Beautiful Antiques and Collectibles
Our collection is sourced from auctions, dealers and fairs both locally and overseas.
WE SHIP Globally
We ship locally and globally using Australia Post.
bUY ONLINE or VISIT US
Come and view our range at the Camberwell or Armadale Antique Centres, or online.
We ship Australia Wide
and YES we ship internationally as well
Celluloid Tape Measure$150.00
A Durham Wooden Knitting Needle Sheath$395.00
Pen Work Sewing Pannier$1,050.00
Wooden Yorkshire Knitting Needle Sheath$425.00
Cold Cast Bronze Bulldog$995.00
A Coquilla Nut Pin Cushion$80.00
Dutch Silk Shoe Pincushion$155.00
European Swan Centre Pieces$2,400.00
Beadwork Puzzle Picture – ‘Napoleon’s Ghost’$1,300.00
Silver Needle Holder/Case$250.00
French Pin Cushion$460.00
Chineur Antiques is the creation of two life-long friends.
Chineur is a French word meaning ‘someone who finds antiques and old things’, and we both felt this was exactly what we do. We began by simply collecting antique pieces and things of quality and beauty that enriched our lives. Our particular passions are for beautifully crafted objects from the eighteenth, nineteenth and early twentieth century. We enjoy many pleasurable hours researching each piece, attempting to discover its origin, perhaps to discover its story.
At Chineur Antiques we would like you to become part of that story.
Remember antique collecting is the oldest form of recycling.
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From Our Latest Acquisitions
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Knitting sheaths were devices, traditionally carved from wood, to aid knitting. The importance of the sheath cannot be underestimated, not only were they used to mend and darn socks, gloves, hats and wool items but to supplement their incomes by making and selling...
MINIATURE MANSCHESTER TERRIER CRAVAT PIN We have been trying to identify the breed of dog in the miniature attached to this cravat pin. After much research and by sheer coincidence (through a conversation with another dealer) we now know the dog is a...
The story behind the watch shaped thermometer invented by Moritz Immisch(1838-1903). Moritz Immisch was born in Germany and was the eldest son of August Christian Immisch, a watchmaker. After graduating from University he and a younger brother...
The wonderful thing about the antique business is there is always something you have never seen or heard of that takes you on a wonderful journey through history. We get eminence joy and pleasure from buying and researching the items and are still always amazed by the...