Probably the most amazing (and most valuable) piece of furniture at the fair was this French specimen marble-topped table. Look at the detail, is is stunning. It is of exhibition quality. It was exhibited by the Perth based Brans Antiques.Isherwood Antiques of Sydney also had a wonderful display, with loads of French eye candy. The Louis Vuitton courier trunk at the front is a particularly rare piece... As is the harp! How romantic.
French angels on Isherwood Antiques stand.And the floor rug that I fell in love with! The most wonderful colours one could hope for in a floor rug...just a little big for my dining room (or any of my rooms for that matter!).
And a French 18th Century commode.Mounted whale vertebrae on a taxidermy specialist's stand.
I must admit to having never seen a French circular barometer such as this one. Again, very decorative and a nice change from a painting on a wall.
An open bookshelf with a thoughtfully arranged display of coral, pictures and leather books.Mossgreen Gallery showed an unusual use for a copper fire extinguisher...a lamp!