5. Edwardian Mahogany Barrister’s Bookcase c.1920
The stylish Edwardian mahogany barrister’s bookcase was made by Minty Furniture of Oxford, most likely in its small factory at St Clements. The company retailed quality pieces of furniture and other items from 1880 and ceased operating in 1994. The bookcase features ten doors with leaded glass and is in good original condition. The piece has the maker’s plaque inside the top cabinet and disassembles into five sections for ease of transport. Its generous proportions will accommodate a large number of books, documents or collections.
Length: 89 cm Depth: 39 cm Height: 117 cm Price: AUD$3450
4. American Oak Barrister’s Bookcase c.1920
Quality legal bookcases are highly sought after as investment pieces as well as attractive alternatives to traditional bookcases. The design of this stylish bookcase differs from the normal barrister’s bookcase with two large and two small filing drawers above a lower cabinet with a retractable timber door. The two upper retractable doors have handmade glass and there are four original locks (no keys). This piece is in excellent condition and will be an outstanding addition to any home.
Length: 87 cm Depth: 51 cm Height: 153 cm Price: AUD$3450
3. Late Victorian Oak Bookcase c.1890
This impressive late Victorian oak elevated bookcase has three adjustable shelves with original leather trim. Constructed in two pieces, the top bookcase has two original glazed doors and bevelled mirror above the base which comprises two drawers with original brass handles, two ornately carved and fielded doors and a single shelf.
Length: 107 cm Depth: 50 cm Height: 224.5 cm Price: AUD$2650
2. Federation Dark Oak Bookshelves c.1925
Federation dark stained oak bookshelves with two fixed and three adjustable shelves in excellent original condition.
Length: 94 cm Depth: 23 cm Height: 135 cm Price: AUD$500
1. Late Victorian Revolving Oak Bookcase c.1885
This fabulous Late Victorian revolving bookcase is made of solid oak and retains all its original wheels and fittings. These are hugely popular, particularly this version, with adjustable reading slope and generous accommodation for larger books or chronicles. The piece swivels smoothly and glides on brass and wooden castors. It disassembles from its central column for easy transport. The value of all original period library furniture is soaring presently, making this a sound investment.
Length: 53.5 cm Depth: 47 cm Height: 93 cm. Reading Slope: 35 cm x 47.5 cm. Price: AUD$2750
BUREAU BOOKCASES AND DESKS
5. Arts and Crafts Oak Bureau c.1905
This outstanding Arts and Crafts oak bureau is in excellent original condition and has the classic features of Arts and Crafts furniture. It has original handles on the single lockable drawer, fitted interior, and the pierced top panel. The piece is very stable with a generous work area, ideal for a laptop or flat screen computer and will be a feature in any room of the house.
Length: 91.5 cm Depth: 42 cm Height: 151 cm Price: AUD$2650
4. Late Victorian Maple Bureau Bookcase c.1885
The elegance of the late Victorian period is displayed in this beautiful maple bureau. The fallfront bureau is well fitted out and there are ornate strap hinges for decoration. It has delicate patterned glass in the upper cabinet doors and there is ample open shelving for books and files. The piece is in original condition with some ink staining on the side where there were once small shelves but his does not detract from this beautiful old cabinet. The bureau is perfectly suited for the difficult nooks often found in period homes.
Length: 73.5 cm Depth: 39 cm Height: 181 cm Price: AUD$2150
3. Art Nouveau Maple Bureau Bookcase c.1910
This stylish Art Nouveau maple bureau bookcase has one long leadlight door, four adjustable shelves, fitted interior including a small drawer, and a single drawer above a lower fixed shelf. The polished dark stained maple finish is in good condition as is the original leadlight glass and handles. The fallfront desk has been fitted with a new lock and key.
