Made by New Zealand company Astley in the 1990’s, this high quality leather armchair is a particularly comfortable example.
The lever controls the backrest.
No faults to speak of.
The price is for one chair.
85 cm wide x 95 cm deep and approx. 105 cm high.
n unusual medical chair (apparently for an optician) built in the 1960’s.
This has several faults including the gas lift not working and damaged arm upholstery on one side.
61 cm wide x 80 cm deep and 120 cm high. Please note that the head rest mechanism protrudes approx 10 cm beyond the depth measurement quoted here.
Made in Iran from wool and featuring classic red and blue colouring.
315 cm long and 83 cm wide.
This cabinet was made in Tibro, Denmark around 1960/70.
Includes a handy wooden sliding shelf hidden in the top of the cupboard.
Shelves are adjustable.
There is no key, however the doors close securely without it.
85 cm wide x 42 cm deep x 198 cm high.
A draw leaf table made in France in the mid 1900’s. A parquetry top with legs painted grey. The top extends without tools by pulling out a leaf at each end to create a true 10 seater dining area. 2.6 metres overall when open. Similarly it can be pushed in again in seconds when a smaller table is required. Some light scratches in the top which we have attempted to photograph. Otherwise a stylish and useable antique
160 cm x 100 cm x 76 cm high.
Each leaf is 50 cm and opens to 260 centimetres.
A Tasmanian oak open bookshelf made in the 1970’s and capable of storing a large number of books in an accessible fashion in a fairly compact space.
160 cm wide x 23 cm deep and 118 cm high.
From the mid 1900’s this French Louis XV style chest of four drawers is in excellent useable condition. The antiqued milk paint finish would complement a modern or vintage decor.
105 cm wide x 45 cm deep and 85 cm high.
Price A$ 485