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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

An Australian red gum and blackwood dining chair, 19th century

An important dining setting carved by William Howitt of Western Australia, carved jarrah. Each chair with carved portrait of allied WWI leaders: Lord Kitchener, General Birdwood, General Joffre, Earl Haig and H.H. Maharaja of Bikaner. Includes jarrah plaqu

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

A Cafe Australia dining chair, blackwood (Acacia melanoxylon), plywood and leather designed by Marion Mahoney Griffin and Walter Burley Griffin, 1916 being part of the furnishing of the 'Fern Room' in Melbourne's Cafe Australia, located at 268-274 Collins

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

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

Georgian mahogany carver chair & two matching dining chairs. Scrolled back rail with strap & button splat. Ex. Sydney Observatory c.1880s. Height 83 cm (carver)

An Australian colonial cedar carver chair, after the style of Thomas Hope, early 19th century. Ornate carved decoration throughout, sabre legs, plus matching dining chair. Provenance: The Estate of the late Christopher Pearson, Adelaide

A George II hardwood dining chair, English, possibly colonial early 18th century. 100 cm high, 57 cm wide. Provenance: Private Collection, Melbourne

A William IV dining arm-chair in Australian cedar, early 1830s, the rolled bar-back above the carved cross-rail and scrolling open arms, the drop-in seat raised on sabre legs. Height 84 cm. Width 53 cm. Depth 55 cm

Walter Burley Griffin (1876-1937) A Newman College dining chair, 1916 attributed manufacturer, James Moore & Sons Pty Ltd, Melbourne, 1916 oak, leather. Literature: National Gallery of Victoria, one hundred Modern chairs, NGV, Melbourne, 1974, no. 73(a)

Walter Burley Griffin (1876-1937), a pair of Newman College dining chairs, 1916, attributed manufacturer, James Moore & Sons Pty Ltd, Melbourne, 1916, oak, leather. Literature: National Gallery of Victoria, one hundred modern chairs, NGV, Melbourne, 1974,

A set of four Andrew Lenehan cedar dining chairs with hand caned seats Australian bearing trade label to one chair

Grecian arm chair This modified Regency Greek revival style kauri armchair May have been intended as a 'Carver' for the head of the table. Correctly upholstered in black leather it was more likely to have been a fireside chair for 'The man of the house'. T

Pair cedar dining chairs. Curved rail back & carved seat, with turned front legs. Height 87 cm

Three similiar Colonial cedar rail back dining chairs. Includes pair & 1 other. Slab seats, & turned legs. Height 87 cm

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