This mahogany veneered chest woud have been made in England (or possibly Australia), in the last quater of the 1800’s. All drawers operate smoothly. Some veneer is missing (principally lower right at the the front and back left at the top). Please see photos for more detail on this).
105 cm wide x 48 cm deep and 118 cm high.
A fine pair of oak bedside cabinets made in France around 1900 (or a little earlier). original handles at the top, we are not so sure about the bottom. Apparently glass knobs were in use at this time however they not be the original versions here. Otherwise authentic solid and useable. Lovely warm marble tops.
Estimated. 45 cm x 45 cm x 90 cm high each.
An antique table with a decoratively carved base (later castors). Top will tilt to vertical position for storage.
130 cm x 100 cm x 78 cm high.
An early (c.1850) sideboard in mahogany featuring unusual sliding doors. Sought after authentic condition, with warm honey colour and original patina. We presently have another, smaller alternative chiffonier in stock.
140 cm wide x 56 cm deep and 97 cm high.
An unusual item. These two cabinets would have originally been part of a larger piece of antique furniture, possibly a dressing table.
In their present form they make excellent bedside storage. Made fom Kauri pine and created in the late 1800’s. Australian.
Each is 38 cm wide 52 cm deep and 190 cm high.
Price A$390 for two.
Approximately 150 years old, this antique Chinese sideboard would look magnificent in a larger room or hall. A very hard to obtain item in lovely original condition.
244 cm wide x 48 cm deep and 96 cm high.
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