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A two piece Fler Narvik teak daybed (minor wear to upholstery)

Fred Lowen (German - Australian, 1919-2005). FLER dining suite including a dining table of rectangular shape and six green and grey fibreglass chairs (7)

A four piece teak lounge suite, circa 1950-60s, in the Fler style, but unmarked, comprising a two seater lounge, two conforming chairs and an adjustable footstool, with partly exposed frames with side stretchers and tapering rounded legs, the arms and back

A teak seven piece dining setting, circa 1950-60s, in the Fler style but unmarked, a rectangular pull out extension table with convex ends, stringing and edging, upon tapering and moulded legs; the six chairs with shaped and curved spade backs, stuff over

A teak coffee table, circa 1950-60s, in the Fler style but unmarked, the rectangular table with convex sides, with stringing and edging, and upon gently tapering square legs with a shaped H-form stretcher. Height 46 cm. Length 151 cm. Width 58 cm

A teak two-tiered side or telephone table, circa 1950-60s, in the style of Fler or Parker, of rectilinear form, the table with a moulded edge and surmounted by a smaller two sided box-like compartment designed to hold a telephone book, and upon square tape

A pair of teak coffee tables, circa 1950-60s, in the Fler style but unmarked, the square tables with stringing and edging, and upon a shallow apron supporting gently tapering square legs. Height 43.5 cm. Length 50.5 cm. Width 45.5 cm

Fred Lowen AM (1919-2005), four SC55 dining chairs manufactured by Fler, design introduced 1955-1958, Queensland maple, velour

Attributed to Fred Lowen (1919-2005) A Fg chair manufactured by Fler, Melbourne, c.1960 fiberglass, steel rod

Fred Ward MBE (1899-1988), a pair of DC chairs, designed 1948 manufactured by Fler, Melbourne, c.1950 Australian hardwoods notes: This design is the first furniture produced by Fler. It was designed specifically for Fler's capabilities. Literature: Fred Lo

Fred Lowen, a prototype Fg chair Melbourne, c.1950s Fler (manufacturer) yellow fibreglass, steel rod

Fred Lowen, Fler chair SC55, manufactured by Fred Lowen, Australia, timber, original upoholstery, foam and metal. Height 85 cm

A Scandinavian armchair and matching foot stool by Tessa furniture

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