An unusual item, this heavy oak cabinet has two doors drawer and a rare service slide. A flat drawer hidden below the top that extends to provide 30% more service or display area. Very thick and solid oak, obviously made around 1900, with little regard to skimping on materials or cabinet work.
The top (or upper back) can be removed for transport.
While useable, please note the following items may require attention.
1.Finish extesively scratched and worn.
2. One handle missing on drawer.
3. Approx 3 cm of finishing trim not present.
4. Fabric lining in top drawer needs removal.
112 cm wide x 57 cm deep x 148 cm high.
An oak side table with detailed baroque carving. Probably late 1800’s.
82 cm wide x 57 cm deep and 76 cm high.
A set of six ladder back chairs with rush seating. Immortalised by Vincent van Gogh in the painting of his bedroom at Arles (1888). These are also in common use in the farmhouses in France Belgium and Holland to this day.
47 cm wide x 44 cm deep and 105 cm high
Price A$790 (for 6)
An early, very early example of furniture from provincial France. Made from oak, this would date from 1800 to 1830. Incidentally what a tumultuous political period there was in France at this time. With one King lasting for nine days and another for only two!
Best to set some time aside for a personal inspection with this one. If you can’t get down to South Melbourne please don’t hesitate to contact us for more detailed images.
157 cm wide x 57 cm deep and 97 cm high.
From the early 1900’s this bureau was made in England from oak in the Jacobean Revival style. A very useful piece of furniture that provides a compact desk. The lighter colour shows off the grain in this piece.
60 cm wide x 46 cm deep and 100 cm high.
A set of six (6) oak dining chairs made in France in the last half of the 1900’s. These are really very solid and the rush seating is in uniformly great shape. No faults to speak of. Please note that at present we have another set of 6 chairs, also from France, in a lighter colour. The price is for the set.
460cm x 46 cm x 108 cm high.
A fine pair of oak bedside cabinets made in France around 1900 (or a little earlier). original handles at the top, we are not so sure about the bottom. Apparently glass knobs were in use at this time however they not be the original versions here. Otherwise authentic solid and useable. Lovely warm marble tops.
Estimated. 45 cm x 45 cm x 90 cm high each.