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. Now Sold.
From the 1930’s this wooden filing cabinet offers stylish storage. Made from Tasmanian oak as is customary.
55 cm wide x 56 cm dep and 138 cm high.
A 10 drawer wooden filing cabinet made in Australia in the 1930’s.
30 cm wide x 45 cm deep and 119 cm high.
A stylish deck with shallow slide out drawer and cupboard. The drawer mechanism looks like 1980 but the overall appearance is early 1900’s. A useful reproduction piece of furniture.
140 cm wide and 60 cm deep and 76 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.
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 cedar desk fitted with two drawers with keys.
122 cms wide, 88 cms deep and 76 (standard height) high. $245