Home' Scoop Homes and Art : Insite 28 Autumn 2011 Contents Unparalled Choice.
83 Nanson Street, Wembley
Open Monday to Friday 11am-5pm Sat 10am-4pm Sun 1pm-5pm
Containers arriving every five to six weeks.
Italian walnut serpentine front console c.1860
English figured walnut credenza c. 1870
English burr-walnut ladies writing/sewing table c.1860
What to know on the scene for autumn
• Relocation After 29 years, H o use of Riches is relocating to 4 Napoleon
Street, Cotteslo e. A n ew shipment of an tique jeweller y and silver ware
will a rrive in time for the open ing at the star t of April, and with the shop
turning 30 in July, there’s cause for celebration. “You know when you buy
an antique, estate or vintage piece, you’re buying something truly unique
and it’s a great way to be green,” says co-owner Ann Broadley. 4 Napoleon
Stree t, Cottesloe, (08) 9384 3850, houseofriches.com.a u .
• A ntiques Show The inau gu ral an n ual A ustralian Antique an d Art Dealers
Association (AAADA) Show in Melbou rne will open on the eveni ng of
Thu rsday, May 5, then daily u ntil Sun day, May 8. Updates on ex hibitors a nd
events will be posted on the AAADA website. Brans Antiques & Art is one
local dealer that will make the trip. Spokesman John Brans says it will be
exciting to see how it goes. “Generally, it takes a long time for these things
to build a good following.” Visit aad a.org.au .
• Brooch the subject Bro oches are the highlight of the season at Trinity
Antiques, an d as spokesma n Trevor Ha nco ck says, the bigge r the better.
“ Ladies in Western Australia need to be bolder and add colour and interest
to day wear a nd especially for eveni ng,” says Trevo r. “ L arge diamon d ar t
deco pieces make a fantastic statement an d are n ow bei ng added to strings
of pearls to remove the ‘picket fen ce’ look .” Shop 205 Trinity Arca de, 7 2 St
George s Te rrace, Pe rth, (08) 9321 8321, trinitya ntiques.com.au .
• Clock on A stu nn ing 120cm-high French Boulle bracket clock c1870 is
o ne of the sta ndo ut pieces at Dutch Antiques in Claremon t, alo ng with
French dining tables, sidebo ards and lots of small deco rative items. Own er
Jot Rijks is particularly excited abo ut a rare Fren ch carriage clock with
painted pan els, by Dro cou rt Paris c1860, that strikes the go n g. 220 Stirling
Highway, Claremont, (08) 9385 3054,
• A utumn show Stro ng lin es, great
quality a nd a sculptural feel is the fo cus
of Lauder & Howard’s autumn show on
March 24. “ We have a sensation al red
Boulle desk , a George I burea u bookcase,
a su perb a rt deco bron ze, marble and
iron large dining table and a Fren ch work
bench,” says man ager Matthew L u cas.
There’s also a great collection of a ntique
Turkish rugs, including one that is 40sqm,
and a small collection of regenc y glass,
as well as Chin ese porcelai n.
17 Blinco Street, Fremantle, (08) 9335
3856, lauderandhoward.com.au .
08) 9385 3054,
al feel is the fo cus
autumn show on
sensation al red
I bu rea u bookcase,
n ze, marble and
and a French work
llectio n of antique
g one that is 40sqm,
of regenc y glass,
ntle, (08) 9335
15ct gold articulated
drop earrings, circa 1870,
from House of Riches.
BELOW A French
carriage clock from
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