Object is an online platform for the sale of antiques, furniture and design objects. The platform presents an opportunity for collectors of fine furniture and lovers of design to experience and acquire significant and practical pieces for their collection or home.

Object is populated with furniture and objects that are inherently valuable pieces of design and which have stood the test of time. Objects that are appreciated with many lives, and hence do not add to the great waste of humanity. These are objects with age and history.

Items listed on Object are not mass-produced and flat-packed – they are not replicated into the homes of millions. Object is about finding the individual, the important and the timeless.

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John Ellerton & Clive Barker: A “Naturally Australian” Blackwood Rocking Chair
Hand made in Blackwood, this Rocking Chair with strong Modernist overtones was purchased by a Mr Hutcheson of Edgecliff on the 14th December 1987, from Naturally Australian Furniture, George Street Sydney. “Naturally Australian” flourished between 1976-2008 and was an oasis of the hand made and Australian craftsmanship. This Rocking Chair is an object of great beauty, and practicality. This chair would make a wonderful edition to any room. Perfect for admiring or throwing over ones coat over. If you require shipping, please contact the gallery for an estimate.
$1,500.00
19th Century Australian Cedar Hall Table
19th Century Australian Cedar Hall Table
A robust and useful cedar all purpose table - for the sitting room or the kitchen. If you require shipping, please contact the gallery for an estimate.
$400.00
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19th Century English Gothic Revival Carved Pine Centre Table
The Gothic Revival movement (also referred to as Victorian Gothic or Neo-Gothic) emerged in Britain in the 1740s, and reached its height in the late-19th century. The style is characterised by such decorative flourishes as pointed arches, floral details, finials, heraldic motifs and relief carving. The movement was rooted in religious and social conservatism. Its proponents, who included Charles Barry and A.W.N. Pugin, the architects of London’s Houses of Parliament (designed in 1840), believed that the art and architecture of the English Middle Ages were authentically spiritual and inherently chivalrous, romantic and moral. If you require shipping, please contact the gallery for an estimate.
$1,200.00
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18th Century French Fruitwood cabinet
French provincial cabinets such as this one were used in country kitchens as a larder to store valuable produce under lock & key. This example, with an easy to access tilt top, was additionally used to raise dough overnight. If you require shipping, please contact the gallery for an estimate.
$2,700.00
A Tasmanian Huon Pine Butter Churn
A Tasmanian Huon Pine Butter Churn
Provenance Originally from the premises of The Lake House (1830), Tiberius, Tasmania- one of the finest colonial examples of Greek Revival architecture in Australia. Huon Pine (Lagarostrobos franklinii) is a native conifer of Tasmania. The timber is increasingly rare, durable and highly sort after for shipbuilding and cabinetry. This golden-honey coloured former butter churn would, as a sculptural lidded box make an interesting contemporary magazine rack. If you require shipping, please contact the gallery for an estimate.
$800.00