Pretty rare. Apparently by Dare Furniture. This lay back first class aircraft cabin style armchair has a modernist Italian look. Brushed aluminium metalwork and a very useful cocktail tray that could be used for wine or beer if the need is urgent. We feel the fabric is leather however we could stand to be corrected on that score. Whatever the covering, the material it is virtually unmarked.
165 cm long x 63 cm wide and 85 cm high at the headrest.
Price A$690. Price Drop. Now $490.
An extension table on two pedestals from the 1950/60 period. Extends to seat 8 to 10 people. Leaf contained within the table when not in use.
143 cms long (with a leaf of 46 cm making it 190 long) x 100 cm wide and 76 cm high.
Price A$ 348
A classic half round hall table from the Victorian period. Some imperfections (cracks ) in the top and some small veneer losses on the foot on one side. Please see photographs.
94 cm wide x 54 cm deep and 76 cm high.
Price A$ 98
Two oak armchairs with barley sugar twist decoration and carved arms. Please note that the two drop in seat cushions are not identical. These would probably have been end chairs or carvers from an opulent dinner setting. Their shape makes them ideal also as bedroom, reading or desk chairs. In fact, for what it is worth, I am writing this from a similar chair right now.
85 cm wide x 60 cm deep and 100 cm high at the back.
Price A$ 200 for two
\n92 cm x 154 cm.
An older mirror (Mid century) gilt framed mirror that could sit over a fire or mantlepiece. It could also serve as a dressing mirror. Some significant defects in the glass commensurate with age.
92 cm x 154 cm.
An original drawing of a nude. Skilfully executed and framed appropriately
63 cm wide and 83 cm high.
A veneered coffee table of a good size made in Australia in the late 40 early 50’s. Some superficial scratches that could be attended to with a good furniture oil.
75 cm x 44 cm x 48 cm high.
Price A$ 98