“Very rare item this is an English knife box made in the late 1700s or early 1800s for the storage of different sized table knives. Since the earliest times the knives were kept separate from the other cutlery lest they fall into the hands of potentially “”hostile”” guests.”
In particularly fine condition this antique desk with nine drawers and brass handles is large enough to be completely practical and at the same time compact enough for the home. Described as Georgian with it’s rope edge carving on the top and solid brass bracket handles it was proba
bly made in the early 1900’s Measurements are 131 cm by 78 cm and 76 cm high.
Re-upholstered sympathetically in a rich purple velvet this is a genuine early 1800’s chair with authentic bucket castors. Note also the studs around the top of the back and sides. An extremely rare example that would look good in a bedroom, library or lounge environment.Item Measurements70 cm x 75 cm x 90 cm high at the back.
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Antique reproduction chest. Four drawers in the Georgian style. Includes dressing slide in the top (please see photographs). Good working order with some light scratches.
70 cm wide x 49 cm deep and 80 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 particularly finely made reproduction hall table with three drawers and elegantly tapered legs.
110 cm wide x 36 cm deep x 87 cm high