Originally from a shop or workshop this small drawer unit would have been used to store finished jewellery or component parts waiting to be assembled. Each drawer is felt lined and has its original metal pull handle.
- 31cm wide
- 18cm deep
- 17cm high
- drawer internals 26.5cm x 14.5cm x 4cm
These tin cabinets were usually found in military barracks. This example has its original mirror and door catch.
- 34cm wide
- 14cm deep
- 40cm high
- cupboard 30.5cm wide x 12.5cm deep
A set of three graduating steel deed boxes with brass fittings. Makers stamp 'Henry & Co. Deed Box Makers Hand Court Holborn London WC1' appears inside each door. Each box is opened and closed with a simple sliding brass mechanism. The steel is polished and lacquered. Price is for the set of three
- small box 13cm w x 10cm d x 42cm h
- medium box 18cm w x 17.5cm d x 42cm h
- large box 29cm w x 19cm d x 42cm h
A nicely weathered ships trunk of unusual proportions. Faded pine with heavy cast brass handles. The trunk did have a lock at some point in its life but this is now missing.
- 137cm wide
- 53cm deep
- 44cm high
A substantial factory pigeon hole unit in lovely weathered pine. Originally from a mill producing curtain tassles.There are 16 additional shelves that can be slotted into rebates giving flexible storage or display options.
- 145cm wide
- 209cm high
- 40.5cm deep
- internals 33.5cm wide x 47.5cm high x 40cm deep
- additional shelves give internal heights of 22.5 - 23.5cm
A four door pine locker with top shelves and rails, steel fittings with brass label holders.
- 131cm wide
- 179cm high
- 53cm deep
- internal depth 48cm
- each section 30cm wide
- rail 136cm from bottom
A superb quality two door demi lune drinks cabinet. The hardwood doors have fluted fronts and can be locked independently. The interior is lined in a birch veneer and there are four adjustable shelves. The top is solid granite. Supplied with keys.
- 113cm high
- 89cm wide
- 46cm deep
A classic Mid Century design hallstand of which few survive in this condition. Hardwood stem with ply 'hooks' capped with a brass disc. The umbrella stand is hardwood veneered ply with solid hardwood feet and a painted steel base tray.Manufactured by Serota Ltd (still in business making library furniture) and date stamped March 1963
- 188cm high
- 40cm dia. base
Always hard to date exactly as this design has been in continuous production for so long. This hallstand has some age, single slot screws are used throughout, the bentwood part are all intact. The hook section is removable for transport. In good original condition.
- 198cm high
- 54cm x 54cm base
A French Canadian Coke cooler 'Buvez Coca Cola'. Original paintwork. Functioning catches at each end which each incorporate a bottle opener. There is a drain tap at one end which is missing its plug but we should be able to supply something to seal it if it is to be used. The lining is plastic and there is some damage to the lining in the lid, although the insulation is intact so this shouldn't effect its function.
- 51cm wide
- 33cm deep
- 37cm high