 this reproduction chest of drawers features Beautiful burr walnut veneers and solid brass bracket handles.
80 cms wide x 49 cms deep and 84 cms high
Price A$ 265
A large anique chest of drawers possibly in cedar but definitely in need of a good clean up.
104 cms wide, 44 deep and 970 high
An antique cedar chest of drawers with perfect genuine colour or patina. Nothing is perfect however and the top and right hand side are exhibiting significant expansion cracks. So why are we offering this for sale? essentially it is in good still useable condition and the cracks could be inexpensively and effectively dealt with by inserting beaumontage or melted coloured wax into the gap. Please ask us for more details if required.
94 cms wide, 45 cms deep and 78 cms high.
An antique bow fronted chest of drawers made in the late 1800’s and featuring mahogany veneer.
In good useable condition.
Some marks in the top, a section of veneer missing from directly above the right hand top drawer and a piece of cock beading missing from the lower right drawer.
105 cms wide x 55 cms deep and 102 cms high. Price A$420
A particularly well carved and substantial oak chest made in France in the Gothic Revival style known as Henri II to the French.
If you have the space (and not everyone will) you will want this absolutely rare and useful piece of the cabinet maker’s craft. Made in the last half of the 19th century.
Please note, the majority of the missing parts, handle, lower left side panel and skirt trim are included in this sale.
215 cms wide and 75 cms deep and 133 cms high.
An antique cedar chest of drawers made in Australia around 1900. As you will no doubt already be aware this magical and now extremely rare timber is impervious to borer and at the same time, light and strong. We would also like to rave about the beautiful colour and patina however that should be apparent in the photos. There are some splits and wear in the attached images. These don’t impede use and we can demonstrate an easy way to rectify this if you are interested.
111 cms wide, 49 cms deepand 115 cms high