Originally imported into Australia by highly regarded specialists Orient Express. This antique sideboard is from the Qing Dynasty, more specifically the 1800s. In excellent restored condition it would suit larger or smaller accomodation. We personally find that Chinese antiques look great in both modern and more traditional settings. No faults to mention.
110 cm wide by 50 cm deep and 86 cm high.
A stylish deck with shallow slide out drawer and cupboard. The drawer mechanism looks like 1980 but the overall appearance is early 1900’s. A useful reproduction piece of furniture.
140 cm wide and 60 cm deep and 76 cm high
A large (50 cm high) pair of cane covered boxes decorated in the Chinese style. Storage for linen, or even, as the interior is lined, firewood. An attractive and practical accessory. Late 20th century. Apart from some minor paint losses there are no faults to mention.
56 cm x 48 cm x 50 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.
An unusual cabinet made in China with elaborately carved doors. Useful size with shelves, cupboard and internal drawers.
95 cm x 43 cm x 166 cm high.
Approximately 150 years old, this antique Chinese sideboard would look magnificent in a larger room or hall. A very hard to obtain item in lovely original condition.
244 cm wide x 48 cm deep and 96 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