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Cabinetmaking Machinery & Tools Closing Down Sale


19 - 20 July 2019 8am - 4pm 27 King Street, Bungendore Table saw, jointer, thicknesser, edgebander,compressor, electrical & woodworking tools, ladders, fixings, air line system, hand tools, air drills & Nail guns, forklift, drill press, hinge boring machine, dust extractors, roller door 5.5m x 3.6m drop, kitchen drawer sides & runners, assortment of solid blackwood paneled cabinet doors, and much much more. Everything to go. Enquiries Ph:

Queanbeyan AreaBungendore


Cabinetmakers, Joiners & Apprentices

EDJ is currently looking to fill the following Joinery positions_ Assemblers Machinists Installers Apprentices_ 1,2,3rd year We are based in Queanbeyan, with a large, well equipped, heated factory. We have a large amount of commercial & residential projects currently & due to start over the next 12 months and beyond. We are looking to fill a number of positions & happy to discuss the roles with you. We can offer

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Canberra RegionQueanbeyan Area


4 Piece Queen Bedroom Suite

4 Piece Queen Bedroom Suite

$3,500 Negotiable

Goulburn 4 Piece Queen Bedroom Suite Superbly crafted elegance describes the Goulburn bedroom suite. A decorative timber roll and vertical grooves on the bed panels and case goods are a key feature in this classic design. Made by Eastgate’s skilled craftsman in Select Grade Vic Ash solids and veneers. Traditional cabinetmaking methods such as mortice & tenon, tongue & groove and dovetail are used in the furniture construction to ensure maximum strength. Minor wear and tear, please fol



Dresser / Antique Germanic Barossa / Barossa folk dresser

Dresser / Antique Germanic Barossa / Barossa folk dresser

$750 Negotiable

An example of the cabinet-making skill, decorative craft and creativity brought to the Barossa by German migrants. This dresser has also been much loved in our home and we're sorry to have moved and no longer have room. Description: German Barossa dresser with decorated tin panels, 1890s. Bought in Adelaide in the late 1980s from the furniture designer Khai Liew when he was collecting and selling German Barossa or Barossa Folk furniture. For information on Germanic Barossa furniture see Zil

South CanberraYarralumla


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