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
A pair of well made modernist bedside chests of three drawers each.
$158 for a pair.
45 cm wide x 35 cm deep and 60 cm high.
A well made chest of drawers finished in white and with large rails on either side. Purchased originally for $1500 this chest is outstanding value at this time.
103 cm wide x 58 cm deep and 99 cm high.
A pair of white bedsides with white marble tops. Drawers operate well. Some paint chips detailed in the photographs.
Each is 65 cms wide x 50 cms deep and 46 cms high
A pair or fine quality black ebonised bedside cabinets made in France around 1900. With white marble tops. Drop down doors are a handy option if space is at a premium.
45 cms wide, 45 cms deep and 88 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).
An antique dressing table comprising a chest and large mirror. Made in Australia in Blackwood around 1910. Excellent condition.
122 cms wide x 55 cms deep and 160 cms high.