The dough bowls on the photo is the one you are buying. WE ARE NOW IN BYRON BAY AS WELL. You can come and see them at our warehouse at 57 Sparks Av Fairfield Melbourne. If you are in Melbourne you can pick up from our warehouse.
Deco Inlaid Elephant Bookends 1920-30's Ceylon. Beautiful ebony elephant design with all inlay, toenails & tusks. Each bookend has a secret compartment that is stuck. Elephant - 10.5cm high x 11.5cm long x 6.5cm wide.
Gorgeous porcupine bone and ebony box. In great condition with NO mossing quills. There are two loose on one side but a small amount of glue should stop them from slipping behind one another slightly.
There are no missing inserts of bone and the only real problem, other than the loose quills, is that the lid is raised slightly on one side when it slides in.
Please note the loose quills only move at the top and they are still firmly attached to the box at the bottom.
It measures 12cm X 9cm X 4cm.
Please contact me with any questions and I am always happy to combine postage.
They made fantastic decor in our old house in every possible available space. Alas, we have moved to a modern home and have nowhere to put. This particular case is a solid cedar timber box. the original purpose is unknown.
Fine London made Burr Walnut box with brass edging fitted interior and secret spring loaded drawer.Probably more a gentlemans vanity box with cologne bottles jars and inkwells.Bottom drawer is released with a button concealed inside the box and is fitted for a pocket watch and jewellery.
The best part is the image of the shell on the top, done in veneer. The rest needs work as you'll be able to see from the photos. Some veneer has chipped off the edges, the velvet lining nees repair or replacement and part of the the knob on top of the pen compartment is missing.
Antique Writing Desk/Letter Holder, Circa 1910. Lockable (original key included) with features including ample storage compartments, a drawer, bottom shelf and a pull out writing desk (see photographs).
Early Victorian mahogany cutlery box. The internal tray is missing so that it can be used functionally as a cellerette or similar. The locking mechanism is working. The lid has to be opened to release the secret drawer.