A particularly well made, strong, solid and comfortable antique style garden bench. Though best left under shelter it could easily be weatherproofed with some marine varnish to give a long life exposed to the elements.
175 cms wide,
60 cms deep and 107 cms high at the back. Price $195
A sturdy but rough garden seat made with the traditional wooden slats and iron strap work ( not rust damaged, as is often the case). $145
153 cms wide x 60 cms deep and 77 cms high at the back.
We have been operating for 30 years, selling antique furniture on consignment from this Victorian terrace shop.
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Painted in an industrial finish this classic Adirondack easy chair would look good on your balcony or verandah. $155
68 cms wide x 90 cms deep, and 70 cms high at the back.
1960’s garden setting in fairly “rustic” condition. The bench needs welding at one junction. $155 for four pieces.
A three metre pew from the early 1900’s $670. A chimnea and stand $135, and a smaller iron table in the same style as the table and chairs recently illustrated. $190.
Tree pairs of seats for the great Australian outdoors a.k.a. one’s balcony or patio. Two 1960’s white alloys at $35 ea. two green reproduction cast iron $69 ea. Lastly two recycled timber stools at $89 ea. plus a reproduction round wooden table $119. Which is your favourite?
It’s not great for business turnover…but we’re actually quite partial to the cheapest pair.
34 degrees in Emerald Hill today. Many crucial decisions requiring one’s attention. Deck chair without arms, 1950 $95. Or with arms and slightly earlier $69. Ok, that’s done, now what shall we add to those lonely ice cubes on our glass?