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Cedar hall chair. Early 20th century, carved in the Art Nouveau style

A pair of antique cedar dining chairs, c.1880, with aged upholstery seat to base

A pair of cedar spade back dining chairs, 19th century

A carver chair, Australian cedar, New South Wales origin, mid 19th century

A carver chair, Australian cedar, New South Wales origin, circa 1840

An Australian cedar spade back chair with Gawler's paper label under seat

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

A 19th century Australian colonial cedar dining chair with Crown top.

A pair of Australian cedar carver chairs, mid 19th century.

An Australian cedar spade back dining chair with octagonal tapered legs, circa 1840

An Australian cedar spade back dining chair with tapering hexagonal legs, c1840

A cedar spade back dining chair with Thomas Hope carved scroll back rail, c1840

A spade back cedar library chair with black leather upholstery and scroll arms, c1840

A colonial cedar reclining chair, circa 1840s, the tall reclining back with concave cedar top rail, upholstered in black horsehair and hinged to the similarly upholstered seat, the arms have horsehair rests and scrolling ends, turned front legs, the back l

A19th century Australian cedar carver chair stamped (public works department) PWD. Height 91 cm

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

Three good Tasmanian Colonial period cedar chairs, with Greek revival carved back, circa 1840

A fine spade back dining chair, cedar and blackwood, circa 1820

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

A pair of scroll carved cedar dining chairs, probably Australian, 19th century (2)

A late nineteenth century cedar gentleman's desk/office swivel chair. Original untouched finish 68 cm high, 62 cm wide x 57 cm deep

An Australian Colonial cedar rail back carver chair with burgundy leather stuff-over seat

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

A cedar metamorphic library chair, Australian, circa 1890

Victorian cedar lady’s and gentleman’s chairs upholstered in green velvet.

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