Length: 104.5 cm Depth: 38 cm Height: 152.5 cm Price: AUD$2250
2. Art Nouveau Silky Oak Bureau Bookcase c.1910
This is an exceptional example of an Art Nouveau bureau bookcase that could grace the study or lounge room of the grandest homes. The beautiful French polished patina of the silky oak is complimented by the original Arts and Crafts copper handles, attractive Art Nouveau carving and original hand-made glass doors. The bookcase has three strong, adjustable shelves above two drawers and a generous two door cabinet with single shelf. The fall front desk is nicely fitted with nooks, two drawers, pen holders and a well-used dark blue leather inlay.
Length: 115 cm Depth: 41 cm Height: 214 cm Price: AUD$4550
1. Late Georgian Oak Bureau c.1780
This magnificent oak bureau was made in England during the reign of George III, the age of Australia’s discovery and white settlement. It is in remarkable condition and retains all its original woodwork, locks and key and stands on the original bracket feet. Its surface has been beautifully lacquered by the previous owners and has had some period restoration in the 19th century. This restoration has been done well and is sympatheric to its age, making a handsome, usable and collectable antique. This is much earlier than our usual Arts and Crafts forte, but we can appreciate the similar ideals and high standards used in Georgian furniture manufacture.
Length: 100.5 cm Depth: 50 cm Height: 99 cm Price: AUD$3250
CABINETS and CUPBOARDS
7. Art Deco Walnut Record Cabinet c.1950
This handsome walnut veneer record cabinet dates from the decade of rock’n’roll. It has a classic deco design and is robust, making it ideal not only for the storage of treasured LPs, but also for use as a filing cabinet, bookcase or storage cabinet.
Length: 56 cm Depth: 38 cm Height: 85.5 cm Price: AUD$650
6. Late Victorian Oak Cabinet c.1885
This stylish Late Victorian oak cabinet features the classic elements of the Late Victorian era. The piece is made of solid oak with ornate strap hinges and handle. The elegance of the cabinet makes it equally useful in the bathroom, lounge room, dining room or kitchen.
Length: 80 cm Depth: 19.5 cm Height: 76 cm Price: AUD$1550
5. Anthony Hordern & Son Chilcott Refrigerator or Oak Ice Chest c.1920
This oak ice chest is a fascinating snapshot into the social history of Australia in the early 1900’s. The stylish Chilcott refrigerators were made exclusively for Anthony Hordern & Son Ltd of Brickfield Hill in Sydney, where the University of Technology is now located. This AX model is strongly constructed of Japanese oak with zinc lined interiors and original decorative brass hinges and handles. The piece is in truly remarkable original condition and only required minimal surface restoration. The original instructions are intact on the door of the lift top ice compartment and it retains the original raised ice rack and mesh shelves. This piece is still in working order but could also be used as a feature in any room in the house.
Length: 57 cm Depth: 40 cm Height: 107 cm Price: AUD$1950
4. Victorian Gothic Revival Oak Cabinet c.1890
This treasured parlour cabinet is sure to become the focal point of anyone’s castle. It is solidly constructed with oak slabs that have been fashioned to create a beautiful decorative piece. The cabinet has many of the Gothic elements that were later embraced by the Aesthetic and Arts and Crafts movements with the ornately carved crown and lower section. Behind the inlayed doors are timber hooks and two timber shelves have been added.
Length: 102.5 cm Depth: 49 cm Height: 193 cm Price: AUD$3450 now half price $1725
3. Federation Mahogany Gramophone Cabinet c.1910
This amazing Federation mahogany gramophone cabinet once housed a gramophone. Alas, when we purchased the piece, all of the internal workings had been removed. The cabinet has been resurrected to create an attractive heritage item that can be used for modern living. There is a central cabinet behind a removable cover that could house an entertainment unit or television. There are 5 removable CD drawers behind each of the side drawers and further storage in the large drawer above the central cabinet and under the large lid.
