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A superb Anton Seuffert geometric pattern card table of various NZ inlaid timbers. The lower column carved by Anton Teutenberg in floral relief. Illustrated in Brian Peets, The Seuffert Legacy. Height 73 cm. Depth 61 cm. Provenance: Ruth Simon Estate, Sydn

A magnificent Anton Seuffert parquetry floral pattern card table. This table represents one of the more complex and free flowing of the Seuffert 'Standard patterns', the fern & Clematis design, similar to a table presented to Countess Aberdeen in 1887. Thi

A gentleman's cabinet by New Zealand colonial master craftsman William Seuffert, a superb and beautifully inlaid cabinet of five drawers inlaid with New Zealand exotic timbers, the main body kauri, the top in Totara and base in Puriri, the interior fitted

An Anton Seuffert card table of New Zealand native timber with original label underneath. Interesting carved and pokerwork base (English). Card tables were a Seuffert specialty and his 1875 advertisement in the Auckland Herald valued card tables of this de

A superb Anton Seuffert card table of New Zealand native timber with original label underneath and original Seuffert/Teutenberg base. Card tables were a Seuffert speciality and his 1875 raffle advertisement in the Auckland Herald valued card tables of this

An exquisite Anton Seuffert parquetry floral pattern card table. This table represents one of the more complex and free flowing of the Seuffert 'Standard patterns', the fern and Clematis design, similar to a table presented to Countess Aberdeen in 1887, th

Winks & Hall card table c.1885 This exceptional card or games table is attributed to the substantial cabinetmaking firm Winks & Hall who commenced trade c.1863 and continued through to the 1930's in their Shortland Street premises. Extensive use is made of

Mottled kauri wardrobe c. 1885 This popular wardrobe variant incorporates drawers and a cupboard as a multipurpose clothes storage cabinet. This wardrobe's appeal is heightened by the use of multiple mottled kauri types, and importantly, handles attributed

A New Zealand timbers card table by Anton Seuffert. This example has a tripod base of bobbin form, suggesting the top was shipped overseas before adding a local base. This was typical of Anton Seuffert card tables, as most seem to have been sent overseas

Arts & Crafts period card table by William Seuffert, (1858-1943). This table is a unique piece and appears to be one of William Seuffert's later creations. It incorporates patterns used in earlier work by both William and his father, Anton, the simplificat

Card table in New Zealand timbers, by Anton Seuffert, a fine example by New Zealand's premier colonial cabinetmaker

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