Made from solid oak this French display cabinet with three glass shelves is in excellent condition. It comes apart (without tools) into two pieces for trasport. Featuring detailed carving on the top and sides.
130 cm wide x 47 cm deep and 190 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.
You are right!. You probably haven’t seen this configuration before. Unless you have visited South Africa where this piece was made in the early 1900’s.
Lots of vintage style storage for books, china, and drinks here in handy compact dimensions (less than one metre wide and 1/3 metre deep).
92 cm wide x 31 cm deep and 124 cm high.
Tall glass display cabinet with a lockable door and key. Four adjustable glass shelves and a mirror back. Reproduction in the antique style. Made by reputable Melbourne maker J. McCain.
Exterior.70 cm wide x 40 cm deep and 183 cm high.
Interior. 60 cm wide x 42 cm deep
Made in the 1930’s this tall Chippendale revival display features the trade mark style of rope edge trim and ball and claw feet. Glass shelves, lock and key make this a practical decorative item.
Condition report. In good order with some light scratching. The top planks have contracted with age (70 years) and there is now a 1 mm gap (please see photograph).
94 cm x 440cm x 146 cm high
An interesting example of mid century Australian pottery. In excellent order and clearly marked for the well known South Yarra potter Eric Juckert. (Australia 1918 to 2004).
25 cm x 14 cm x 21 cm high.
A genuine antique cabinet or storage unit from the early 1900’s. Some marks commensurate with age and in good useable condition.
140 cm wide x 50 cm deep and 97 cm high