Oak sideboard in the Arts and Crafts style made famous by William Morris in the late 1800’s. Lead light doors to upper cupboards. Two blind cupboards and drawers below. A classic example of this style. Measurements are 154 cm wide 50cm deep and 193cm high. Price $590
A tall cabinet incorpoating a drop down desk with a gold tooled leather top. Similar in style to the fabulous Godwin cabinet with drop down desk recently sold by Leski’s in Armadale for $220,000. Well slightly similar!
On a more serious note, we make no secret of the fact that we love these tall desks that take up as much space as a book case and yet offer the desk writing option.
Solid oak and exhibiting some small issues associated with age.Please contact us for more related information.
105 cm wide x 35 cm deep x 184 cm high.
An Arts and Crafts oak extension table with two leaves and handle. Fully restored and also including six high backed oak chairs. Made in Australia around 1910. $590.
Armchair with turned legs and cedar chest of drawers. Both late 1800’s. Excellent useable order, almost perfect patina on the chest and sympathetic re upholstery on the armchair. $189 for one, and $890 for the other. Can you guess which is less expensive?
Arts and Crafts sideboard or hall table by W.H.Rocke and Co, $385 and hand beaten shell cases from the First World War with similarly inspired organic motifs. $59 each.