This cabinet was made in Tibro, Denmark around 1960/70.
Includes a handy wooden sliding shelf hidden in the top of the cupboard.
Shelves are adjustable.
There is no key, however the doors close securely without it.
85 cm wide x 42 cm deep x 198 cm high.
A Tasmanian oak open bookshelf made in the 1970’s and capable of storing a large number of books in an accessible fashion in a fairly compact space.
160 cm wide x 23 cm deep and 118 cm high.
A tall bookshelf made in Australia in the 1960’s. from solid wood.
93 cm wide x 20 cm deep and 120 cm high.
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A useful open bookshelf made in Australia from pine in the 1970’s. No faults of a serious nature. Two finishing wood buttons missing from the top plank.
102 cm wide x 28 cm deep and 102 cm high
A display cabinet from the 1950’s in the Queen Anne style with a large two door cupboard (with shelf) below. Some light scratches otherwise no faults to mention.
Has a relatively small footprint yet housing a large elegant cabinet with further storage in the cabinet below.
70 cm x 39 cm deep and 187 cm high.
A genuine Chinese antique altar that could be used as a bookcase or sideboard. Purchased in Hong Kong by the owners approx. 40 years ago, we believe this is a Qing dynasty (1636 – 1912) piece, probably mid to late 19th century. There are some losses to the fretwork decoration on the sides, otherwise in good usable order. A useful and extremely rare antique in this now extremely sought after area of antiques. Ideal display area for a collection of Chinese ceramics.
98 cm x 14 cm x 193 cm high.
A large oak bookcase made in France around 1900 from solid oak. A practical addition to your office, study or loungeroom. Please note that while being an entirely useable item at present, this piece has a gap in the skirting (3mm) bottom left. This does not affect operation of doors or overall stability. All doors are fitted with working locks.
165 cm wide x 35 cm deep and 187 cm high.