A Tasmanian Colonial period cedar chaise lounge with gold silk upholstery, well carved acanthus scrolled back and arm, circa 1840, 190 cm long. Provenance: Purchased from Miss J. E. Allport, Aldridge Lodge, South Hobart, 1967.
A Regency mahogany double ended chaise lounge, circa 1830, with a high low curved back, the facing frame with cut brass inlay, on four sabre legs, upholstered in Regency stripe sage silk with end cushion, 200 cm width x 66 cm depth.
A Victorian mahogany upholstered chaise lounge c.1870-1880. The chaise is a single end type, with carved back rail, cabriole legs and deep button work to the back. Height 94 cm; length 174 cm; Depth 70 cm
An Colonial cedar chaise lounge c.1890's. The lounge has an upholstered seat and back rest, with carved scrolling arm support upon turned bun feet with castors. Height 93 cm. Length 190 cm. Depth 59 cm
A five piece French Louis XI style salon suite, 3rd quarter 19th century, comprising four fauteuils and a canape, with gilded shaped frames with carved ribbon designs and floral cresting, all upholstered in dusky pink floral brocade and on cabriole legs, l
A rare West Australian Colonial jarrah, chaise lounge, c.1870/1880, maker unknown, decorated with double fluted front and side rail, with turned bulbous legs and scrolling arm, back panel, (lacking slats and upholstery). Height 69 cm; length 190 cm. Depth
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