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Auction House:McKenzies AuctioneersNumber of lots recorded:193
Sale Title:Decorative Arts, Oriental and FurnitureLots with images:180
Auction Location:PerthPrices available:138
LotDescription Price Image
*** A rare Victorian two door, multi-drawer specimen cabinet, c.1870-1890, with later stand, comprising of 21 narrow drawers with turned knob handles the top has a lift up lid with hidden compartment, accessible when doors are open..… *** N/A
*** A Victorian burr walnut and mahogany corner What-not, c.1880's, with four tier shelves and fretwork mahogany frame. Height 127 cm ***
*** A Victorian burr walnut sewing table, c.1870-1880, with tilt-top lid and interior having segregated accessory compartments the lower hollow column compartment is used for needlework storage the lower base column has turned and carved decoration with cabriole legs upon porcelain castors. Height 73 cm, diameter 51 cm ***
*** An oak Captains swivel chair, c.1900-1920, with metal tilt-action swivel base. Height 80 cm ***
*** A Georgian mahogany and brass bound writing slope, c.1800-1820, having tooled leather writing surface, pullout side drawer and interior stationery compartments. Height 16.5 cm, width 50 cm depth 25 cm ***
*** A Victorian mahogany turned leg extension dining table, c.1840-1850, with mechanical winding mechanism that extends from 6 to 12 seater, with three leaves. Height 74 cm, top: 210 x 129 cm, Extended: 210 x 315 cm ***
*** An Edwardian set of 12 matching oak dining chairs, early 20th century, with turned front legs, carved and reeded backs, and upholstered in crushed velvet.. Height 95 cm ***
*** A William IV Goncalo Alves (tigerwood) fold-over top card table, c.1830's, with felt lined top, turned reeded central column, attached to a platform base on carved lion paw feet. Height 75 cm x top 91 x 44 cm. Extended: 91 x 88 cm ***
*** An Australian Art Deco two tier single drawer Traymobile, c.1940's, by Melba furniture, with makers label walnut and chrome construction with vitrolite glass top. Height 69 cm, width 73 cm depth 46 cm ***
*** A Victorian mahogany pole screen with framed Antiphony, mid 19th century Antiphony dates c.1600 and written on velum pole screen decorated with turned reeded central column on three carved and scrolling cabriole legs. Height 160 cm screen:, 84 x 66 cm ***
*** A Chinese rosewood, marble and mother of pearl inlaid chair, late Qing Dynasty. The chair is decorated with a carved fretwork back and front rail, with mother of pearl inlay work depicting oriental flowers and motifs.. Height 90.5 cm, width 53 cm, depth 42 cm ***
*** A Chinese carved rosewood jardiniere stand with marble insert, mid 20th century. Height 59 cm ***
*** A Chinese carved rosewood side table, mid 20th century, with marble top. Height 45 cm, diameter 42 cm (top) ***
*** A Chinese carved rosewood low table, mid 20th century, with carved Chinese 'Good luck' symbols Hong Kong makers label underneath. Height 36 cm, length 76 cm, width 38.5 cm ***
*** A rare Victorian scagliola, tilt-top, occasional table, mid 19th century the turned central column is ebonised with painted floral decoration, attached to platform type base, with scrolling feet. Height 70 cm, top diameter 55.5 cm ***
*** A Chinese Tianjin province elm chest/sideboard, c.1910-1920's, comprising of five upper drawers over four door lower cupboard. Height 87 cm, width 141 cm depth 50 cm ***
*** An Edwardian suite of inlaid mahogany parlour room chairs, early 20th century, comprising of two seater armchair settee, two arm chairs and four side chairs. Height 96 cm, width 94 cm (settee) ***
*** A Continental gilded side table with marble top, c.1800 and later the frame border frieze and centre drawer decorated with carved cartouche and rococo style shells the front legs carved with lion head masks, scrolls and wreaths and lion paw feet. Height 86 cm, marble top 70 x 149 cm ***
*** A Victorian oak coal box, late 19th century. Height 37 cm, width 34 cm depth 47 cm ***
*** A Liberty & Co style, Arts & Crafts hammered copper wall mirror, c.1900-1915, artist unknown. 63.5 x 78 cm ***