Genuine French wine rack by reputable maker Rigidex. Holds 300 bottles on two sides. Will require some inexpensive attention to make secure when installed. Over 95 % complete, this will make a safe professional way to store 25 dozen (50 x 6) bottles at the traditional cellaring angle. And at a cost of less than $1.75 per bottle. Measurements are 105 cm wide 50cm deep and 150cm high. Price $440.
Bottle stand from France. Iron early 20th century. This is a traditional French bar accessory for drying and storing bottles. Measurements diameter 40 cm and height 100 cm. Price A$385
A sculptural wrought iron wine rack by master craftsman Mark Douglass made approximately 1980. Free standing or bolted to the wall. Storage for 96 bottles at least. Extreme measurements are 120cm wide, 250 cm high and 40 cm deep. Price $1,480.
A well made chiffonier or side board made in the antique revival style. Originally fitted out for a TV, it could now be used for any storage purpose in the home or office. There are castors underneath enabling easy movement within the home.
106 cm wide x 91 cm deep and 110 cm high.
A very well made drinks trolley, wooden, in a mahogany stain. Elegant carved wooden columns, a good sized top (for lots of drinks!), further storage below and four of the most expensive looking castors we have seen.
81 cm wide x 71 cm x 61 cm high.
A 200 bottle wine rack made in France by Rigidex. Why not display your collection in an authentic vintage French wine rack. Extremely rare and collectable, these rarely show uo anywhere in the world.
82 cm x 48 cm x 100 cm high
A large wine crate made in France around 1950. Useful for storage for firewood, kitchen supplies, ingredients, or in an emergency situation, wine. Two available at the time of writing, price quoted is for one. $79
63 cms x 46 cms x 35 cms high.
Crystal decanter 1900 $78. Six champagnes, engraved 1950 $45. Marble topped wine table, reproduction. $195. One of two tapestry armchairs, France, 1900 $990.
Refectory table from Paris 208c x 75c $1875. Six oak chairs, reproductions in the style of Louis XV, in oak, also from France $895 for six. And in the back an A shaped wine rack that holds ten dozen for $525. Two of these are available and you’ll
never guess what country they were made in. That’s right! Fabrique en France.
Five decanters 1800 to 1990. $44 to$110.