A folding four panel screen with limed oak frames and two way hinges . The fabric is in undeniably poor condition on virtually every panel (button back on one side and flat on the reverse). This is a very useful piece of furniture and even like this has a certain ‘shabby chic’ charm. Flat, used against a wall say as a bedhead, just under 3.5 metres wide. Freestanding, each panel angled slightly, about 3 metres wide. Each panel is 87 centimetres wide 184 centimetres high and is approximately 2.5 centimetres thick. The price was $420, now $125 off at $295
Moroccan, Turkish folding table with brass top and intricately carved legs. Those six legs fold flat and the brass tray lifts off without tools. Measurements are, the top 60 cm diameter, and the overall height 47. Now Sold.
Reversible,compact, Chinoiserie, folding screen of 4 panels. Both sides illustrated here. Made in Hong Kong by Maitland Smith for the export market c 1970. Measurements, fully open and flat 108 centimetres wide 92cm high excluding the protruding pierced brass decoration on each panel. Price $290.
An antique folding campaign chair from the Edwardian period. Upholstered more recently in a pale yellow fabric, A light weight wooden chair that has been doing it’s job for a hundred years. We think it looks good folded or closed.