Arts and Crafts Sideboard made in Australia around 1910 from solid oak. Featuring quarter sawn uprights, excellent mirror and original handles. The fact that this is still in excellent order after 120 years of use is another reason that we love antiques. Measurements are 152 cm wide, 55 cm deep and 210 cm high. Now Sold.
Quite a remarkable object created with much love and skill. Combining formica panels in a wooden frame of the very finest quality. Hinges and fasteners are also well made. Compartmentalised interior. We really wish we knew the history of this one. Now Sold.
Oak sideboard in the Arts and Crafts style made famous by William Morris in the late 1800’s. Lead light doors to upper cupboards. Two blind cupboards and drawers below. A classic example of this style. Measurements are 154 cm wide 50cm deep and 193cm high. Price $590
Made in Australia in the early 1900’s this blackwood hallstand is in solid original condition with the authentic period hooks and a lift up compartment under the seat. A few light scratches and the circular tin drip trays are missing, otherwise a useful and practical antique.
92 cm wide x 40 cm deep and 205 cm high.
From the early 20th Century this fall front desk or escritoire provides a compact desk for laptop or conventional (pen and paper) work. Lift the desk up and your workspace is discretely hidden, while your books are still accessible below. Please note the period brassware.
60 cm wide x 31 cm deep and 116 cm high.
An Arts and Crafts oak extension table with two leaves and handle. Fully restored and also including six high backed oak chairs. Made in Australia around 1910. $590.
Blackwood Arts and Crafts occaassional table $89 and rare meral bound watch box $39.
A slate topped table (rectangular) on an iron base $89, round kitchen table to seat 4/6 $385 and 6 rush seated chairs $79 ea. the last two from 1980. Art nouveau (repro) light $99, Prices and other details at grays303.com #antiques #vintagefurniture #retrofurniture #secondhandfurniture #melbournefurniture #antiquefurniture #life #decorate #home #living #melbourne #design #grays #antiquesmelbourne #antiquedecorate antique Ansonia clock in a cast iron body $195. Oh and a massive fishbowl for $59.
Armchair with turned legs and cedar chest of drawers. Both late 1800’s. Excellent useable order, almost perfect patina on the chest and sympathetic re upholstery on the armchair. $189 for one, and $890 for the other. Can you guess which is less expensive?
Arts and Crafts sideboard or hall table by W.H.Rocke and Co, $385 and hand beaten shell cases from the First World War with similarly inspired organic motifs. $59 each.