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.
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From early 1800’s this bow fronted chest is the genuine article. While entirely useable there are some condition issues documented in our photographs. These largely relate to veneer, and cock beading around the drawer perimeters. All drawers operate well. Please don’t hesitate to call either in person or by phone for more information.
111 cm x 53 cm x 113 cm high.
This stylish and comfortable silk armchair is in excellent sprung order. Bedroom or loungeroom would be your choice, these are very hard to get in this condition.
80 cm wide x 100 cm deep and 102 cm high at the back.
From the 1940s this classic standard lamp has some paint losses that we feel add to it’s charm. The “ballerina” shade is in largely very good condition with no faults to mention. Diffuser bowl in last photograph is of course included.
80 cm wide (shade) 175 cm high’
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 antique rosewood armchair from the late 1800’s reupholstered in red velvet.
70 cm wide x 80 cm deep and 90 cms high at the back.