A set of eight (8) ladder back dining chairs. Authentic reproductions of the style popular in provincial France. Made by reputable Melbourne maker Gaudions approx. 20 years ago. These chairs would have sold for between $600 and $700 each. Now this does sound a bit like retail spiel, but we have a similar set at home and they are ideal for the rough and tumble of family life.
50 cm x 50 cm x 110 cm high at the back.
Price $1200 for 8
An iron framed workbench with two levels and fitted with castors.
160cm x 60 cm x 80 cm high.
A complete set of six oak framed antique chairs for the dining or kitchen table. In excellent restored condition these are ready for immediate use.
48 cm wide x50 cm deep and 100 cm high a=t the back.
An oak and oak veneer extension table made in England around the 1940’s. The two leaves, visible underneath the table, are withdrawn in seconds and without tools.
91 cm x 91 cm x 76 cm high
From the early 1900’s this antique oak table was made in France. Turned legs and a sturdy stretcher base.
187 cm long, 87 cm wide and 76 cm high.
This one is really quite clever. A comfortable solid compact table in Tasmanian oak. With a very built in extension at each end. We may have led a sheltered life over the last 30 years in this game, but we had not previously encountered this method. Each end has a fold out (butterfly ) leaf that can be used independently. The table is very solid ( a good start for a robust entertaining life), and the fabric covered chairs are comfortable, clean and well sprung. Faults? A 0.5 cm bruise on one edge.
Price A$ 790
Closed 90 cm x 120 cm x 77 (each leaf adds 42 cm).
Chairs standard height 46 cm.
An extension table on two pedestals from the 1950/60 period. Extends to seat 8 to 10 people. Leaf contained within the table when not in use.
143 cms long (with a leaf of 46 cm making it 190 long) x 100 cm wide and 76 cm high.
Price A$ 348