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
Made in France in the Louis XV th style popular in the early 1900’s this fabulous glass display with it’s carved wooden exterior offers elegant storage.
80 cms wide x 45 cms deep and 185 cms high. Price $1240
A carved wooden lamp from 1950 and a Masons dinner plate in the Bible pattern from 1830/40. The lamp is $110 and the plate is $89.
Part of French 3 piece suite c1880 reupholstered 2150, display cabinet 295, pair of elaborate antique candleabra from France again 1155, champagne ice bucket repro silver plate 95, dilapidated chandelier 69, statue 195.
A large portion of an eight place setting in a delightful blue. Pasta plates, café au laît cups, bread and butter and dinner plates. $195. L
Collection of tea pots 1910 to present day $19 to $59, displayed in wine boxes laid as shelves $29 to $39ea. Plus the tops of a pair of 50’s chairs, part of a lounge suite for $490 that we hope to illustrate later in the week.
Mostly 20th Century. $3 to $45. Art and function. From it’s beginnings in China thousands if years ago, when this was the only colour available, right to the present day.