Mahogany veneer display cabinet or bookcase. Sometimes known as a pier cabinet, and referred to as such in the accompanying documentation from Acorn Antiques. Made in Egland around 1870. Beautiful decorative inlay with some losses which are detailed in the photographs. Please note the velvet lined interior. Measurements are 120cm wide 33 cm deep and 110cm high. Price is $1,200
Kauri pine kitchen cabinet with 2 glass display doors above and two storage doors below. C. 1900 very clean and original piece showing just the right amount of wear. Measurements are 180cm wide and 54 cm deep at the base, above 33 cm deep and overall standing 200 cm high. Price $590
Music cabinet or glass fronted bookcase with brass gallery on top at rear. Two brass handles on the side and key. This is a genuine rosewood antique made in England 1850 to 1880. Measurements 70 cm by 40 cm by 100 cm high. Now Sold.
Antique reproduction display cabinet with glass door, lock and key. Decorative carving to the front and top. Four shelves. Measurements are 77 cm x 40 cm x 185 cm high. Price $295
A large display cabinet in the deco style with two glass doors above and two blind doors below. Measurements are. 95 cm x 45 cm x 150 cm high. Now Sold.
With electric light that illuminates through all the glass shelves. This mahogany stained cabinet also has two drawers below. Excellent display and dust free storage for your china glass, books, models or jewellery.
98 cm wide x 45 cm deep and 185 cm high.
A quite magnificent Kauri pine cabinet in two pieces. Made in the late 1800’s in with a lovely blonde colouring and original glass. Includes keys.
130 cm wide x 52 cm deep and 214 cm high.
A blackwood display cabinet from the 1930’s with two glass shelves and glass sides. Cabriole legs and and a carved rope edge on the top. There is one key. Some light scratches otherwise no faults to speak of.
95 cm wide x 40 cm deep and 130 cm high.
In need of some cosmetic attention, this fabulous leadlight cabinet features some of the most extensive decorative glass work we have seen. The intact bakelite handles are also a real feature.
True it is not all good news as there are cracks in four of the panels on the main door. This could be removed for transport to a repairer (we know just the guy). Plus the veneer would definitely be improved with a little patching and re-glueing. Overall this a truly stylish showcase for your collection, that could be inexpensively improved.
120 cm wide x 36 cm deep and 115 cm high.
Price Now Sold
This oak framed display cabinet would have been made in France around 1900. With it’s tall dimensions and relatively small footprint this would suit the larger or more compact home. At the same time providing a dust free environment for your china, glass, books or other special items.
93 cm wide x 52 cm deep and 191 cm high.
Price Now Sold