Featuring elaborate veneers and an effective contrasting black finish this coffee table would be from the pre war period and probably made in Australia.
A useful and practical vintage item.
62 cm x 46 cm and standing 51 cm high.
In rather good condition this light shade would have been made in the early 1900’s. And yes, I could have done a better job of displaying how it hangs than suspending it from a stick!
80 cm wide x 40 cm high
An interesting example of mid century Australian pottery. In excellent order and clearly marked for the well known South Yarra potter Eric Juckert. (Australia 1918 to 2004).
25 cm x 14 cm x 21 cm high.
An antique compact desk made from hardwood in India in the early 1900’s. In excellent condition it’s dimensions are suitable for large or smaller premises.
91 cm wide x 45 cm deep and 76 cm high.
A pair of antique screens made in Egypt around 1900 (possibly earlier).
Can be joined by hinges to form a screen, or placed either side of a similarly sized (not necessarily identical) window of modern or historic design.
46 cm wide x 190 cm high and approx 5 cm thick.
Price A$180 per pair
This is an unusual one that we have seen before. A very solid pair of bedside chests that have been created from a twin pedestal dressing table from the mid 1900’s. They are made from solid wood and the only evidence of their former life is on the inner wall. The part that normally rests against or near the bed.
Each 36 cm wide x 48 cm deep and 65 cm high.
In absolutely wonderful condition this 140 year old piece of furniture is in museum condition. Please note the detailed carving recorded in the photos. Even down to the original brass tooled wingnuts used to hold the adjustable mirror in the angle selected. Would look great in an antique or modern environment.
120 cm wide x 58 cm deep and 165 cm high