Fashion

Vintage 1960′s Hinterland Checkered Wool Dress

Straight out of Amsterdam’s Flea Market; ‘Noordermarkt’ this original, rare and immaculate vintage 1960′s wool Hinterland style mini dress is a classic find. This adorable bright red and checker dress features a button up collar neck, contrasting dual front breast pockets, a side zipper and tie belt. Sized to suit a 6UK/AUD dress size. A…

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Mid Century Gerard and Isobel Doube Click Clack Lounge

For lovers of mid century furniture only. Peruse this great piece by husband and wife team Gerard and Isobel Doube. A classic Australian mid century item that would rub gently against the walls of a Boyd home. Gerard and Isobel were Australia’s answer to Ray and Charles. . Artist Gerard Doube and his wife, Isobel,…

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Nally Ware Canisters Complete set Circa 1950-60

We love a full complete set of anything. Here’s another pride of the fleet. A quality, well looked after, chip-less set of original Nally Ware canisters, complete with matching mini spice rack (including undamaged rack).  Featuring a style that is rarely seen, let alone in its full family, they beg to be continued to be…

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1970′s Kendall 4 piece kitchen dining suite

There’s nothing more classic than laminate woodgrain. Inspect this all quality late 1970s Kendall Furniture (Melbourne) Kitchen Dining Table (4 piece). With superb and comfortable curves and an everlasting colour combination this setting has not only survived the test of time and remained in shop like condition but it’s also ready to to fit into…

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1960s Enid Gilchrist collected infant designs scrapbook

Enid Beatrice Gilchrist was an Australian fashion designer who became well known for her numerous self-drafting sewing pattern books which were very popular in the 1950s to 1970s. Enid studied dress design at Melbourne Technical College and during World War II worked as a dressmaker for a pattern firm. She worked with the Victorian Infant Welfare Department and the Kindergarten…

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Collection of collectable Mickey and Minnie badges

We all love a good love story with a happy ending! Though its likely this one will never end. Meet Mickey and Minnie Mouse from the ultra terrific brain of Walt Disney, brought to life in 1928. Cast your eyes upon these beautifully well kept 1960′s enamel pin badges starring Mickey and Minnie Mouse. Create…

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Classic Rare Pea Green Rotary Dial Phone

Pea green was a popular colour through the sixties and seventies. Mix this with some drab, peach or saffron and you have an instant winning combination. David Nightingale Hicks was an English interior decorator and designer, noted for using bold colours, mixing antique and modern furnishings, and contemporary art for his famous clientele. Add a slice of Hicks…

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Classic 1950′s Marken Steel Furniture Duo Tone Mini Stools

Marken furniture was a quality furniture company based in Mitcham Victoria from 1950 to 1965. Known by their full name as Marken Tubular Steel Furniture, their furniture always featured strong pieces of tubular steel integrated into their designs. Here we have discovered a set of brother and sister mini stool complete with the original 1950…

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4 Original Grant Featherston D350 Dining Chairs

Grant Featherston was Australia’s leading ‘post modernist’ furniture designer. He was born in 1922 in Geelong, and gained prominence in 1947 when he produced his relaxation chairs. They were made from plywood and webbing, although some were upholstered with sponge rubber and fabric. Featherston’s philosophy that a chair should follow the body’s contours was confirmed…

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1950′s Chrome/Laminate Diner Cafe Table and Chairs

The 1950′s were the age of the consumer. The post-war boom brought massive changes in the home; it was out with the old and in with the new. Open plan living was introduced and the fitted kitchen with it’s brand new appliances was the housewife’s domain. Design influences during this time were modernism, surrealism and…

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