A drinks cabinet from the 1940’s incorporating a removable chess board. On the reverse of the chess board is a German game with which we are not familiar.
Space inside for bottles and glasses and four drawers on the outside
70 cm x 50 cm x 63 cm high.
This oak framed display cabinet would have been made in France around 1900. With it’s tall dimensions and relatively small footprint this would suit the larger or more compact home. At the same time providing a dust free environment for your china, glass, books or other special items.
93 cm wide x 52 cm deep and 191 cm high.
In sympathetically restored condition this pantry cabinet is in two pieces and can be separated without tools for easy transport, Two sliding glass doors above with plate racks and two further sliding doors for large storage below. No faults to speak of.
122 cm wide x 44 cm deep and 191 cm high.
A bedside cupboard from the Edwardian period with clean lines and one shelf within. Handle is antique and of the period but may not be the original.
40 cm wide x 35 cm deep and 74 cm high.
A desk top stationery cabinet made in Australia by Clarke and Sons. Craftsman made from rare cedar it was made in the last half of the 1800’s. In very original condition regarding patina and some bruising of the wood. Authentic architectural hardware in the handles and internal latches.
Use with or without the doors.
123 cm wide x 29 cm deep and 66 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.