A cupboard built in triangular form designed to stand or hang in the corner of a room as a space-saving measure. The doors are either panelled or glazed. Freestanding corner cupboards with an upper and lower section are scarce, and most that come onto the market are of the later Victorian to early Edwardian period. The smaller hanging corner cupboards are much more readily available. Australian made corner cabinets are extremely scarce.
A large French oak Renaissance revival hallstand, 19th century, of arched form with a mirror, shelf, various brass hanging hooks and a drawer flanked by curved umbrella and stick stands above an undertier with removable metal trays, well embellished with m
A striking French wrought iron coat stand, circa 1930s, with an extended rail hat rack above a side mirror decorated with metal work roses and foliage and a fan shaped frosted glass shade with a rose design, with vertical strapping with pebble and notched
An English oak hall cupboard, in the 16th century style But 19th century, with linenfold mouldings and Gothic architrave and armorial mouldings in relief, iron fittings, the inset panelled interior with later hanging rail installed, 96 width x 52 depth x 1
An English parcel gilt mahogany hanging shelf, circa 1900, in the Chinese Chippendale taste, having a pagoda top flanked by gilded bells, three shelves with pierced lattice fronts, 114 cm high, 88 cm wide, 16 cm deep
An Edwardian walnut hallstand, early 20th century, the rectangular arched hallstand pierced and carved in relief with Art Nouveau motifs, having a shaped mirror, six brass hanging hooks above a small central lidded compartment, supported on turned legs to
Victorian mahogany breakfront wardrobe, with centre mirrored door revealing 4 large drawers and a hanging rail, flanked by outer clothes hanging compartments each with a drawer at the bottom, divides into sections for removal, 200 cm wide, 80 cm deep, 209
A Victorian country pine dresser, circa 1890, the dresser with an extended shaped cornice above a gothic arch border, having a typical tongue and groove back, two shelves with hanging hooks and plate racks to an extended lower section with a pair of drawer
A Georgian mahogany corner hanging cabinet, early 19th century. The cabinet with an extended top above a parquetry dentil border, a panelled door with dark and light toned cross banding and ebony stringing, trompe l'oeil satinwood fan shaped spandrels, a c
A late Victorian Gothic revival walnut hallstand, circa 1895, having a squared frame with pierced Gothic arch embellishments above splats, a central mirror and six brass hanging hooks, a relief carved foliate panel to a small central hinged box flanked by
An ornately carved fretwork cedar hanging corner cabinet, Adelaide, circa 1885, 81 cm high, 34 cm wide, 21 cm deep. Literature: Australian Furniture: Pictorial History and Dictionary, 1788-1938, Kevin Fahy and Andrew Simpson, Casuarina Press Ptd Ltd, Wooll
A George III chinoiserie hanging corner cabinet, bow form, the two panelled doors with traditional highly decorative landscape with florals, birds and butterflies, enclosing a red lacquer interior with three fitted shelves, decorative shaped and engraved b
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