Fred Ward (Australian, 1900-1990), Pair of Blackwood Easy Chairs, designed c. 1950, each with wing back and curved armrests, no cushions (2), height 85 cm width 70.5 cm depth 62.5 cm. Provenance: Originally designed for the Common Room of University House,
Fred Ward (Australian, 1899-1990), Myrtle wood writing desk, c. 1950, with laminate top above three long drawers and two short drawers, retains label 'Myer Heritage furniture, height 76 cm, width 143 cm, depth 53 cm
Fred Ward (1899-1990), set of four Queensland walnut chairs from hall, University house, Australian National University, Canberra, A.C.T., 1953 manufactured by Alfons Stuetz and Oswald Paseka, Canberra furniture manufacturers, Fyshwick, A.C.T., second gene
Fred Ward, (1947-1988), two single door wardrobes each with fluted border, one having four internal shelves, the other having two shelves and one hanging rod (2). Height 175 cm. Width 82 cm. Depth 53 cm. Provenance: Estate of Lord and lady Casey, thence by
Fred Ward, (1947-1988), double door storage cabinet with fluted border, retains manufacturer decal label 'Myer Rocke'. Height 77 cm. Width 61 cm. Depth 38 cm. Provenance: Estate of Lord and Lady Casey, thence by descent
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
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