Length: 101 cm Depth: 73 cm Height: 129 cm Price: AUD$1550 now half price $775
2. Art Nouveau Mahogany Cabinets (2) c.1900
These curvaceous cabinets once graced a large mahogany dressing table. They stand alone beautifully and retain their original complex decorative fretwork and aged patina. They each have a shaped bevelled mirror and a handy bow front drawer with original handle. They would be ideal to store trinkets and jewelry and could be used as shaving or makeup mirrors. They represent great heirloom gifts for family or friends and are totally unique.
Length: 27 cm Depth: 22 cm Height: 69 cm Price: AUD$850
1. Edwardian Oak and Marble Ecclesiastical Cabinet c.1900
The highest quality oak, ash and marble have been used to create this amazing ecclesiastical cabinet that has three solid oak sides with gothic carving and an open back. It could be used as is but with some imagination, this beautiful piece could be transformed into a sideboard, dresser, hall table, cocktail cabinet or bathroom cabinet. The cabinet could easily be combined with our stunning oak church pews and petitions to create an extraordinary room.
Length: 122 cm Depth: 60.5 cm Height: 140 cm Price: AUD$2250 Sold
CHAIRS, SEATS and LOUNGES
11. Edwardian Oak Desk Chair c.1910
This quality Edwardian studded desk chair is made of solid oak and retains its original mellow patina. The back and sides feature external solid oak panels offset by original brown leatherette upholstery. This strong and versatile chair will suit any antique or modern desk.
Length: 58 cm Depth: 44 cm Height: 88 cm Price: $950
10. French Walnut Louis XVI Salon Chair c. 1920
This luscious two-seater salon chair revisits the popular French style of the late 1700’s. It is surprisingly strong on its tapering solid walnut legs. The flowing lines of the timber frame are complimented by the beautiful blue/grey/silver fabric design. It is very comfortable and would be perfect at the base of a bed or in a window nook.
Length: 114.5 cm Depth: 56 cm Height: 67 cm Price: AUD$950
9. Federation Oak Armchairs (2) c.1900
These Federation oak armchairs are solidly constructed with beautifully grained oak and have simple slat backs, making them ideal for use in the dining room, kitchen or family room. They have been expertly reupholstered in quality green leather.
Length: 60 cm Depth: 50 cm Height: 103 cm Price: AUD$1150
8. Federation Oak Desk Chair c.1910
This quality Federation desk chair is made of solid oak and retains its original mellow patina. The attractive slat back and roll-end arms are offset by a rich dark green leather seat. This piece is a quality chair that will suit any desk or study.
Length: 62 cm Depth: 48 cm Height: 95 cm Price: AUD$1250
37. Federation Silky Oak Armchairs (3) c.1925
These unusual Federation silky oak armchairs from the 1920’s bring Australian design into the spotlight. They are strong yet extremely stylish, with sweeping frames of solid silky oak. These chairs are in remarkable original condition with their mellow patina and brown leatherette upholstery. A gentleman’s study or office would be enhanced by this outstanding set of chairs, which are available to be sold as a set for $2400 or separately at $825 each. Interior designers should take notice of these unique items.
Length: 64.5 cm Depth: 54 cm Height: 83 cm Price: AUD$2400
36. Louis XVI Beech Chairs (2) c.1880
The years leading up to the French Revolution saw a Neoclassical theme to furniture design, using sumptuous imported timbers and gold. When it again came into favour in the late 19th Century, the designs were simpler and used local timbers such as beech and fruitwoods. These chairs, originally with rush seats and backs, are beautiful examples of this French revival period. They are made of sturdy solId beech with rounded spindle shaped legs and struts. The carved decorations on the back and arms show the Neoclassical influence. They have been beautifully reupholstered in quality fabric and will inspire their new owners.
