Cocktail cabinet two doors with decoratice central panels. Vellum stylised bird motif. Fully fitted interior in the manner of Andre Arbus oak, beechwood interior France, c. 1940s. 95 cm high, 150 cm wide, 48 cm deep
A palisander veneer cocktail bar in the Art Deco manner, late 20th century, the cabinet with two doors in a striking square parquetry design joined by a large oval silvered handle opening to a well fitted, mirrored and lit interior, with gallery, drawers a
A carved hardwood cocktail cabinet, of upright rectangular form, carved on the exterior with angular scrolls in relief, the top and hinged front flap opening to reveal double huanghuali panels covering a fitted bottle container, the front with two doors en
An oak carved cocktail cabinet in the Renaissance style, circa 1950, a parquetry top and a relief carved pediment above a fall front recessed door carved with foliate scrolls and an armorial design and flanked by pilasters with mascarons and a cascading ca
Chinoiserie lacquered cocktail cabinet gilded border, two doors, three internal shelves and mirrored back and lights, labelled to back 'Check photograph', height 152 cm, width 143 cm, depth 53 cm. Provenance: Orlando Brown Collection, Mosman
A French Republic cocktail & silver cabinet, with marble top above mirrored backed cabinet, the cupboard beneath enclosing fitted cutlery and flatwear drawers and two long drawers, parquetry veneer & brass mounts throughout 86 cm width x 48 cm depth x 147
A Swedish marquetry-inlaid mahogany drinks cabinet, mid-20th century, the rectangular top above a pair of doors enclosing a birch-lined and mirrored interior with adjustable glass shelves, raised on moulded curving supports joined with low stretchers, the
E. Verot & R. Clement, a drinks cabinet/sideboard from an Ocean Liner France, c.1930s stamped to rear (E Verot R Clement Chambre Syndicale de L'Ameublement group 35 Paris). Provenance: Purchased from Tom Watkins' private Collection (ex manager of the Pet S
An Art Deco marquetry cocktail cabinet, the rectangular top section with marquetry doors showing a youth serenading a young woman, the whole raised on a platform base. Width 122 cm. Depth 40.5 cm. Height 152 cm
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