Chineur Antiques are specialists who operate out of 2 physical locations in Melbourne as well as (historically) online using ebay.

The owners regularly travel internationally to meet with specialist collectors,  and to import products of the highest possible quality and authenticity.

Dygiphy were engaged to photograph their catalogue and build  a modern website to showcase their products and provide an effective online sales platform as an alternative to eBay, whose fees continue to spiral, particularly for antiques.

To avoid the need to relocate their delicate stock, Dygiphy photographs Chineur’s Antiques at their locations by constructing a mobile photographic studio.

The studio takes around 20 minutes to setup and provides the highest quality lighting, backgrounds and ambient lighting and reflection management.  The studio also includes real time streaming images from the camera to a laptop to assist with staging and modelling.

The website utilises WordPress and Woocommerce with a purpose built theme to provide a solution that is both easy to use for the client, and has sufficient technological muscle to facilitate modern demands for speed, security, and responsive design.

Dygiphy also provided a logo redesign service.