Length: 52 cm Depth: 45 cm Height: 101 cm Price: AUD$1900
35. Late Victorian Ladder Back Chair c.1895
This Late Victorian maple ladder back armchair is a wonderful example of the quality furniture manufactured at the turn of the century by Beard Watson Ltd. These popular ladder back chairs were designed by Grimson & Barnsley of London and faithfully reproduced by the local Sydney firm. They were advertised on their comprehensive and stylish catalogues. This chair has its original springing and a pleasant blue patterned cotton material that is in good condition. The copper plaque – Beard Watson Ltd, Sydney, Upholsterers & Co – is located under the frame. The chair is similar to another Beard Watson carver and chair that are available for sale.
Length: 56 cm Depth: 46 cm Height: 96 cm Price: AUD$425
34. Federation Fruitwood Ladderback Chairs (2) c.1910
This dainty pair of ladderback chairs are in remarkable original condition. Their timeless charm could transform any simple room into something special. We also have some similar ladderback chairs that would compliment these.
Length: 39.5 cm Depth: 36 cm Height: 86 cm Price: AUD$450
33. Arts and Crafts Oak Chairs (2) c.1900
This fabulous pair of Arts and Crafts oak hall chairs feature soaring backs and shaped arms that seem to embrace you. The upper backs have fielded panels over interwoven turned rungs that are replicated in the front turned legs. These chairs are highly collectable and an identical pair is extremely rare.
Length: 61 cm Depth: 53 cm Height: 132 cm Price: AUD$3250
32. Federation Oak Church Pews (4) c.1910
This rare set of single church pews are constructed with solid Australian silky oak and are in exceptional original condition. These pews would be ideal for use around a dining table in the kitchen or could be a unique feature in the lounge, family room or bedroom. As pairs or sets are more valuable than a single piece, they can be purchased as a pair for $1500 ($750 each) or $2900 for the set of four.
Length: 63.5 cm Depth: 47 cm Height: 97.5 cm Price: AUD$2900
31. Federation Fruitwood Desk Chair c.1910
This quality Federation desk chair is made of solid fruitwood and retains its original mellow patina. The attractive slat back and roll-end arms are offset by a rich green leather seat. This piece is a quality chair that will suit any desk or study.
Length: 57 cm Depth: 46 cm Height: 80 cm Price: AUD$950
30. Federation Oak Desk Chair c.1930
This stylish oak desk chair is in excellent condition and features attractive red leather upholstery. The chair is very comfortable and will be suitable for use in any room in the house or office.
Length: 54 cm Depth: 54 cm Height: 85 cm Price: AUD$750
29. Arts and Crafts Oak Stool c.1910
This small stool features indents and shaped legs, very much in the Arts and Crafts style. It is made of solid, heavily grained oak and could also be used as a decorative stool, plant stand, side or lamp table. It will add a touch of class to the bedroom, family room or lounge room.
Length: 66.5 cm Depth: 36 cm Height: 69.5 cm Price: AUD$850
28. Federation Maple Dining Chairs (6) c.1910
This beautiful set of Federation maple dining chairs are in good original condition. They have an original French polished patina and retain traditional sprung brown leatherette seats that are very comfortable and durable. The construction using solid dark stained maple is very strong yet their cabriole legs and swan backs give them a certain elegance.
Length: 51 cm Depth: 45 cm Height: 103 cm Price: AUD$2400
27. Victorian Walnut Desk Chair c.1890
This regal Victorian desk chair was formerly owned by the City Tattersall’s Club (the CTC insignia can be clearly seen on the backrest). It is made of quality walnut with turned front legs, studded leatherette seat and back. It is in good original condition, retaining its French polished finish, and has new ceramic front wheels. This will be a stylish addition to any study, hallway or foyer.
Length: 49 cm Depth: 50 cm Height: 89 cm Price: AUD$950
26. Edwardian Oak Dining Chairs (6) and Carvers (2) c.1905
This extraordinary set of Edwardian oak high back chairs comprise two carvers (59 cm x 50 cm x 119 cm - $675 each) and six chairs (44.5 cm x 41 cm x 109 cm - $475 each). They embrace all the ideals of Edwardian furniture with beautifully turned front legs and arm rest supports, carved slat backs and a simple orange cream fabric upholstery. The original springing and webbing are sound and comfortable. These chairs are well made, very solid and highly collectable.
