Unusual hardwood cabinet with display and storage, all in excellent condition including locks, handles, drawer operation and lead light. Measurements are 61 cm wide 46 cm deep 155cm high.
Extremely unusual Arts and Crafts period overmantle originally fitted to a sideboard. Featuring leadlight cupboards with brilliant blue glass and a place for a bookshelf above. Measures 150 cm wide 24 cm deep and 95 cm high.
Two stained glass window panels made in the late 1800’s. They incorporate a painted centre illustration of rosellas surrounded by coloured leadlight panels in blue, green, red and yellow. Glass and Leadlight good save for one panel (please see detail shot). woodwork would require extensive re-furbishment. Measurements are 80 cm wide and 55 cm high. Now Sold.
A Jacobean Revival leadlight display cabinet with two broken glass panels. We can assist with the repair if required (please contact us for more details). In its present form this cabinet is excellent value
90 cm wide x 47 cm deep and 122 cm high
eadlight Bookcase Blackwood Antique Display Cabinet Vintage Edwardian
Probably some of the most attractive leadlight doors that we have seen on this Edwardian (early 20th century) bookcase or display cabinet. All in excellent order.
128 cm wide x 40 cm deep and 110 high at the back.
A compact kichen cabinet from the 1930s period. Made in Australia and featuring original catches and a leadlight door. A lovely honey colour.
56 cms wide ,40 cms deep and 165 cms high.
We have been operating for 30 years, selling antique furniture on consignment from this Victorian terrace shop.
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An English oak bookcase incorporating a leather topped writing table or desk with pigeon holes and drawer. This piece separates into two for transport and the base includes two large drawers. Definitely made in England, probably 1910 to 1930.
As previously mentioned in earlier posts, the small base size ( 40c x90c wide ) makes these desks suitable for the most compact rooms. Yet at two metres high it possesses many of the necessities of life. Bookcase, desk and storage below for papers or clothes.
Pray don’t be put off by the blocks under the front legs. Due to the ancient and wobbly nature of our lovely old Victorian shop, the main i.e. most often walked on, part of the floor is about 2 centimetres lower than the bit next to the skirting board. This will not need lifters on a flat floor $865.