A pair of armchairs made by L. Chr. Larsen and Son in Denmark in the 1960’s. This company worked for Hans Wegner and you can see the quality cabinetwork in the frames. Still bearing the original adhesive label (please see photograph).
Re-upholstered 20 years ago, some marks on the upholstery.
Each 70 cm wide x 75 cm deep and 70 cm high at the back
A comfortable armchair relatively narrow so an excellent fit for the bedroom or smaller room. Quite well made and formerly the property of a local interior decorator
66 cm wide x 90 cm deep and 80 cm high
An overmantle or wall mirror made in France from oak in the mid to late 1800s.
Generally in good order, the mirror is exhibiting signs of genuine age. This is generally (perhaps counter intuitively) regarded as a good thing by decorators, dealers and collectors.
85 cm wide x 15 cm deep and 125 cm high
A tall cabinet incorpoating a drop down desk with a gold tooled leather top. Similar in style to the fabulous Godwin cabinet with drop down desk recently sold by Leski’s in Armadale for $220,000. Well slightly similar!
On a more serious note, we make no secret of the fact that we love these tall desks that take up as much space as a book case and yet offer the desk writing option.
Solid oak and exhibiting some small issues associated with age.Please contact us for more related information.
105 cm wide x 35 cm deep x 184 cm high.
A double child’s desk in hardwood made around 1930 in Australia from Tasmanian oak. Good solid order.
92 cm wide x 45 cm deep and 70 cm high at it’s highest point.
A pair of well made modernist bedside chests of three drawers each.
$158 for a pair.
45 cm wide x 35 cm deep and 60 cm high.
Created by Melbourne artist Geoffrey Hales in
2015 and featuring images from the classic film Metropolis.