An unusual item, this heavy oak cabinet has two doors drawer and a rare service slide. A flat drawer hidden below the top that extends to provide 30% more service or display area. Very thick and solid oak, obviously made around 1900, with little regard to skimping on materials or cabinet work.
The top (or upper back) can be removed for transport.
While useable, please note the following items may require attention.
1.Finish extesively scratched and worn.
2. One handle missing on drawer.
3. Approx 3 cm of finishing trim not present.
4. Fabric lining in top drawer needs removal.
112 cm wide x 57 cm deep x 148 cm high.
A set of four (4) restored dining chairs from the English Georgian period (1714 to 1837). Featuring the wide seat and elegant restrained decoration that are the hallmarks of this classic era of furniture making. The French blue leather re-upholstered seat complements the dark mahogany wood frame.
5 cm wide x 50 cm deep and 100 cm high.
Price A$800 (4).
A set of six ladder back chairs with rush seating. Immortalised by Vincent van Gogh in the painting of his bedroom at Arles (1888). These are also in common use in the farmhouses in France Belgium and Holland to this day.
47 cm wide x 44 cm deep and 105 cm high
Price A$790 (for 6)
A steel and glass table made in France by reputable international designers Grange.
The glass features a curved bevel around the perimeter. The black steel frame is elegantly shaped and gives the table a timeless charm.
180 cm x 90 cm x 75 cm high.
A set of eight (8) ladder back dining chairs. Authentic reproductions of the style popular in provincial France. Made by reputable Melbourne maker Gaudions approx. 20 years ago. These chairs would have sold for between $600 and $700 each. Now this does sound a bit like retail spiel, but we have a similar set at home and they are ideal for the rough and tumble of family life.
50 cm x 50 cm x 110 cm high at the back.
A complete set of six oak framed antique chairs for the dining or kitchen table. In excellent restored condition these are ready for immediate use.
48 cm wide x50 cm deep and 100 cm high a=t the back.
A fine mahogany example fitted with a drawer and castors. From the pre Victorian era (1800 to 1830) with drop sides this is a useful and elegant entertaining table for the home. Some of the finer aspects of the cabinet maker’s skill are partly hidden. The castors concealed beneath the feet and the delicate turning on the pedestal, fully revealed when the side flaps are lifted.
105 cm long x 63 cm wide and 72 cm high.