A particularly well carved and substantial oak chest made in France in the Gothic Revival style known as Henri II to the French.
If you have the space (and not everyone will) you will want this absolutely rare and useful piece of the cabinet maker’s craft. Made in the last half of the 19th century.
Please note, the majority of the missing parts, handle, lower left side panel and skirt trim are included in this sale.
215 cms wide and 75 cms deep and 133 cms high.
From the late 1800’s this Victorian antique chest of drawers is finished in authentic mahogany veneer. Entirely useable this chest has been doing its job for 100 years and would benefit from restoration at some time in the future. At this price it offers an affordable introduction to the world of beautiful and practical antique furniture.
100 cms wide, 43 cms deep and 110 cms high. Price A$220
An antique mahogany chest of drawers that has been remodelled, and fitted with replacement handles. A grat practical addition to the period or more modern home.
116 cms wide x 48 cms deep and 104 cms high
A repolished and fully useable antique chest of drawers made in Australia arround 1900 from cedar. We still remember when ww were first told, around 25 years ago, that this most sought after timber is also impervious to woodworm. Should prove a good investment for generations to come.
1140cms wide x 46 cms deep and 116 cms high.
Price A$ 790
A very old solid oak desk in the medieval style, probably made in the mid to late 1800’s in Europe. Some repairs would help but are certainly not required for use. (some drawer handles are missing along with a small corner block at the rear left). Please see photographs. $790
145 cms widex 74 cms deep a
nd 80 cms high.
From the early 1900’s this three drawer blouse chest offers useful and practical bedroom storage. $125
67 cms wide, 40 cms deep and 100 cms high.
A pair of two matching cabinets with sliding doors and iron re-enforced corners. From Japan or possibly Korea, early 20th century. In good order with doors working well, they can be stacked, as photographed here, or used individually as bedsides.
Each is 60 cms wide x 32 cms deep and 42 cms high (as illustrated here 84 cms high).