From the 1960 to 1970 period this dressing table was made in Japan from solid oak. Useful storage and compact overall dimensions combined with 9 drawers of storage and a much larger wing mirror than we normally see on much larger versions. No faults to speak of and the mirror lifts off without tools for easy and convenient transport.
89 cm wide x 40 cm deep and 180 cm high.
In absolutely wonderful condition this 140 year old piece of furniture is in museum condition. Please note the detailed carving recorded in the photos. Even down to the original brass tooled wingnuts used to hold the adjustable mirror in the angle selected. Would look great in an antique or modern environment.
120 cm wide x 58 cm deep and 165 cm high
A modern dressing table with a large mirror and substantial smooth operating doors that each contain two separate compartments (please see photographs).
120 cm wide by 50 cm deep and 184 cm high.
An antique mirror for the top of your chest of drawers or other table. mirror tilts and the base includes one compartment with lift up lid.
65 cms wide x 24 cms deep and 71 cms high.
An antique dressing table with original metalwork handles and in excellent condition as largely in the same family for the last
Finished in, sought after, huon pine. Drawers, mirror and castors all working well.
107 cms wide x 51 cms deep and 172 cms high.
An elegant tilting mirror in a mid brown, that matches cedar particularly well.
55 cms wide, 23 cms deep and 58 cms high.
We have been operating for 30 years, selling antique furniture on consignment from this Victorian terrace shop.
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Due in next Wednesday ( July 3rd ), a large collection of Ivorine. This is a resin product from the first part of the 20th century. The cream colour is accentuated by the grain or striations found in genuine ivory. This group of objects has been acquired by a local artist over the last 30 years. Prices range from $5 to $50.