The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 41
Class 17.—Cheap and Fancy Furniture
Class 17.—Cheap and Fancy Furniture.
45 Brice, R., Sawyer, Adelaide—Octagon loo-table, inlaid with 8000 pieces of colonial woods.
46 Buttery Brothers, Upholsterers, Adelaide.—Davenport, made of Huon pine.
47 Francis, W. S., Glcnelg.—Ornamental firescreen, composed of about 100 species of cones, chiefly South Australian.
48 Fraser, H., Adelaide.—Three marble mantelpieces.
49 Gay, P., Adelaide.—(1) Table, inlaid with 30,000 pieces South Australian woods; (2) chest of drawers, with 17,000 pieces ditto; (3) wardrobe.
50 Glassford, Miss A. C., Semaphore.—Fancy frames, brackets, &c.
50a Graham, F. W., Yankalilla.—Tables inlaid with South Australian woods.
51 Herring, E. N., Adelaide.—(1) Mantelpiece of Italian marble, carving designed and executed by colonial-bred workmen; (2) marble mantelpiece, do.
52 Landsberg-, Mrs., Kapunda.—Wool-work picture, representing Mary, Queen of Scots, abdicating the Crown.
53 Pratt, W. A., Tinsmith, N. Adelaide.—(1) New cooking apparatus, (2) "Little Wonder stove, (3) cooking-stove, (4) gasfitter's torch.
54 Watson, G. G., Adelaide.—Table, inlaid with colonial stones, after Masonic design.
55 West-Erskine, W. A. E., Adelaide.—(1) Room-cooler, (2) coal scuttle and scoop combined, (3) bedroom ventilator.