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After Carlo Mollino (Italian, 1905-1973), writing desk, c. 1960, retailed by Artes Studios Pty Ltd, Sydney, the glass top above a sculptured ebonised support, with a column of four drawers and a file compartment, height 73 cm, width 183 cm, depth 76 cm. Pr

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

Schulim Krimper (1893-1971), Desk Chair, c. 1955, English oak, with leather-thonged back and brown leather seat, height 88 cm, width 58 cm, depth 48 cm. Provenance: Collection of Janek and Joyce Landau, St. Ives, NSW. Commissioned by the Landaus from Krimp

Schulim Krimper (1893-1971), blackbean desk with curved plate glass top the timber member which supports the glass top pivots on a copper cylinder above a double sided bank of four drawers, (A/F), veneer loss. Height 75 cm. Width 155 cm. Depth 88 cm

Paul Kafka, double pedestal desk exotic veneered woods, five drawers and glass top. 169 cm wide, 76 cm deep, 76.5 cm high

Schulim Krimper (1893-1971) blackbean desk, the rectangular top with inset leather above three drawers flanked by square supports with stretcher, circa 1955 74 cm high, 152 cm wide 76 cm deep.

Paul Kafka Attrib, single pedestal desk, blondewood, having one long drawer and five short drawers.77 x 131 x 59.5 cm Provenance: Copeland and Desoos Antiques, Woollahra

Schulim Krimper (1893-1971), a teak desk circa 1955, the rectangular top above three drawers each with turned handles, flanked by an angular support, unsigned, 91.5 x 76 x 50 cm.

Noel Coulson, single pedestal desk and chair, limed oak, inset leather top. Height 70 cm. Length 135 cm. Width 75 cm

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