An antique refectory table made in France and recently imported into Australia. A sensible and practical long and narrow table, great cofiguration for famiily or entertaining (or both?).
20 cm long x 90cm wide and 75 cm high.
Price A$ 990
This one is really quite clever. A comfortable solid compact table in Tasmanian oak. With a very built in extension at each end. We may have led a sheltered life over the last 30 years in this game, but we had not previously encountered this method. Each end has a fold out (butterfly ) leaf that can be used independently. The table is very solid ( a good start for a robust entertaining life), and the fabric covered chairs are comfortable, clean and well sprung. Faults? A 0.5 cm bruise on one edge.
Price A$ 790
Closed 90 cm x 120 cm x 77 (each leaf adds 42 cm).
Chairs standard height 46 cm.
Made by leading Australian design company Aero in the early 2000’s. An entirely practical table with a modernist almost timeless style. Also a good design for the hurly burly of family life as very easy to clean.
180 cm x 90 cm x 74 cm high.
An eight seat dining table with a limed finish. Strong and steady, Legs will unscrew for transport.
Item Measurements180 cms x 90 cms x 77 cms high.
Authentic Billiani cafe chair, made in Italy for restauant ( commercial ) use. The features required, make it ideal for the rigours of family use.
43 cms wide x 42 cms deep and 88 cms high.
Price A$35 each
From the 1940s this very practical side table has drop sides. Either side can be lifted easily to provide dining for two. Lift both sides to provide a comfortable table for 6.
150 x 50 x 76 cms high.
These are some of the strongest chairs we have seen in the last 30 years. Also in excellent condition having been recently re-upholstered.
Made around 1950.
We like to think they are in the classical style and arrived here from the same home, with a similar Chippendale dining table that is priced separately and still available if required. $195 for four.
44 cms wide, 45 cms deep and 90 cms high at the back