Learn about Settee

A long couch dating from the late 17th century, similar to a sofa with arms at either end. Unlike the upholstered sofa, however, the settee usually has a shaped wooden splat back, similar to dining chairs. In Australia, any small couch is sometimes known as a settee.

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19th century German pine settee with central storage area & side storage in the arms

Antique double ended chaise sofa, with distressed leather upholstery, 225 cm wide

An Edwardian walnut parlor settee with string inlay. 114 cm across the arms

A small Edwardian upholstered settee, circa 1900, the settee with a spindle and upholstered back and arms, a deep stuffover seat and raised on short turned legs with porcelain casters, upholstered in a spot patterned buttermilk sateen. Height 74 cm. Width

A fine Thonet bentwood and cane settee, circa 1900, the curved beech frame with a hole to hole cane shaped back and a conforming seat, with curvaceous arm supports and tapering legs. Height 97 cm. Width 137 cm. Depth 60 cm

Colonial cedar double end sofa with acanthus & Rosette carving on facetted legs

A Georgian late 18th century upholstered settee on tapering legs with stretchers. 185 cm wide

A Federation spindle back parlour settee, 70 cm high. 130 cm wide, 50 cm deep

A serpentine shaped wingback sofa upholstered in 18th century tapestry, French, 19th century, 120 high, 192 wide

Early 20th century bentwood settee by Thonet 110 x 106 x 57 cm

A 19th century French ladderback settee rush seat 108 x 130 x 60 cm

Frank Lloyd Wright (American, 1867-1959), Cantilevered Sofa, Model No. HC402, designed in 1909 for the Robie House in Chicago, selected by Thomas A. Heinz, manufactured by Bexley Heath Ltd., USA, in 1995, quarter-sawn, solid oak and veneered panels, two en

Ole Gjerlov and Torben Lind, Moduline Settee, designed 1965, manufactured by France & Søn, Denmark, seats with black buttoned vinyl upholstery on a solid wood frame, labelled 'France & Søn, Denmark' (4), height 70 cm, width 57.5 cm, depth 70 cm

A Colonial cedar swan neck double ended settee upholstered in a cream silk fabric, circa 1840. 103 cm high, 223 cm wide, 62 cm deep

A George II provincial triple chair back settee, walnut and beech having a shaped top rail, with vasi-form back splats, drop in seat, a shaped apron to the front, supported on cabriole legs, 98 cm high, 155 cm wide, 52 cm deep

A Louis XV style walnut framed two seat settee, with a shaped crest rail, above a green velvet upholstered buttoned back, arms and two fitted seat cushions, cabriole supports, 141 cm wide

An Edwardian mahogany framed settee. Early 20th century, the squared framed settee with a button back above fretwork and shaped panels delicately inlaid in the Sheraton manner, having curved open arms, a stuffover seat and raised on turned conical legs wit

Victorian mahogany double spoon back sofa ornately carved with scroll, foliage & flowers, having good deep buttoned deep upholstery, 162 cm wide

Important Australian cedar sofa, c1840. Provenance: the James Henty Estate, High Street Launceston. James Henty died 12th January 1882. The sofa passed down to a great granddaughter and was sold along with other effects from the Henty Estate in 1995. A bio

Fine antique mid 19th century Australian cedar double ended settee, single carved back board with central cartouche,

Victorian mahogany framed drawing room sofa upholstered in striped gold fabric

A Louis XV style painted and upholstered 3 seater settee. Length of back: 185 cm.

A superb late Victorian three seater parlour settee with elegant turned legs and prolific carving 72 cm high, 162 cm wide x 64 cm deep

French Louis XVI style painted framed settee, newly upholstered

A superb ornately carved walnut settee. 120 cm high,132 cm long.

A French gilded Louis XVIth style canape with fine floral upholstery. 90 cm high, 130 cm long.

Australian cedar double ended settee 19th century upholstered in purple linen velvet. Height 91 cm. Width 234 cm. Depth 63 cm

Victorian rococo style sofa, with scroll carving and deep button upholstery, 189 cm wide

Double ended settee / window seat, approx 140 cm long x 70 cm high, 40 cm deep

A small French Louis XVI style gilt-wood canape with leaf, flower and scroll decoration, cane filled back, turned and fluted front legs and blue floral brocade covers. Some faults. Width 1350

Impressive antique mid Victorian (mahogany/cedar) three piece suite to include a double ended settee and matching arm chairs (3)

Vintage 5 piece French style parlour set comprising of a settee, 2 arm chairs and 2 side chairs

A good three piece walnut Victorian parlour suite, a sofa and two armchairs, the sofa of wraparound style, with a showframe and oval button back and a carved acanthus decorated crest centred with a rosette, elegantly scrolled and well carved leaf form arm

A Victorian ebonised love seat, late 19th century, the 'S' form upholstered tete à tete sofa, the back with a padded rolled frame with a rope twist motif, spindles to the lower back, lightly engraved to the seat frame and raised upon tapering fluted legs w

A Louis XVI style gilt framed canape, the running ribbon carved canape with a floral crest, curved leaf form arm rests, having an oval tablet back and padded sides and raised on slender fluted tapering legs; well upholstered in a gold and deep pink ribbon,

An Edwardian mahogany and upholstered drawing room suite -A sofa, six chairs and two carvers in the Sheraton manner, circa 1900, the waisted chairs with pierced and carved vasiform splats to stuffover seats and cabriole legs, the sofa with a squared padded

A two seater settee upholstered in crushed velvet with down filled cushions. 180 cm long

A Louis XV style walnut settee, French, late 19th century, Gros pointe upholstered seat. 140 cm wide

A striped velvet upholstered Knole settee, 20th century. 230 cm length of back

A Louis XV carved gilt wood canape, circa 1770. Length of back 200 cm