In particularly fine condition this antique desk with nine drawers and brass handles is large enough to be completely practical and at the same time compact enough for the home. Described as Georgian with it’s rope edge carving on the top and solid brass bracket handles it was proba
bly made in the early 1900’s Measurements are 131 cm by 78 cm and 76 cm high.
From the Victorian period this blue leather library chair has a good solid frame and castors. There are some significant wear lines in the seat. We believe these could be addressed successfully with some blue shoe polish and leather conditioner.
70 cm x 75 cm deep and 90 cm high.
Made by New Zealand company Astley in the 1990’s, this high quality leather armchair is a particularly comfortable example.
The lever controls the backrest.
No faults to speak of.
The price is for one chair.
85 cm wide x 95 cm deep and approx. 105 cm high.
A very comfortable dining chair made about 10 years ago. This is a well made chair with premium thick leather hide and solid and strong oak frames. Add the arms and the down side might be that your dinner guests never want to leave your table! We have and would prefer to sell the six in one transaction but will consider selling four. Price is for each.
57 cm wide x 60 cm deep and 102cm high.
This fine quality reproduction is based on a Le Corbusier design from 1928. Compact comfortable and stylish. No wonder it still looks good 90 years after it was first drawn.
Couch 145 cm wide , 70 cm deep and 70 cm high.
Each armchair 90 cm wide, 70 cm deep and 70 cm high.
A brown leather reclining armchair from the 1980’s. In good operating condition. No faults to mention.
89 cm wide x 90 cm deep and 100 cm high.
This compact desk with lock and filing drawers is a useful and attractive piece of furniture in the antique style. Condition report. Burn marks on the leather in the upper right. May we request that you check this in the photos, and put your desk lamp on this bit, if you buy it.
136 cm wide x 60 cm deep and 78 cm high.