Two (2) blackwood framed 1920s chairs with arms. Suede upholstery natural chamois colour, these are probably a Masonic or institutional commission in the 20’s (Melbourne Harbour??). Please note fragments missing on one arm, see photo. Measurements are 60 cm wide 68 cm deep 46 cm high to seat 100cm high to back. Our price is $290 for the pair.
Blackwood bookcase with two sliding doors and infinitely adjustable solid wood shelves. Please note that the doors lift out for transport and that three panes of glass are missing. A public service commission for the South Melbourne Technical School. executed in blackwood around 1900. Measurements are 205 cm wide 33 cm deep and 191cm high. Bookshelf depth 25 cm.
Blackwood writing bureau or desk, early 20th century. Pigeon holes within and storage below, original key locks cupboard and desk. Measurements are 76 cm wide 33 cm deep standing 121cm high.
Set of four (4) antique blackwood dining chairs with genuine leather seats. Chair measurements are 56 cm wide at the front 56 m deep standing 47cm high at
the seat and 105cm high at the back.
A blackwood display cabinet from the 1930’s with two glass shelves and glass sides. Cabriole legs and and a carved rope edge on the top. There is one key. Some light scratches otherwise no faults to speak of.
95 cm wide x 40 cm deep and 130 cm high.
Made in Australia in the early 1900’s this blackwood hallstand is in solid original condition with the authentic period hooks and a lift up compartment under the seat. A few light scratches and the circular tin drip trays are missing, otherwise a useful and practical antique.
92 cm wide x 40 cm deep and 205 cm high.
An antique hall stand made from blackwood in Australia in the early 1900’s. Complete and in good order with hooks and storage box in the base.
100 cm wide x 30 cm deep and 210 cm high.
An antique dressing table comprising a chest and large mirror. Made in Australia in Blackwood around 1910. Excellent condition.
122 cms wide x 55 cms deep and 160 cms high.