A set of eight (8) ladder back dining chairs. Authentic reproductions of the style popular in provincial France. Made by reputable Melbourne maker Gaudions approx. 20 years ago. These chairs would have sold for between $600 and $700 each. Now this does sound a bit like retail spiel, but we have a similar set at home and they are ideal for the rough and tumble of family life.
50 cm x 50 cm x 110 cm high at the back.
Price $1200 for 8
Made in the 1970’s by this well known Australian manufacturer of quality furniture. Operating for over 70 years they have sadly recently closed their doors. These armchairs are in good shape having been in the same family from new. Exhibiting some creasing. Foam filling, leather, frame and string backs all in otherwise good usable order.
78 cm wide x 90 cm deep and 85 cm high at the back.
Price A$980 for two.
A complete set of six oak framed antique chairs for the dining or kitchen table. In excellent restored condition these are ready for immediate use.
48 cm wide x50 cm deep and 100 cm high a=t the back.
A set of six (6) oak dining chairs made in France in the last half of the 1900’s. These are really very solid and the rush seating is in uniformly great shape. No faults to speak of. Please note that at present we have another set of 6 chairs, also from France, in a lighter colour. The price is for the set.
460cm x 46 cm x 108 cm high.
A stylish armchair originally sold by Domo. No faults to speak of.
Estimate 60 cm x 60 cm x 85 cm high.
A genuine bentwood rocking chair made by Thonet. Featuring fresh laced cane and complete. The frame will require some attention (tightening) however it is all there. The restoration expense is normally in the recaning, which can easily in our experience, run to $250 plus per panel.
80 cm wide x 100 cm deep and 80 cm high (to be checked).
Four antique balloon back, mahogany, dining chairs made around 1880. All in good useable condition.
50 cm x50 cm x82 cm high at the back, standard 46 cm high at the seat.
A$195 for four.