Length: 44.5 cm Depth: 41 cm Height: 109 cm Price: AUD$4200
25. Late Victorian Cedar Hall Chair c.1880
This elegant Late Victorian cedar hall chair exudes class and style. Its rich Australian red cedar frame is lightweight but strong and well-constructed. The chair features deeply turned legs and the familiar Late Victorian four leaf motif adorns the back whilst its studded plain velvet upholstery is in excellent condition. The chair could be used in any room of the house.
Length: 39 cm Depth: 38 cm Height: 84 cm Price: AUD$550
24. Federation Arts and Crafts Oak Morris Chairs (2) 1905
This stylish pair of Federation Arts and Crafts oak armchairs have been tastefully reupholstered in a pale neutral material by the previous owner and retain their well sprung, comfortable seats. One chair has a more conventional adjustable upright profile (70 cm x 67 cm x 90 cm) and bears the maker's plaque (9 March 1905 with patented no. 2690), while the other has an elaborate range of settings that allows the chair to fully recline (70 cm x 68 cm x 95 cm). The chairs can be purchased as a pair or separately.
Length: 70 cm Depth: 67 cm Height: 90 cm Price: AUD$850
Length: 70 cm Depth: 68 cm Height: 95 cm Price: AUD$850
23. Federation Oak Dining Chairs (4) c.1900
These Federation oak chairs are solidly constructed with beautifully grained oak and have simple slat backs, making them ideal for use in the dining room or kitchen. They have been expertly reupholstered in a quality Warwick fabric.
Length: 45.5 cm Depth: 41 cm Height: 101.5 cm Price: AUD$1800
22. Edwardian Oak Settle c.1900
This Edwardian oak settle is constructed with solid oak and has attractive carving in the panels on the back and on the lower seat. There is useful storage under the lift top seat and its size makes it ideal for use in any room in the house.
Length: 121.5 cm Depth: 54 cm Height: 122.5 cm Price: AUD$1950
21. Arts and Crafts Oak and Leather Chairs (5) c.1905
The quality of this unusual set of Arts and Crafts chairs comprising two carvers (70 cm x 60 cm x 102 cm - $925 each) and three chairs (45 cm x 50 cm x 98 cm - $750 each) is second to none. They are strongly constructed of solid oak with seats and backs professionally reupholstered using their original springs and beautiful ‘antique cedar’ leather. The style and construction is similar to the greats of the American movement, Roycrofters, Limbert and Stickley. They have retained their original patina, are extremely comfortable and are definitely a rare find.
Length: 70 cm Depth: 60 cm Height: 102 cm Price: AUD$4100
20. Edwardian Oak Dining Chairs (4) c.1900
This simple set of sturdy Edwardian oak chairs can be used in the dining room or kitchen. They are solidly constructed of blonde oak with the distinct influence of the Arts and Crafts movement. They have been expertly reupholstered in a quality Warwick fabric.
Length: 43 cm Depth: 47 cm Height: 87 cm Price: AUD$1700
19. Federation Blackwood Desk Chair c.1910
This quality desk chair is made of beautiful solid blackwood. It retains its original patina, green leather studded seat and strong iron swivel mechanism. The replacement wheels are more conducive to polished timber floors and move with a smooth motion. This piece is a quality chair that will suit any desk or study.
Length: 57 cm Depth: 52 cm Height: 78 cm Price: AUD$950
18. Victorian Style High Parlour Seat
This elegant parlour seat will be a beautiful addition to any bedroom, sitting room or lounge room, but would easily be at home in a bridal boutique or other retail sales store. It is strongly constructed in the high Victorian style incorporating carved and flowing shapes and sits on four carved cabriole legs with pad feet.
