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Oak & Cherry Secretary/Bookcase

This is the piece that will transform your office or writing room from functional to elegant. Made with oak and cherry woods, this combination secretary desk and book case has three drawers and four shelves, and plenty of little nooks for all your stationary. 32 more words


[City] $310 per week 406 Latrobe Street Melbourne

314/406 Latrobe Street Melbourne Vic 3000

Date Available: Wed 05-Aug-15

No inspections are currently scheduled.

This apartment is offered PARTLY FURNISHED and features:

– Open plan bedroom/lounge room with built in robes… 23 more words


[City] $320 per week 65 Elizabeth Street

65 Elizabeth Street Melbourne Vic 3000

Date Available: Available Now

No inspections are currently scheduled.

Studio features;

* Open living arrangement with fold out bed. 32 more words


Swell 1920's Furniture At Tualatin

We just received several wonderful 1920’s ear pieces at our Tualatin location including a Jacobean Revival hutch and matching sideboard.

The hutch has a break front with false mullion glass, over a large drawer. 109 more words

20th Century

Om Shanti On The Road?

Swell 25th anniversary poster from a 1982 conference* celebrating Kerouac’s On the Road. It was signed six years later in 1988 by his first wife, Francis Edith Kerouac Parker. 1,042 more words

20th Century

Grand Storage Chest With Drawers

Fine solid wood chest of unusual design. There are some indications that it is older rather than newer, like square cross section nails and small repair patches from and older set of hinges. 71 more words


Once I asked her to walk with me to the place of your burial. A fainting-fit was the consequence. I have been careful not to make the request a second time.

“Objects intended for real and daily service, such as a table which has to bear the weight of heavy books or dishes, or a sofa on which we may recline at full length, ought not to look light and elegant, but strong and comely; for comeliness, whether in nature or art, is by no means incompatible with strength.” Charles Locke Eastlake…

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