Binoculars in leather case circa 1914. There is a similar 1903 example in the collection of the English Imperial War Museum. Maker is is Huet et cie of Paris. Leather case measurements are 14 cm wide by 15 cm high and 7 cm deep.
French style armchair in oak. This is a reproduction with padded seat, arms and back in calico. All good order, supportive, strong and stylish. Measurements are 57 cm wide, 65 cm deep, 46 cm height at the seat and 1 m high at the back.
Fascinating late 19th century hall stand from France featuring all hooks intact. We are particularly drawn to the bird carving on top of the glove drawer. Brass reinforced umbrella or stick stands. Even the green enamel drip trays are eyecatching. A delightful piece of antique furniture from Paris, made in the late 1800’s, still bearing the award winning maker’s paper adhesive label on the back. Measurements are 110 cm wide 33 cm deep and standing 220cm high.
French carved double bed made in Paris circa 1900. This is a double but we believe it can accomodate a queen size mattress. Price includes the two original rails but no slats. Measurements are 150cm wide, 150cm high at the head and 200 cm long. Now sold.
An hall or side table from the French Empire period. Black marble top.
88 cm wide x 42 cm deep and 82 cm high.
A single antique armchair made in France at the turn of the last century. The frame is stong and sturdy, made in oak and intricately carved. The uphostery , a attractive tactile velvet stripe, while entirely useable in the forseeable, is fraying at a couple of points. Please see our photos for further details and as always, please don’t hesitate to call for more specific info and to order your own custom photos.
70 cm wide x 60 cm deep and 113cm high.
An elegantly carved pair of bedside cabinets with marble tops made in France around 1880.
Each one is 42 cm x 42 cm x 88 cm high
Price A$1450 pair.