This one is really quite clever. A comfortable solid compact table in Tasmanian oak. With a very built in extension at each end. We may have led a sheltered life over the last 30 years in this game, but we had not previously encountered this method. Each end has a fold out (butterfly ) leaf that can be used independently. The table is very solid ( a good start for a robust entertaining life), and the fabric covered chairs are comfortable, clean and well sprung. Faults? A 0.5 cm bruise on one edge.
Price A$ 790
Closed 90 cm x 120 cm x 77 (each leaf adds 42 cm).
Chairs standard height 46 cm.
An extension table on two pedestals from the 1950/60 period. Extends to seat 8 to 10 people. Leaf contained within the table when not in use.
143 cms long (with a leaf of 46 cm making it 190 long) x 100 cm wide and 76 cm high.
Price A$ 348
An antique style two piece pine sideboard of good quality. Excellent storage here on the sheves above and with drawers and cupboards below. The top section lifts off to facilitate transport, no tools required.
135 cms wide x 41 cms deep and 235 cms high.
From the 1940s this very practical side table has drop sides. Either side can be lifted easily to provide dining for two. Lift both sides to provide a comfortable table for 6.
150 x 50 x 76 cms high.
A compact white painted kitchen dresser or pantry with multiple drawers,sliding glass doors and a pull out wooden bread board.
In good useable order there are some handles missing ( please see photos). These could be inexpensively and easily replaced.
50 cms wide x 60 cms deep and 87 cms high.
These are some of the strongest chairs we have seen in the last 30 years. Also in excellent condition having been recently re-upholstered.
Made around 1950.
We like to think they are in the classical style and arrived here from the same home, with a similar Chippendale dining table that is priced separately and still available if required. $195 for four.
44 cms wide, 45 cms deep and 90 cms high at the back
A compact and beautiful antique table made in France in the latter half of the 1800s. Food prep, dining, kitchen or library, this table would work well and look fabulous.
107 cms x 87 cms, 76 cms high