A set of four (4) restored dining chairs from the English Georgian period (1714 to 1837). Featuring the wide seat and elegant restrained decoration that are the hallmarks of this classic era of furniture making. The French blue leather re-upholstered seat complements the dark mahogany wood frame.
5 cm wide x 50 cm deep and 100 cm high.
Price A$800 (4).
This mahogany veneered chest woud have been made in England (or possibly Australia), in the last quater of the 1800’s. All drawers operate smoothly. Some veneer is missing (principally lower right at the the front and back left at the top). Please see photos for more detail on this).
105 cm wide x 48 cm deep and 118 cm high.
From the early 1900’s this antique Suthland drop sided table is made from mahogany with fine square bucket castors on the two supporting legs. Each flap measures 25 cm giving a top area of 65 cm x 54 cm.
Closed and folded this table is 54 cm x 15 cm x 58 cm high.
From early 1800’s this bow fronted chest is the genuine article. While entirely useable there are some condition issues documented in our photographs. These largely relate to veneer, and cock beading around the drawer perimeters. All drawers operate well. Please don’t hesitate to call either in person or by phone for more information.
111 cm x 53 cm x 113 cm high.
A fine mahogany example fitted with a drawer and castors. From the pre Victorian era (1800 to 1830) with drop sides this is a useful and elegant entertaining table for the home. Some of the finer aspects of the cabinet maker’s skill are partly hidden. The castors concealed beneath the feet and the delicate turning on the pedestal, fully revealed when the side flaps are lifted.
105 cm long x 63 cm wide and 72 cm high.
Four antique balloon back, mahogany, dining chairs made around 1880. All in good useable condition.
50 cm x50 cm x82 cm high at the back, standard 46 cm high at the seat.
A$195 for four.
In absolutely wonderful condition this 140 year old piece of furniture is in museum condition. Please note the detailed carving recorded in the photos. Even down to the original brass tooled wingnuts used to hold the adjustable mirror in the angle selected. Would look great in an antique or modern environment.
120 cm wide x 58 cm deep and 165 cm high