Silky oak bedside cabinet from the early 1900s in the Arts and Crafts style. One vertical rib missing from the upper right. Measurements are 57 cm wide, 40 cm deep and 82 cm high. Price is $95.
Pair of hardwood chimney side cabinets made from solid wood. Finished on the outer side and not finished on the inside. A total of 4 compartments and four keys, each lower larger compartment has three (3) shelves and fittings for cusomised height. Some extensive (not deep) scratches on the top but largely in good condition and very usable as is. Each cabinet measures 71 cm wide 35 cm deep and stands 110cm high. Price for two is $390.
Indonesian 4 door cabinet with delightfull silk lined interior. Cast iron metal work handles. Measurements are 100 cm wide, 44 cm deep and 175cm high price $680
Antique bedside cabinet circa 1900 made from cedar. Internal compartments divided in two with a shelf. Measurements are 38 cm by 35cm standing 78 cm high. Price $245
Interesting old time dresser/ sideboard with top backboard. A very small footprint in your kitchen for quite a large amount of storage here. A solid and antique base with a possibly later top. Comes apart (two pieces) for transport and installation. Measurements are 128cm wide by 38 cm deep, the base is 110 cm vertically, and the overall height is 230 cm. Price was $340, now reduced to $285.
Modernist compact sideboard, as original with one sliding door. Would benefit from repolishing. Inside fitted with adjustable shelves on one side and 4 drawers on the other. Probably as much storage, and as well organised in something this size, as is possible. The measurements are 91 cm wide 43 cm deep and 69 cm high.
Marble top French bedside cabinet, late 19th century 1 drawer and 1 door, standing on 4 carved legs. Measurements are 45 cm wide x 36 cm 30 and 88 cm high. Note borer holes Illustrated in photographs no longer active . Price $395
Made in England from oak in the 1920/30 period. Two door cabinet above three drawers.
79 cm wide x 47 cm deep and 122 cm high.
A genuine Australian meatsafe from the last quarter of the 1800’s A large example of this colonial kitchen essential. Recently made solid it may be enhanced with the fitting of perforated zinc in the doors, fly wire or possibly removing the mesh all together.
For linen, pantry or as one of our customers suggested, art supplies.
Please note the top is still covered with it’s original tin capping.
125 cm wide x 47 cm deep and180 cm high.
An oak single door cabinet made in France in oak around the start of the 1900’s. A veru useful and practical piece of antique furniture.
80 cm wide x 54 cm deep and 97 cm high.