Length: 127 cm Depth: 56 cm Height: 100 cm Price: AUD$950 now half price $475
17. Edwardian Mahogany Salon Chair c.1900
This very attractive Edwardian armchair is strongly constructed of beautiful mahogany and features ribbon inlay and bamboo moulded legs. It retains its original upholstery that has been bolstered with new webbing.
Length: 51 cm Depth: 34 cm Height: 80 cm Price: AUD$450 sold
16. Victorian Mahogany Dining Chairs (6) c.1880
These gorgeous Victorian mahogany dining chairs have been fully restored and recently reupholstered with a sage green velour fabric. They have wide comfortable seats, deep turned and reeded legs and a row of spindles on the cushioned roll backs. The original castors have been removed and replaced with timber extensions to increase the height of each chair.
Length: 50 cm Depth: 50 cm Height: 87 cm Price: AUD$2950 now half price $1475
15. Late Victorian Ladder Back Chair c.1895
This Late Victorian mahogany ladder back armchair is a wonderful example of the quality furniture manufactured at the turn of the century by Beard Watson Ltd. These popular ladder back chairs were designed by Grimson & Barnsley of London and faithfully reproduced by the local Sydney firm. They were advertised on their comprehensive and stylish catalogues. This chair has its original springing and patterned cotton material, which is in good condition. The copper plaque – Beard Watson Ltd, Sydney, Upholsterers & Co – is located under the frame. The chair is similar to another Beard Watson carver and chair that are available for sale.
Length: 57.5 cm Depth: 42 cm Height: 96 cm Price: AUD$425
14. Late Victorian Ladder back Chair c.1895
This Late Victorian rosewood ladder back chair is a wonderful example of the quality furniture manufactured at the turn of the century by Beard Watson Ltd. These popular ladder back chairs were designed by Grimson & Barnsley of London and faithfully reproduced by the local Sydney firm. They were advertised on their comprehensive and stylish catalogues. This chair is one of a trio that are each upholstered in neutral woven material and are in commendable condition (the French polish is slightly crazed). The copper plaque – Beard Watson Ltd, Sydney, Upholsterers & Co – is located under the frame with the indented number 7819.
Length: 40 cm Depth: 43 cm Height: 97 cm Price: AUD$325
13. Late Victorian Ladder Back Chair c.1895
This Late Victorian rosewood ladder back armchair is a wonderful example of the quality furniture manufactured at the turn of the century by Beard Watson Ltd. These popular ladder back chairs were designed by Grimson & Barnsley of London and faithfully reproduced by the local Sydney firm. They were advertised on their comprehensive and stylish catalogues. This chair is one of a trio that are each upholstered in neutral woven material and are in commendable condition (the French polish is slightly crazed). The copper plaque – Beard Watson Ltd, Sydney, Upholsterers & Co – is located under the frame with the indented number 8025.
Length: 57 cm Depth: 44 cm Height: 97 cm Price: AUD$425
12. Arts and Crafts Oak Rush Seat Chair c.1910
This is a fine example of Arts and Crafts design from the border region of England. It was originally part of the Hathaway Dining Suite and this piece was copied and made by noted Sydney furniture manufacturer, Beard Watson Limited. This chair is in great original condition, retaining its dark oak patina and rush drop-in seat.
Length: 46 cm Depth: 43 cm Height: 92 cm Price: AUD$495
11. Victorian Walnut Piano Stool c.1885
This attractive and unusual Victorian mahogany piano stool is in remarkable original condition. From the studded crimson velvet seat to the spindle gallery for sheet music, the stool is a truly unique and remarkable piece. There is a clever brass mechanism that enables the height of the seat to be adjusted. This is a high class investment piece that would look fantastic at a traditional piano or in an elegant bedroom or lounge room.
