An antique style desk made from solid oak and with a green library writing surface.
This is a quality reproduction piece of furniture.
As you may know this style of desk separates into three parts for transport, no tools required for reassembly.
Very good useable condition with some light scratches.
150 cm x 90 cm x 76 cm high
An overmantle or wall mirror made in France from oak in the mid to late 1800s.
Generally in good order, the mirror is exhibiting signs of genuine age. This is generally (perhaps counter intuitively) regarded as a good thing by decorators, dealers and collectors.
85 cm wide x 15 cm deep and 125 cm high
A tall cabinet incorpoating a drop down desk with a gold tooled leather top. Similar in style to the fabulous Godwin cabinet with drop down desk recently sold by Leski’s in Armadale for $220,000. Well slightly similar!
On a more serious note, we make no secret of the fact that we love these tall desks that take up as much space as a book case and yet offer the desk writing option.
Solid oak and exhibiting some small issues associated with age.Please contact us for more related information.
105 cm wide x 35 cm deep x 184 cm high.
A compact pair of antique bedside drawers with cabriole legs. Made in France in the early to mid 1900’s from oak. Featuring skilled carving on the legs and body,
Measurements are 45 cms wide x 35 cms deep and 73 cms high
A very rare 19th century pew or bench featuring a cane back and very solid oak frame and seat. This is a genuine antique item made in France. Please note that at the time of listing, we have a second example available at a similar price.
150 cms wide, 60 cms deep and 107 cms high at the back.
Price A$1360 each.
An antique carved overmantle mirror that could be used over a fireplace or separately given that if is relatively narrow.
Made in France in the late 19th century from oak.
The mirror “reflects” some small imperfections that authenticate that it is original glass.
91 cms wide x 10 cms thick at the perimeter. 121 cms high.
This one is “very antique”, should there be such a thing. Made in France in the early 1800’s this solid and substantial desk with fold down writing surface is a potential museum piece. from the particularly large writing area with it’s curved edge, to heavy locks and one off handles it is completely original. The secret compartment hidden in the table floor is an added extra. One shortcoming may be the lack of keys, however with the locks intact, they could be removed and new keys cut in the future
121 cms wide, 60 cms deep and 110 cms high.