An antique kitchen dresser from the early 1900’s in two parts that resssembles without tools. One of the subtler details, indicating this one is over 100 years old, is the fine double bead running horizonally across the front of the exposed upper shelves.
122 cm wide x 50 cm deep and 205 cm high.
A compact kitchen dresser with a marble work top made from two marble tiles..
92 cm wide x 30 cm deep and 190 cm high.
A genuine Australian meatsafe from the last quarter of the 1800’s A large example of this colonial kitchen essential. Recently made solid it may be enhanced with the fitting of perforated zinc in the doors, fly wire or possibly removing the mesh all together.
For linen, pantry or as one of our customers suggested, art supplies.
Please note the top is still covered with it’s original tin capping.
125 cm wide x 47 cm deep and180 cm high.
An oak extension table made in England around 1930. When closed less than one metre square would seat four. Two leaves pull out (without tools) to make a comfortable six or even eight seater. A lovely warm honey coloured patina.
90 cm x 90 cm x76 cm high.
A handy and attractive side table made in the late 1800’s. Though originally a washstand from the bedroom that would have held a jug and basin set. Now with it’s white marble top, it would be used as an elegant hall table, side table or even a food prep table in the domestic kitchen.
121 cm x 51 cm x 74 cm tall.
A table made in England from oak around 1930. Approx one metre square and seating four when closed.. There are two leaves underneath that slide out without tools to create a six seater table. Please see further photos which illustrate this feature and the barley sugar twist carved legs.
90 cm x 90 cm x 75 cm high.
From the 1930’s this wooden table would have been made in Australia from solid Tasmanian Oak. This sensible twin pedestal leg design allows flexible and comfortable seating for four, six or even eight people. Also would make a stylish desk.
90 cm x 150 cm x 76 cm high.