A very rare Australian Colonial cedar Revolving Dumb Waiter with two shelves rotating around a vase and
ring turned column, supported on three scroll carved legs with brass castors. Attributed
to William Hamilton of Hobart, see his trade label illustration of a sofa in
Nineteenth Century Australian Furniture (Fig.140) Original 19th century
An early colonial Tasmanian Musk and Australian cedar Sewing Box, the interior later lined with newspaper c.1859 19th century patina.
A German Junghams 8 day Mystery Clock patented 1909 and popular to 1930s.
A long-stitch and wool-worked Sailors Needlework depicting ships and a lighthouse.
Nineteenth Century Australian Furniture, a good copy, now out of print.
An Australian bronzed metal sculptured plaque of a WW1 Officer, signed Nelson Illingworth.
An Australian bronze sculptured Plaque of a WW1 AIF Captain signed Nelson Illingworth
A Wool longstich (Woollie) of the Prince Consort.
A rare pair of Southern Ocean Scrimshaw Whale's Teeth depicting a coconut palm and flowering breadfruit in a pot on one side, with fully rigged whaling ships on the other.
An impressive 18" English mahogany Wall Clock with a fusee movement having a painted dial retailed by Brush & McDonnell, Sydney (act. 1850-67)
An Australian framed Carved Panel of a kookaburra, gum nuts and leaves, in Australian rose mahogany by G.L. Littlemore, signed and dated 1912.
An Australian Wax portrait medallion of Captain William Bunster, an early Tasmanian colonist, in its original musk frame. Attributed to Theressa Snell Walker.
An Australian Woolwork of wattle, in a birds-eye maple frame.
An Embroided Australian Coat of Arms