An evocative collection of household items belonging to the last tenants of Susannah Place
A Hall & Co was a retailer of home furnishings and manufacturer of furniture.
After 162 years of being continuously occupied 62 Gloucester Street was opened to the public for the first time in 2006
Tatting, knotting, knitting, pin-tucking, crocheting, pinking, stitching, stuffing, embroidering … needles fly at Elizabeth Bay House
Trade catalogues, published to illustrate the products for sale from a manufacturer, wholesaler or retailer, reveal the surprising wealth of choice available to Australian consumers in the 19th century
Anthony Hordern & Sons was arguably Australia's largest retailer from the late 19th through to the mid-20th century.
Beard Watson & Co was renowned in Sydney as a retailer and manufacturer of high-class furnishings for the home.
Bebarfalds was a retailer of home furnishings and manufacturer of furniture, trading for many years from its landmark location opposite the Sydney Town Hall on the corner of George and Park Streets.