Modern version of the classic wing back Georgian library chair. A good strong club style chair with some upholstery faults. including a tear on arm (see detail photo), and buttons missing on back. We have been told that the buttons are an easy repair, we have yet to check this out. We have had some requests in the past for a “gnarly” leather club chair. Maybe this is it?
77 cms wide 85 cms deep and 93 cms high at the back.
An impressive tall antique bookcase made in Australia from rare cedar in the late 1800s. As is traditional the bookcase separates into two pieces facilitating transport and installation. Fabulous library storage, that has been quietly doing its job caring for books for over 100 years. There is further capacity available in the large drawer and cupboard below.
123 cms wide, 50 cms deep and 224 cms high
A truly magnificent double sided antique partners desk from the late 1800s. The rear photographs make this a bit tricky to see, however the appearance of each of the two worksides is identical. The original leather top has some scars from the last 125 years of use. We deliver of course, please see below, however you may not know that these desks divide, without tools, into three sections, allowing installation via stairs etc. $980
153 cms wide, 120 cms deep and 76 cms high.
A tall and narrow antique bookcase with two leadlight glass doors above and two cupboards below.
This one piece unit is in good order however at the time of sale we are unable to open the lower cupboard which remains locked.
115 cms wide x 36 cms deep and 218 cms hgh.
A pair of comfortable green leather armchairs with well padded seats and an excellent original fitted stool included. Please note there are some small losses in the form of small tear and wear in the arms. Please see photographs.
Approx. 80 cms wide x 90 cms deep and 85 cms high
An anique desk chair from the early 1900s. Finished in green vinyl with a removeable and original feather filled seat cushion. The seat is adjustable for height and the castors are all in good condition.
Condition report.There is a 4 centimetre fragment of wood missing on the left hand side.Please see photograpgh. Otherwise all good and useable.
An Arts and Crafts style bookcase with lead light doors and adjustable shelves made in Australia in the first half of the 1900’s. Perfect for your library or china collection.
115 cms wide by 30 cms deep and 155 cms high
We have been operating for 30 years, selling antique furniture on consignment from this Victorian terrace shop.
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