A rare fully fitted cabin trunk by highly regarded Philadelphian maker Belber (founded 1891). This example made around the time of the Jazz Age. While these do crop up from time to time, it is increasingly hard to find no dampness, original lining fabrics and the presence of the manufacturer’s laundry bags, would be possibly unique. Replacement keys are included.Item MeasurementsClosed 65 cm x 55 cm x 106 cm highOpen 112 cm x 28 cm x 106 cm highPrice A$1,200
A drinks cabinet from the 1940’s incorporating a removable chess board. On the reverse of the chess board is a German game with which we are not familiar.
Space inside for bottles and glasses and four drawers on the outside
70 cm x 50 cm x 63 cm high.
An oak side table with detailed baroque carving. Probably late 1800’s.
82 cm wide x 57 cm deep and 76 cm high.
From the early 1900’s this antique Suthland drop sided table is made from mahogany with fine square bucket castors on the two supporting legs. Each flap measures 25 cm giving a top area of 65 cm x 54 cm.
Closed and folded this table is 54 cm x 15 cm x 58 cm high.
A compact drop sided Sunderland (side flaps fold down, and can be raised individually when required) table.
featuring genuine period, mahogany colour. Finely turned yet strong, the folding legs are each finished with genuine origial castors.
When closed 60 cm x 25 cm x 61 cm high. each flap will add a futher 29 cm if raised.
Made in Australia in around 1960 by reputable craftsmen Van Treight. This marble top table features fine stone and elaborate carved decoration on all corners. No faults to speak of. We also have a three seater couch and armchairs all in the same colours and style. All originally supplied to the same owner.
90 cm wide x 55 cm deep and 50 cm high.