Trays/Trolleys — Furniture
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A fine antique Howard & Sons
rosewood two tired trolley, fitted with fine turned spindles, label to base, length 77 cm. Height 65 cm. Depth 44 cm
A late Victorian Australian
cedar serving trolley, circa 1890, the rectangular top with tray sides open at the corners above a pair of frieze drawers, on turned supports joined with an under-tier, on castors. Height 83 cm. Width 107 cm. Depth 50 cm.
A French mahogany tea trolley
, the top with a removable tray with gilt metal handles, an under shelf on square tapering supports terminating in brass castors. 83 cm high, 75 cm wide 55 cm deep.
Art Deco drinks trolley
, having steel handrail, polished wood veneer with red and black stepped under carriage and black top, all on four castor feet. Height 81.5 cm. Width 99 cm. Depth 42 cm
Australian Colonial cedar
serving trolley late 19th century with graduated bobbin-turned columns, nice colour and patina, later castors height: 78 cm; width 42 cm; length 103 cm
A hinged lid silver plate
topped serving trolley, carved fruitwood column supports on large castors, utensil tray below inset, 2 burner warming compartment, draining tray, attachments and carving board etc. Length 90 cm. Width 61 cm.
A vintage Carnival cane tea
trolley of Art Deco style, the bamboo frame of circular sides, two glass tiers, traditional coloured binding in red, yellow and green, original casters
Australian school early 20th
century a carved blackwood auto trolley, with two rectangular gallery edged tiers, the upper carved with gum nuts and leaves, the lower carved with a scene depicting a kookaburra perched on a Eucalyptus tree, 68 x 91 x 40 cm.