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Gas lights

$395.00
Pair of Gas Wall Light Brackets 
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Late 19th C bronze shop door bell

$245.00
ate 19th C bronze shop door bell 
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English "Carpenter" style rim lock

$295.00
English "Carpenter" style rim lock with original "keeper", key, escutcheon and handles, original Japanned finish. 
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Watson leadlight window

This window and frame is a fine example of the so-called ‘Watson’ window that was used to divide the dining room from the drawing room in the more elaborate late 19th Century villas in Adelaide, South Australia. 
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Servants' bells signal station C.1910

$245.00
Servants' bells signal station C.1910. This unusual bell signal station has 8 signals that indicate where the servant is needed. 
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Brass servants' bell and pull

$450.00
Brass servants' bell and pull 
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St. Michael's Church, Clare leadlight windows

St. Michael's Church, Clare leadlight windows 
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Brass door pull

$425.00
Late 19th C. cast brass door pull. 
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Art Nouveau coppered plaques

$895.00
Art Nouveau copper-plated iron plaques. 
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French acid etched glass panels

These French panels have been fabulously acid etched by a master craftsman circa 1860. The detail is absolutely extraordinary and the photographs do not do justice to the quality of the workmanship. 
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Art Nouveau brass letter slot

$245.00
Original brass letter slot, c.1900 
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Georgian door pull

$425.00
Georgian style early 19th English cast brass door pull. 
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Original brass wall light and shade

$195.00
A brass gooseneck light fitting with original acid etched shade. 
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Kenrick brass door knocker

$425.00
19th C. Kenrick brass door knocker. 
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19th C servant's bell

$395.00
A mid 19th C bronze servants' bell complete with spring mount. 
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