|Our new cocktail cabinet with the side leaves pulled out to make a bar. I just love the metal detailing.
|Internally – glass and bottle slots and mirrored doors on the back.
|With the side leaves folded in – it makes for a more subtle drinks cabinet.
|The Only Fools & Horses roomset with bar to the rear. Tacky or what!
Even if you don’t make the Camelot sale – do pop along when you can because the prices continue to be extremely reasonable when compared to Moorthy’s and even Chor Bazaar (and you can be assured of good quality and personal service at Camelot).
|Beautifully restored and upholstered piece and plenty of side-tables.
|Interesting print used on the sofas in the foreground
|Gorgeous antique dining table that can seat a very large family. 1.25 Lakh Rs
|Art Deco mirror with coathooks for your hallway
|Camelot is currently stocking some very cool, repro lighting. This sidelamp is 6,000 Rs
|I was tempted by this highly polished dining table – quite small and would seat 4 comfortably. 39,000 Rs in the sale. £390/$500
|Very cool industrial style art deco light – 15,000 Rs from memory (enquire).
|6,000 Rs (£60/$90)
|Also very tempted by this film-style light. 24,000 Rs (£240/$350)
|Colonial style furniture which would look great in a conservatory
|We also purchased this Art Deco bookcase. I had been looking for one I like for two years!
Will my match my desk from Oshiwara antiques market perfectly.
|Me and Mr Jules?
Colonial & Antique Furniture
127 Kemps Corner
Next to Om Chambers
Tel: 91 (22) 2364 4594
Email [email protected]
Read my original post about Camelot here