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Australian school, early 20th century. A blackwood side cabinet, with a rectangular door and a shaped splashback, above a single door carved with gum nuts and leaves, 5two 114 x 45.5 cm

An Italian walnut side cabinet, 17th century. rectangular, with a single frieze drawer above a panelled door flanked by reeded styles, raised on a plinth base with lions paw feet, 64 x 91.5 x 33 cm Provenance: de-accessioned from the collections of the Nat

A provincial painted pine side cabinet, Italian, 18th century. 82 cm high, 86 cm wide, 42 cm deep

A Tuscan walnut side cabinet, Italian, circa 1660. 100 cm high, 81 cm wide, 38 cm deep

An Australian side cabinet, 19th century, with two drawers and two cupboard doors. 77 cm high, 120 cm wide, 60 cm deep

An Australian cedar side cabinet, 19th century, with frieze drawer and two cupboard doors. 92 cm high, 91 cm wide, 40 cm deep

A serpentine front side cabinet, possibly Australian, 19th century. 87 cm high, 70 cm wide, 43 cm deep

A contemporary white wash timber side cabinet with open iron work doors 57 cm wide 34 cm depth 71 cm high

An Edwardian walnut display cabinet sideboard decorated in the Art Nouveau manner, the upper section with a bowfronted glazed door, lead lighted with a stylised tulip design, the base with a conforming bowfronted central cabinet flanked by side cabinets, e

A 19th century Australian cedar side cabinet circa 1850 Converted to a wine rack, the shaped rectangular top above a fitted, open central section, raised on a plinth base

A 19th century cedar side cabinet, 107 cm wide, 58 cm deep, 98 cm high

Owen Jones, 'sthetic movement pollard oak side cabinet the rectangular top with stepped outset corners, leading a short apron and a single panel door, flanked by twin glazed doors, each enclosing a selection of shelves, with Corinthian capped pillars fitte