A lovely cedar colour and original handles, enhance the appearance of this substantial antique chest of drawers. Cedar is widely regarded as one of the finest timbers for our Australian Victorian and Edwardian Furniture.
A very practical piece for home use.
118 cm wide x 48 cm deep and 126 cm high.
Upholstered in a fine fabric this footstool is well made with no faults to mention. The same height as a standard dining chair at 46 cm.
123 cm c 53 cm x 46 cm high.
An antique chest of drawers made in Australia in the late 1800’s. All handles intact and drawers operating smooothly.
10 cm split in the top that is commensurate with age and does not affect use. Please see photograph to assist your assessment.
90 cm wide x 42 cm deep and 88 cm high.
This stylish and comfortable silk armchair is in excellent sprung order. Bedroom or loungeroom would be your choice, these are very hard to get in this condition.
80 cm wide x 100 cm deep and 102 cm high at the back.
A well sized chest of drawers (not too deep), in very good condition. Featuring iron handles, solid tongue in groove drawer bases and an excellent finish in amid brown.
150cm wide x 42 cm deep and 77 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.
From the early 1900’s this useable piece of furniture is a traditional Australian American piece made from wooden kerosene boxes covered in fabric and fitted into a wooden frame mostly, as in this case, bound with seagrass decoration. Historically accurate and still entirely usable.
One of two in stock in stock at the time of writing.
60 cm wide x 40 cm deep and 102 cm high