A hand painted antique drinking glass from the late 19th century and made in the area now known as Germany. Gold painted decoration and extensive wear on the base. 12 cm high and 10 cm diameter. Ref. 13738.2 $39
Genuine early 19th century chest with original drawer handles and decorative apron to the front, and bracket feet. The wood is flame mahogany with the, rare to find, original patina. Measurements are 123 cm wide 57 cm deep and standing 113 cm high. The price is $890
In absolutely wonderful condition this 140 year old piece of furniture is in museum condition. Please note the detailed carving recorded in the photos. Even down to the original brass tooled wingnuts used to hold the adjustable mirror in the angle selected. Would look great in an antique or modern environment.
120 cm wide x 58 cm deep and 165 cm high
An elegantly carved pair of bedside cabinets with marble tops made in France around 1880.
Each one is 42 cm x 42 cm x 88 cm high
Price A$1450 pair.
This one is “very antique”, should there be such a thing. Made in France in the early 1800’s this solid and substantial desk with fold down writing surface is a potential museum piece. from the particularly large writing area with it’s curved edge, to heavy locks and one off handles it is completely original. The secret compartment hidden in the table floor is an added extra. One shortcoming may be the lack of keys, however with the locks intact, they could be removed and new keys cut in the future
121 cms wide, 60 cms deep and 110 cms high.
An intriguing oak trunk from the early 1800’s with the candle tray that is the hallmark of antique coffers. Two drawers below and lovely original patina.
127 cms high 55 cms wide x and 80 cms deep.