Pair of chairs in the Jacobean Revival style popular in the early 1900’s. Made from Tasmanian Oak these carver chairs feature the authentic barley sugar twist leg and carving of the period. Varnish surfaces are significantly worn and if this is not your style would require re-finishing in paint or polish. Otherwise in good useable condition as arm, dining, desk or hall chair. Measurements are 55 cm wide x 60 cm deep and 110 cm high.
Edwardian plant stand in solid oak. Quite stable exhibiting a crack in the bottom plate but surprisingly offering a choice of three alternative flat surfaces for display. Measurements are 45 cm by 31 cm and standing 115 cm high. Price is $279
Edwardian chest of drawers. Some splits in the top, otherwise usable condition. Measurements are 108 cm by 55 cm, and standing 76 cm high (to be verified). Price is $295.
Oak Edwardian single bed with barley sugar twist uprights, probably made around 1900. Wire base included, so all you will need is a mattress. Measurements at the head 90 centimetres wide by 133cm high, length 190 cm. Price was $285, now $100 off at $185.
Mantelpiece fireplace surround Kauri pine, antique. Sides trimmed. Measurements are 140 cm wide x 29 cm deep and 140 cm high. Insert gap 90 cm x 90 cm.
Tall mahogany pedestal made around 1920. Square and tapering towards the base. Standing on a firm plinth in the same timber. Decorative fluting and carving to all four sides. Top measurement 30 cm squares and height 103 cm. Price $250.
Deco floral English ceramic porcelain jug and basin with English Cottage scene. Circa 1910/1920. No faults. Measurements are basin 38 cm diameter. Jug 28 cm high and 20 cm diameter. Price reduced, was $98, now $88.
Genuine antique fire grate late Victorian, early Edwardian period. Complete with all iron work and rarely, all tiles in excellent order. No ash tray. Measurements are exterior 95cm wide and 95 cm high. Interior 85 cm wide and 88 centimetres high.
Price is $295
Overmantle from the Edwardian period with mirror. Would fit most standard fireplaces. May suit a vintage style room with a lower ceiling. Please note fragment missing at the top right hand side. Please see photo. Suggestion, why not screw some coat hooks to the lower wooden rail for a very affordable French style hallway coat rack.
Unusual oak pot stand with three display levels and a lobed top. Pure Arts and Crafts c1890. Some varnish wear on top. Measurements are 36 m square at the top and 117cm high. Price $290About Grays
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For 30 years we have been selling antique and vintage furniture from this late Victorian terrace shop in the historic Emerald Hill district of South Melbourne.
We are all now aware, as a result of the pandemic, that these are different days, and some changes are being put in place for health reasons. We must all try and serve our community by staying isolated.
At Grays opening hours will be significantly altered. Please see below. We will be ramping up our internet visibility and keeping it updated responding where possible
For more photos and other details please don’t hesitate to contact us on
0410288883 (text or call)
or if you prefer
Normally at Grays everything we have may be inspected without notice, seven days a week at
303 Clarendon Street, South Melbourne however,
From 1st April 2020 this will change and we will be open by prior arrangement.
There is free one hour parking in Clarendon Street.
Delivery Options. We will continue to offer our Melbourne delivery service on most Saturday mornings.
Longer distances, including interstate deliveries are available via our network of experienced furniture freight companies. We also liase with your own people, offering storage of up to 60 days.
We advertise in various avenues including social media and specialist antique sites.
Our stock is composed of one off items and sadly, rarely available in multiples or again.
To avoid missing out on that one and only object please call or text us on 0410288883 (or email at email@example.com). We will temporarily put your choice on hold. Providing time for more specific generated photographs and questions.
Antiques, the ultimate recycling.