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An early Colonial blackwood armchair from Gawler Tasmania, circa 1830, Note: Illustrated 'A Guide To Collecting Australiana' by Juliana and Toby Hooper [MacMillan Press, 1978] fig. 31, Australian Country Furniture' by Juliana & Toby Hooper [Viking Press, 1

A gents armchair, carved kauri pine frame with green velvet upholstery, circa 1880

Gents armchair with carved blackwood frame, Tasmanian origin, circa 1845

A rare Colonial swan-neck armchair, Australian cedar, most likely Sydney origin, c1845

A 19th century New Zealand colonial kauri stick back arm chair, solid shaped seat, turned supports

A George III style mahogany armchair, English, late 19th century. Provenance: Property of a Gentleman, Melbourne

A George III style wing-back arm chair, English, 19th century, upholstered in yellow damask silk. Provenance: Property of a Gentleman, Melbourne

A modern French style fauteuil armchair, exposed dark stained and grey washed oak carved frame, dark leather loose seat cushion and matching arm rests, grey linen upholstered back and sides, a stylish chair in good condition.

Walter Burley Griffin rare armchair on castors from Newman College, University of Melbourne, oak and leather, c1917, Australia

Walter Burley Griffin rare armchair from Newman College, University of Melbourne, Australia, c1917, oak and leather

An ash and elm Windsor armchair, English, 1st half of the19th century, 100 cm high, 57 cm wide, 57 cm deep

An ash and elm Windsor armchair, English, 1st half of the19th century, 100 cm high, 57 cm wide, 57 cm deep

An ash and elm Windsor armchair, English, 1st half of the19th century, 100 cm high, 57 cm wide, 57 cm deep

An Australian blackwood Federation armchair, circa 1900, with a carved Australian coat of arms and wattle sprays

Rex Chapman Taylor, pair of kauri hand adzed armchairs, with leather seats.

Early 19th century cedar & mahogany gentlemans chair with arm fronts decorated with bullseye carving & gadrooned panel

A pair of late 19th century Australian cedar boardroom armchairs, each with a rectangular back upholstered in closed nailed leatherette, above scroll arms and a moulded seat, turned legs and brass castors

Pair of Spanish walnut armchairs late 17th century, the rectangular back and seat re-upholstered in, 19th century, red velvet, flanked by downswept arms, raised on scrolled legs joined by conforming stretchers, (A/F). Height 120 cm, width 62 cm, depth 50 c

A pair of cedar armchairs, possibly Tasmanian, circa 1840, 93 x 56 cm

A rare and unusual carved whalebone and caned armchair, probably American, circa 1830, the shaped top rail surmounted by four whale teeth above a plain cross splat and five hand carved spindles, the arms with curved rests and spindle supports (four replace

A pair of jackwood plantation Colonial armchairs with woven cane seats

A Louis XV style carved high back armchair, French 19th century, covered in red fabric, 112 cm high, 73 cm wide. Provenance: Private Collection, Sydney

Australian cedar 19th century armchair with open arms, turned front legs & white china castors. Approx 98 cm high

O. Noel Coulson (1905-1993), arm chair, c. 1958 manufactured by S. Andrewartha furniture, Melbourne, with upholstered back and seat, front legs with brass sabots. Height 85 cm, width 60 cm, depth 52 cm. Provenance: Commissioned for 211 Kooyong Rd, Toorak,

O. Noel Coulson (1905-1993), pair of upholstered open arm chairs, c. 1958 manufactured by S. Andrewartha furniture Manufacturers, Richmond, Melbourne, limed oak frames, fluted square front legs with brass sabots (2). Height 80 cm, width 60 cm, depth 77 cm.

A Victorian cedar gentleman's bergere armchair, upholstered seat and buttoned backrest scrolling armrests; turned front legs. a Victorian cedar gentleman's BergERe armchair, upholstered seat and buttoned backrest scrolling armrests; turned front legs

Rocke & Co cedar tub armchair upholstered in leather, Melbourne c1875. Illustrated in 'Australian Furniture Pictorial History and Dictionary 1788-1938' by Kevin Fahy & Andrew Simpson [Syd, 1998] plate 165.

An Anglo-Portuguese colonial Padoukwood armchair, 18/19th century, 112 cm high, 61 cm wide

A pair of Australian cedar fire side arm chairs in deep button green fabric

A Jimmy Possum chair, Tasmania, circa 1895, of typical construction from Australian Eucalypt, with a spindle back and slab seat, the legs jointed through to form the arm rests, 62 cm wide, x 45 cm deep x, 112 cm high. Provenance: Private Collection Melbour

A pair of carved walnut Louis XIV style armchairs, covered in leather. 112 cm high, 64 cm wide. Provenance: Private Collection, Sydney

A good Louis XV carved walnut armchair, French 18th century. 98 cm high, 71 cm wide. Provenance: Private Collection, Melbourne

A George II walnut wing armchair, English circa 1740. 113 cm high, 94 cm wide. Provenance: Private Collection, Melbourne

An elm and ash Windsor armchair, English, late 18th / early 19th century. 111 cm high, 48 cm wide and 46 cm deep. Provenance: Private Collection, Melbourne

Antique cedar armchair with scrolled arms and good deep buttoned upholstery, 68 cm wide, 98 cm high

Pair of Victorian Dutch high back armchairs, c. 1850, serpentine shape with carved spoon backs, shell crests and cabriole legs on castors, upholstered in cream velvet, height 202 cm. Provenance: Aronson Antiques, Sydney

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