A blackwood display cabinet from the 1930’s with two glass shelves and glass sides. Cabriole legs and and a carved rope edge on the top. There is one key. Some light scratches otherwise no faults to speak of.
95 cm wide x 40 cm deep and 130 cm high.
In need of some cosmetic attention, this fabulous leadlight cabinet features some of the most extensive decorative glass work we have seen. The intact bakelite handles are also a real feature.
True it is not all good news as there are cracks in four of the panels on the main door. This could be removed for transport to a repairer (we know just the guy). Plus the veneer would definitely be improved with a little patching and re-glueing. Overall this a truly stylish showcase for your collection, that could be inexpensively improved.
120 cm wide x 36 cm deep and 115 cm high.
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An octagonal glass and polished wood coffee table in very fine condition
97 cm wide and 41 cm high
Made from solid oak this French display cabinet with three glass shelves is in excellent condition. It comes apart (without tools) into two pieces for transport. Featuring detailed carving on the top and sides.
130 cm wide x 47 cm deep and 190 cm high.
A large oak bookcase made in France around 1900 from solid oak. A practical addition to your office, study or loungeroom. Please note that while being an entirely useable item at present, this piece has a gap in the skirting (3mm) bottom left. This does not affect operation of doors or overall stability. All doors are fitted with working locks.
165 cm wide x 35 cm deep and 187 cm high.
You are right!. You probably haven’t seen this configuration before. Unless you have visited South Africa where this piece was made in the early 1900’s.
Lots of vintage style storage for books, china, and drinks here in handy compact dimensions (less than one metre wide and 1/3 metre deep).
92 cm wide x 31 cm deep and 124 cm high.