Made in France in the early 20th century by well-known maker featuring all original hooks intact, decorative carving of birds to the top of the drawer and original trays and decorative brass retainers for your umbrellas. Some discoloration in the mirror in the top left hand corner commensurate with the age. This was a prize-winning mirror maker in the 1880’s (Please see label photograph). Measurements are 110 cm wide, 30 cm deep and 220cm high. Price $1,900
A repro mirror made to look old with distressed paint and tarnishing around the glass. Looks most effective.
75 cm wide x 150 cm high.
A genuine antique Kauri pine wardrobe with one door, mirrored, and one drawer below. While there is a horizintal rail across inside this cabinet, we always like to seethe hooks around the inner perimeter that indicate authenticity (as well as referencing a period when normal people only had five or six hanging garments).
In three pieces as is customary and assembled without tools.
Some spotting of the original glass (please see photo).
128 cm wide x 50 cm deep and 197 cm high.
An antique dressing table made from kauri pine with two drawers and adjustable (tilting) mirror. Nicely polished in a pale blond colour.Made in Australia around 1900 with no faults to mention.
90 cm wide x 46 cm deep and 140 cm high at the top.
From France, this antique dressing mirror could sit on top of a chest of drawers. Probably made in the mid to late 1800s. Photographs should show two imperfections a) signs of borer in the top left. These are long gone and there is no evidence of any activity. and b) some marks on the glass in the lower right.
Three drawers are fitted below.
95 cm wide x 22 cm deep and 93 cm high.
An elaborately carved wooden mirror with a limed finish.
65 cm wide and 115 cm high.