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KAZARI + ZIGUZAGU SALE EXTENSION!

SALE EXTENSION!

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With store-wide discounts, there are still many gorgeous pieces to find in store, at our warehouse and online!

The ANNUAL SALE will end next Sunday 1st July!

Up to 50% off Antique and Vintage Furniture

Up to 40% off Contemporary Furniture

Up to 30% off Bronze and Ceramic Objects

Up to 20% off Artwork

Up to 50% off Textiles

Up to 50% off textiles including vintage Japanese kimono, yukata, obi, fabric on the roll, indigo, remnants and more.

Kazari +…

Art Sale Continues | Fellia Melas Gallery

ART SALE Continues
JUNE 7 – JUNE 30, 2018
OUR ANNUAL END OF FINANCIAL YEAR STOCKROOM SALE
more than 100 WORKS reduced by major Australian Artists.

Nolan, Dickerson, Nothling, Blackman, Boyd, Gleeson, Coburn, Olsen, Storrier,  Whiteley, McEwan, McLeod, Campbell, Canning, Coleman, Crooke, Bromley, Boggs, Boissevain, Harvey, Paxton,Perceval, Raftopoulos, Stavrianos, Thalassoudis, Varvaressos, West, Woodward and many others.

Take advantage of the full tax deduction up to $20,000 for an art purchase for the office / business.

Please visit our new Website
www.fmelasgallery.com.au

June 15, 2018

New work from Marc Etherington | Michael Reid

Ahead of Marc Etherington’s solo exhibition in August, we are excited to release four new works, now available at Michael Reid Sydney.

Marc Etherington has maintained a consistent practice in painting and small sculpture for over a decade. He has been a finalist for the last four years in the Archibald Prize and has been a finalist in the Sulman Prize twice. He has also exhibited in John Fries Art Award at UNSW Art & Design and The Fisher’s Ghost Art Award at Campbelltown Arts Centre (both 2014). In 2015, Etherington held a solo exhibition at Hazelhurst Regional Gallery.

Etherington will be exhibiting a new body of…

Fresh @ Moorabool….

Fresh @ Moorabool….

New additions.

We are pleased to offer some fresh additions to moorabool.com.    This week, a great variety of interesting items including Meissen, Wedgwood, Worcester…. 18th – 19th century porcelains.

Enjoy!

Paul Rosenberg, Alard Pett & all @ Moorabool Antiques

The Kazari + Ziguzagu Annual Stocktake Sale

THE KAZARI + ZIGUZAGU ANNUAL STOCKTAKE SALE IS BACK!

With substantial discounts off our entire range of antique, vintage and contemporary pieces, including 30% off our contemporary furniture collection from the latest shipment.

For our valued customers, the sale begins 10am tomorrow FRIDAY 8th JUNE 2018 at our store, 450 Malvern Rd, Prahran and Warehouse, 7-11 Hill Street, Cremorne.

The sale will open to the public and commence online from Saturday 9th June for TWO WEEKS ONLY!

Be quick, so you don’t miss that unique piece that you’re after!

June Catalogue | Hordern House

Detail of An Arunta man from
A core ethnographical classic rare complete in three original parts
AUD $37,500
June Catalogue
Our June catalogue embraces material relating to Australia and the Pacific from the earliest European conception of a southern land to the voyages of Cook, Flinders, La Perouse and Freycinet. Cook’s contribution is traced in a matched pair of beautiful library globes. Australia as an emerging geo-political centre is…

Bow Porcelain from The Taylor Collection | Etruria Antiques

Bow Porcelain from The Taylor Collection

At the Antiques Fair Melbourne earlier this month, we released the Kakiemon decorated Bow Porcelain from The Taylor Collection. The remaining pieces are now on the website, along with some other additions. For a complete list of recent additions, click here. Meanwhile, here are some highlights:

Exotic Bird. Chelsea c. 1765 $2,000

Pair of Dessert Plates. Bow c. 1757 $5,000

Hors D’Oeuvre Dish. Bow c….

The Moroccan Collection | Behruz Studio

From the Middle Atlas Mountains

Hand woven by Berber tribes in the Atlas Mountains, the latest additions to our Moroccan collection bring an element of ancient culture to our studio. Due to their rural isolation, many Moroccan Berber tribes continue to live as they would have centuries ago. Just as their culture and way of life has continued, the techniques and protective symbolism of their ancestors have received the same preservation. Handed down from mother to daughter, the designs are made to heal, protect and tell a story; it could be expressive of the tribe’s history or the life of the…

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