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William Howitt: Two carved chairs with portrait panel backs, jarrah. Provenance: Hardey family collection, Western Australia

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

A Jimmy Possum chair, Tasmania, circa 1895, of typical construction from Australian Eucalypt, with a spindle back and slab seat, the legs jointed through to form the arm rests, 62 cm wide, x 45 cm deep x, 112 cm high. Provenance: Private Collection Melbour

A pair of William & Mary walnut chairs, the tall architectural back with columns and pillasters and a central pierced foliate panel surmounted by a foliate scrolled crest above an over-stuffed seat and raised on heavily turned legs joined by an H-stretcher

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

Pair of William IV Tasmanian black wood and cedar chairs, circa 1830 the shaped back crest supported by scroll molded supports above plain back legs and turned front legs Provenence: Private Collection, Sydney

Kjell Grant (born 1929), a Montreal chair, designed 1966, manufactured by William Latchford & Sons Pty Ltd, Melbourne, c.1967 steel, leather. Notes: This chair design was commissioned by Robin Boyd for the Australian Pavillion at the 1967 Montreal Expo. Li

A rare cedar armchair, Tasmanian origin, Australian, circa 1830 with straight side pilasters 100 cm high, 76 cm wide. Provenance: left to the vendor by their grandmother, Margaret Brownell of Hobart (died August 1962) - wife of Augustus Spencer Brownell of

A 19th century blackwood hall chair possibly Tasmanian, the waisted back boldly carved with overlapping leaf tips and feather motifs, centred by an armorial crest, the solid seat above an ogee moulded rail, raised on reed legs terminating in foliate capita