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Heart chair or Germanic Moravian chair, stained pine, mid 19th century, from the Victorian goldfields collected at Natimuk., Note: Illustrated 'Australian Country Furniture' by Juliana and Toby Hooper, fig. 38

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 Regency country mahogany elbow chair, with out swept arms and tapestry seat.

An early 19th century Irish pine primitive country stick back elbow chair with solid seat and simple pegged legs

Pair of George III country Hepplewhite dining chairs, arched top rails, pierced splat backs, leather seats

A Georgian oak Chippendale country chair, late 18th century, the chair with a slightly wedge shaped back, a straight crest and a pierced vasiform splat, a drop in seat and ogee shaped spandrels to the seating rail, supported on square form legs United by a

An early nineteenth century country cottage Irish pine kamode chair 94 cm high, 60 cm wide x 47 cm deep

Antique English Georgian country arm chair c1800's, approx 85 cm high

Pair of George II oak country made dining chairs with pierced wheat sheaf splats, solid seats on square legs with plain stretchers

George II oak and elm country made open armchair with solid vase shaped splat and wooden seat with plain stretchers

Lime washed spade back dining chair. Late 18th century. Nice country piece.

An English 18th century Chippendale country oak corner chair with pierced vase shaped splats, a drop in seat on square chamfered legs

A country Chippendale 19th century dining chair, with a pierced vase shaped splat on square chamfered legs

An English elm country style chair. 19th century, having a shaped spade back above turned spindle splats to a saddle seat and supported on turned and simply shaped splayed legs United by an 'H' form stretcher. Height 89 cm. Width 46 cm. Depth 44 cm

A pair of Louis XVI style walnut fauteuils. 19th century. Foliate carved cresting rail above a padded tablet back, arms and seat, raised on cabriole legs. Provenance: Lord Aster, Cleveden Country House, purchased William Johnson of Kent Antique, High Stree

Pair of 18th century Hepplewhite country chairs

A country George III oak and elm elbow chair the curved cresting rail above a carved splat, with out swept arms and wooden seat on ring turned legs.

A George III country elm and beech ladderback armchair, the shaped arms on turned supports, six shaped rails to the back, rush seat, turned and plain stretchers to the base

A pair of Louis XV Style fauteuils, French, 19th century with cartouche shaped back and serpentine front rail. 103 cm high, 56 cm deep. 68 cm wide. Provenance: the Country Trader,Sydney

An early 19th century country Windsor wheelback armchair, hooped top rail with decorative fret carved splats, plain spindles and arms with turned supports, turned legs, plain rails

George II style side chair, 19thC, with black and gold Chinoiserie decoration, paw feet, height 98 cm, width 55 cm, depth 56 cm. Provenance: country Trader, Sydney. Private collection, point Piper, Sydney

A country Chippendale mahogany dining chair with vase shaped pierced splat on square chamfered supports

An oak Chippendale 18th century country chair with vase shaped pierced splat, drop in seat on square chamfered supports with stretchers

A pair of Regency country mahogany elbow chairs, each with carved splat and out swept arms, on square tapering supports with stretchers.

A George III country provincial Chippendale chair on square chamfered supports with drop in seats with an H stretcher

A pair of Georgian Chippendale country chairs, with pierced vase shaped splats and drop-in seats. Note: some attention required. Height 96 cm

An antique English spindle back country chair in elm, with a solid wood seat and supported on turned stretchers and legs. Height 82 cm

Robert Prenzel, (1866 - 1941) the Janet lady Clarke chair the stylized Art Nouveau Australian chair, carved 'In Memory of Janet lady Clarke the first President', surmounted by a domed cover relief carved ' for God & country ' surmounted by a shield with th

A pair of 18th century country Chippendale mahogany dining chairs, each with vase shaped pierced splat, drop in seat on square chamfered supports

A 19th century set of six country chairs in elm, with blade backs and shaped solid seats, the turned legs joined by stretchers. Height 81 cm

An 18th century country Chippendale mahogany dining chair with pierced vase shaped splat on square chamfered supports.

A Hepplewhite early 19th century country mahogany dining chair with arched top pierced splat with Prince of Wales feathers on square chamfered supports.

A Chippendale 18th century country dining chair with pierced vase shaped splat on square chamfered supports.

A 18th century country Chippendale mahogany dining chair with pierced flared splat on square chamfered supports.

A Tasmanian country cedar sabre legged single chair, old worn finish, Australian, circa 1830-35 92 x 45x 42 cm

Eight country Hepplewhite chairs comparing a set of five each with arched top pierced upright slat on square tapering supports and three similar chairs

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