Length: 60 cm Depth: 34 cm Height: 61 cm Price: AUD$475 Sold
10. Federation Oak Dining Chairs (8) c.1905
Sets of dining chairs of this number and quality are extremely rare. This Federation oak set comprises two carvers (61 cm x 59 cm x103.5 cm - $450 each) and six chairs (44 cm x 54 cm x 100 cm - $370 each) in outstanding original condition. They are exceptionally strong and have a beautifully patinated oak grain with attractive cut out designs. The gold studded upholstery and webbing requires no immediate attention but could easily be replaced with fabric or leather.
Length: 44 cm Depth: 54 cm Height: 100 cm Price: AUD$3120
9. Victorian Walnut Chair c.1870
This character filled Victorian walnut chair has been left in total original condition as restoration would have detracted from its value and charm. Its well used appearance will enhance any room.
Length: 46 cm Depth: 43 cm Height: 92 cm Price: AUD$350
8.Victorian Style High back Armchair
This gorgeous Victorian style armchair hails from South American and could be the crowning glory of any room. Its stylish design is enhanced by an attractive floral upholstery and trim.
Length: 67 cm Depth: 54 cm Height: 116 cm Price: AUD$650
7. Edwardian Blackwood Slat Back Chair c.1910
This very comfortable Edwardian chair is made of solid blackwood and is covered with an attractive sage fabric. The chair could stand alone in a room or would be ideal for use at a desk.
Length: 58 cm Depth: 48 cm Height: 104 cm Price: AUD$475
6. Federation Oak and Cedar Double Piano Stool c.1900
This Federation double cedar piano stool stands on four slender oak legs and has been nicely restored and reupholstered with a regal gold fabric. Double piano stools such as this are rarely found.
Length: 79 cm Depth: 35 cm Height: 60 cm Price: AUD$850
5. Edwardian Mahogany Tub Chair c.1910
This extremely comfortable Edwardian mahogany bedroom chair is in totally original condition with an aged patina. It has been reupholstered in the past with an olive, gold and white stripped material and its stylish design is complimented by gently curved side splats.
Length: 58 cm Depth: 56 cm Height: 75.5 cm Price: AUD$325
4. Edwardian Mahogany Chairs (2) by Liberty & Co, London c.1900
These stunning Edwardian mahogany chairs are part of a bedroom suite by the famous British furniture retailer, Liberty & Co, of Regent Street, London. Liberty championed the work of the most progressive designers of British “New Art” and by 1900, was celebrated worldwide as a leader in the production of Arts and Crafts furniture. The chairs are made of beautiful solid mahogany with original aged patina and exceptional inlays of exotic woods that depict briar roses. The seats have been recently upholstered with an attractive floral material. The Liberty & Co ivorine maker’s plaques are not visible but we suspect that they are under the upholstery. There are also two matching single beds available for sale separately.
Length: 44 cm Depth: 40 cm Height: 100 cm Price: AUD$1200
3. Federation Oak Chairs (2) c.1925
These two Federation oak armchairs have only had one owner and are in immaculate original condition. Each chair has been professionally rewebbed and reupholstered in quality neutral material.
Length: 55 cm Depth: 47 cm Height: 99.5 cm Price: AUD$400
2. Edwardian Walnut Chairs (2) c.1890
These two late Victorian walnut chairs are upholstered in attractive pale green on cream material. They have small armrests supported on spindles, nicely turned legs and stretchers.
Length: 47 cm Depth: 52 cm Height: 89 cm Price: AUD$600
1. Arts and Crafts Oak Hall Chairs (2) c.1880
These two unique Arts and Crafts oak hall chairs have the original patina and ornate celtic carving on the back and legs with original castors. They have been recovered with quality dark brown studded leather over the original padding, springs and webbing. They are extremely sturdy and will look impressive in the lounge room, dining room or hallway.
Length: 50 cm Depth: 48 cm Height: 105 cm Price: AUD$1900