This is a beautifully uphostered sofa from the late 1800’s, featuring carved wood and a rare button back. All ceramic castors are intact. Springing excellent. Highy recommended. No faults to mention.
Handy tip. Install one of these in the kitchen. While reclining you could embrace the new vogue for slow cooking.
200 cm long, 85 cm deep and 98 cm high.
Price A$ 880.
A late Victorian chaise longue re-upholstered in a green velvet. Cedar frame with original castors. All in good order.
200 cms long x 70 cm wide (deep) and 80 cm high at the headrest roll.
A well made reproduction of the classic Le Corbusier chaise longue. Made in leather. Chair shown in two different position and adjusts to anything inbetween.
160 long cm x 50 cm high and approx. 80 cm high ( can vary, please see above).
Price A$ 390
Pretty rare. Apparently by Dare Furniture. This lay back first class aircraft cabin style armchair has a modernist Italian look. Brushed aluminium metalwork and a very useful cocktail tray that could be used for wine or beer if the need is urgent. We feel the fabric is leather however we could stand to be corrected on that score. Whatever the covering, the material it is virtually unmarked.
165 cm long x 63 cm wide and 85 cm high at the headrest.
Price A$690. Price Drop. Now $490.
a reproduction chaise longue with brass castors and generous seating $890. And above a Dutch light fitting from about 1950, nine candles in all. $690.
Chrome and leather chair and stool 1980 $380. Domed trunk 1880 $450. Later smaller wooden banded trunk, 1900 $120. Torchére base, previously illustrated.
Edwardian chaise longue. Re-upholstered in blue velvet. $585.