Antique Cedar Bookcase, Cabinet Cupboard

An impressive tall antique bookcase made in Australia from rare cedar in the late 1800s. As is traditional the bookcase separates into two pieces facilitating transport and installation. Fabulous library storage, that has been quietly doing its job caring for books for over 100 years. There is further capacity available in the large drawer and cupboard below.
123 cms wide, 50 cms deep and 224 cms high

Writing Bureau Mahogany Veneer Chippendale Style Compact Desk

Item Description

From the 1960s this mahogany veneered writing bureau or secretaire is a very effective desk. It is always clear and ready for action and there are three large drawers below. Open up the locked flap to reveal a leather topped writing surface, pigeon holes and more compact small drawers. $295

Item Measurements.

76 cms wide, 50 cms deep and 100 cms high

Oak Leadlight Display Cabinet Arts and Crafts Bookcase

An Arts and Crafts style bookcase with lead light doors and adjustable shelves made in Australia in the first half of the 1900’s. Perfect for your library or china collection.

Item Measurements

115 cms wide by 30 cms deep and 155 cms high

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.About Us

We have been operating for 30 years, selling antique furniture on consignment from this Victorian terrace shop.

The item you are currently viewing online can be inspected seven days a week at Grays 303 Clarendon Street, South Melbourne. Open Monday to Saturday 10 to 5, and Sunday from 12 to 5. Phone 96905557

Delivery Options. We offer an affordable local delivery service on most Saturday mornings. Longer distances and interstate delivery contacts are available by arrangement.

Please note that all our items are simultaneously on display in our South

Melbourne shop. Best to confirm availability prior to purchasing online.

Leather Armchair

This Italian designed chie is a private inport from Hamburg. Designed and manufactured in the late 90’s. The footrest slides back and the backrest tilts to convert into a regular armchair.
Affording lots of reclining time to read that Andre Malraux book “The artist is not the transcriber of the world. he is its rival”

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