Pair of reproduction modernist ( that sounds a bit lame but I don’t know the original maker*) armchairs 490 each, French antique mirror 365, Sessions clock USA 120.
*We are reliably informed that they are Arne Jacobson Swan chair copies. Many thanks to Catie for sharing her knowledge with Grays.
Tree pairs of seats for the great Australian outdoors a.k.a. one’s balcony or patio. Two 1960’s white alloys at $35 ea. two green reproduction cast iron $69 ea. Lastly two recycled timber stools at $89 ea. plus a reproduction round wooden table $119. Which is your favourite?
It’s not great for business turnover…but we’re actually quite partial to the cheapest pair.
An early 20th Century church pew in Oregon. 210 w x 50 d and 80 high at the back. This is the genuine article. $395.
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.
An Edwardian armchair, reupholstered with a button back grey velvet.
Complete and sturdy, the wood turnings above the backrest are an attractive feature. $195.00
This Myer Heritage chest of drawers was made in the 90’s and retailed for $1950. It now represents excellent value at $390. 120 c high and 50 x 103.