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.
A tall bookshelf made in Australia in the 1960’s. from solid wood.
93 cm wide x 20 cm deep and 120 cm high.
Price Now Sold
An oak desk made in England around 1950. A leather topped writing surface with a (rare) piano hinge running the whole width and giving significantly more strength than is customary. Pigeon holes are inside. The exterior features elaborate carving.
80 cm wide x 46 cm deep and 100 cm high.
An antique rosewood armchair from the late 1800’s reupholstered in red velvet.
70 cm wide x 80 cm deep and 90 cms high at the back.
In the antique Victorian style, this two piece bookcase is a reproduction of the original. All solid wood with glass doors above two drawers and cupboards below providing excellent and elegant storage for your home or workplace.
116 cm wide x 46 cm deep and 206 cm high.
An antique Australian bookcase in two parts from the late 1800’s. Classic standard design.
104 cm wide x 44 cm deep (base) x 220 cm high.
A pair of leather button back and seat armchairs by Melbourne maker Alexander J Cook. These are very well made chairs that would have cost in excesss of $4,000. Comfortable, beautiful and now affordable.
75 cm wide x 80 cm deep and 85 cm high.
Price A$960 for two