A fine quality English George III period best mahogany clothes press, the doors and drawer front with rosewood bandings & strung edges and original handles. Original oak lined trays, keys & a secret compartment.
A really charming & useful Anglo Indian solid rosewood small cabinet or bookcase, in two parts for ease of travel.
Bombay c 1840.
With vigorously reeded frames to the doors, the upper section glazed, with slide out scalloped edge tray, the lower with sunburst carving in imitation of pleated silk, and a similar interal tray, over two drawers on beehive turned feet.
177cm high x 123cm wide x 50cm deep
Price inc GST $2,650
A pair of Tasmanian Colonial period carved stone Corinthian brackets, with old limewashed paint, for an entry doorcase or window lintel. Nice for a library or bookcase.
Hobart c 1840
43cm H x 13cm W x 22cm D
Price inc GST $650 / pair
A cedar & Huon pine fitted cupboard, from the central Police Office, Liverpool St, Hobart. With telling edges marked ‘Executions’, ‘Court Affidavits’, ‘Warrant Orders’ etc. Reasonably by the Government Cabinet Makers, James Whitesides & Sons, their manufactory less than 100 feet away in Liverpool St.
Hobart c 1860
189cm H x 130cm W x 48cm D
Price inc GST $2,800