1. Art Nouveau Oak Dressing Table c.1905
There are few British furniture manufacturers from this period that can surpass the quality of Harris Lebus. This prized dressing table is entirely constructed of solid oak with decorative handles on one large, two medium and two small drawers. There is also an interesting lift top trinket space featuring beautiful metal strap hinges and there are pressed metal inserts beside the large original mirror. All metalwork bears a maker’s number which matches the number stamped in the drawers. This is a rare chance to own a unique piece of original Art Nouveau furniture.
Length: 122 cm Depth: 58 cm Height: 156.5 cm Price:
1. Late Victorian Irish Oak Dumbwaiter c.1900
This Late Victorian dumbwaiter is constructed with beautifully grained oak and has its original aged patina. It comes from an estate sale in Belfast IRE. The piece stands on its original ceramic castors and there are three tiers, making it ideal to display precious ornaments that would compliment the decorative turned legs. It is robust enough for a flatscreen TV or for use as bookshelves or magazine storage.
Length: 119.5 cm Depth: 46 cm Height: 120 cm Price:
2. Art Nouveau Vestry Cabinet or Bookshelves c.1900
This unique piece was originally a church vestry cabinet made to hold the prayer books. It is solid maple and very slim and tall (requiring a stabilizing point). Its beautiful Art Nouveau elements and removable shelves make it ideal for use as an open display case or for storage of small books, DVDs or CDs.
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AUD$1450 AUD$900 On hold
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