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A teak auto trolley by Rudowski, circa 1960, the rectangular upper section with drawers at the short ends, having bracket style full width handles adjoining tapering legs that converge in a deep 'V' to an undertier of smaller size then splay to form archin

A pair of bedside teak cabinets by Rudowski, circa 1960, the rectangular cabinets each with a single full width drawer with a feature rectangular curved end band of reeding enclosing an organically shaped pull timber handle, and raised upon distinctive but

A long rectangular teak coffee table by Rudowski, circa 1960, having an abstract parquetry top above a shaped apron to the long sides flowing to bowed and shaped legs terminating in comma style feet and supporting upper and lower stretchers, with a strikin

An Australian hardwood wall Unit by Rudowski, circa 1960s, with an upper fitted cocktail cabinet with bi-fold doors and anthropomorphic handles and a pull out shelf, flanked by opening shelving and dramatic 'X' form full height external stretchers with boo

A ten piece hardwood dining setting by Rudowski, circa 1960s, An extension table with tapering squared legs and curved spandrels, the chairs with a ladder back arrangement of cross form stretchers to stuffover seats and slightly shaped legs; the six door c

Attributed to Jacob Rudowski (Australian, 1927-1996) nine piece dining suite, c. 1960, comprising a blond wood and black lacquer extension dining table, six black lacquer dining chairs and two carvers all upholstered in striped velour table 75 x 168 x 86 c

Attributed to Jacob Rudowski (Australian,1927-1996) pair of armchairs and side table, c.1960, the chairs black lacquered and upholstered table 57 x 60 x 61 cm (approximately)

Attributed to Jacob Rudowski (Australian, 1927-1996) curved settee, c.1960, lacquered legs, later cream upholstery; with a copy of a photograph of the settee taken c. mid-1960s back length approximately 295 cm

Silver ash chair attributed to Jacob Rudowski (1927- 1996) upholstered with David Bromley canvas

Attributed to Jacob Rudowski (1927-1996), a set of eight dining chairs Melbourne, c.1955 silver ash, vinyl

A Rudowski teak coffee table circa 1960, the rounded rectangular floating glass top inset in a moulded surround raised on a curved cross stretcher base, 134 x 48 x 57 cm.

A seven piece Rudowski Queensland walnut dining suite circa 1960, the shaped highly figured drawer leaf top raised on tapering square legs, each chair, with a pierced triple cross stretcher back above a green linen upholstered seat, the table 180 x 77 x 92