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.
A table lamp incorporating a large conch shell on a mount of smaller shells. Electrified but should be re-inspected.
20 cm diameter and 28 cm high.
This fine quality reproduction is based on a Le Corbusier design from 1928. Compact comfortable and stylish. No wonder it still looks good 90 years after it was first drawn.
Couch 145 cm wide , 70 cm deep and 70 cm high.
Each armchair 90 cm wide, 70 cm deep and 70 cm high.
A repro mirror made to look old with distressed paint and tarnishing around the glass. Looks most effective.
75 cm wide x 150 cm high.
A compact kitchen dresser with a marble work top made from two marble tiles..
92 cm wide x 30 cm deep and 190 cm high.
A series I Planet lamp from this iconic Australian company. Most of us are familiar with the brightly coloured K Series of the late 60s with it’s matching pedestal. This predates that style, originally developed just prior to the 2nd World War in 1938. Continuously made for the next 30 years and originally intended for industrial use by architects, designers (remember the blueprint) and workshop.
Please note that this style has no pedestal and is intended for fixing to the table top. Please don’t hesitate to enquire regarding more information.
Price A$ 245
From the late 19th century, a pair of baluster shaped vases with a fluted lip. The Imari colour scheme with it’s mix of reds, blues and whites, looks just as elegant today as it did 100 years ago. In that former world without planes or even cars.
18 cm diameter and 36 cm high.