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.
A pair or Louis XVI style armchars made in France in the mid 1900’s. Featuring a regency stripe pattern and decorative carving as illustrated in the photos. Very stylish and comfortable too.
60 cm wide and 60 cm deep, standing 93 cm high.
Price A$585 for two.
A classic Georgian antique style armchair with a carved ball and claw foot. While not being old, to our eye, this is a most authentic looking reproduction. Please note that there is a dark mark on the right hand arm and another hidden under the cushion. We have detailed both in the accompanying photographs. Springing, frame and other areas of fabric in excellent condition.
Measurements are 90 cm wide x 85 cm deep and 115 cm high at the back.
Price Now Sold
A very comfortable dining chair made about 10 years ago. This is a well made chair with premium thick leather hide and solid and strong oak frames. Add the arms and the down side might be that your dinner guests never want to leave your table! We have and would prefer to sell the six in one transaction but will consider selling four. Price is for each.
57 cm wide x 60 cm deep and 102cm high.
Made in France around 1930 these oak framed armchairs could be used in a dining or lounge room setting. The expensive tapestry fabrics and oak frames are in good condition. The inner stuffing would benefit from attention in the future. These chairs are useable at present. Please note that we also have available four standard (without arms) from the same set.
59 cm wide, by 60 cm deep and 125 cms high.
Price A$345 for two
A reupholstered armchair from the 1950’s. One of two similar priced chairs and to be sold as each.
75 cm x 75 cm x 80 cm high