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A velvet covered foot stool, late 19th to early 20th century, with maker's plaque of W.H. Rocke & Co, Melbourne, the circular cushion stool with a gilded timber base with a rope twist embellishment and raised on three brass lion's paw feet, uph

A circular walnut three tier occasional table. Maker W. H. Rocke & Co. Melbourne.

An Australian cedar partners desk by W.H. Rocke & Co. of Melbourne, with unusual banks of 6 graduated drawers on each side, makers plaque in top drawer, 19th century, Purchased from the Franklin Hesterman estate Hawthorn, 75 cm high, 190 cm wide, 119 c

A fine burr walnut piano top davenport, later 19th century, with oval maker's plaque for W.H Rocke & Co, Melbourne, the davenport with fine figuration, having a pierced three quarter gallery, four drawers to one side, faux to the other, and opening to an o

A French one drawer centre table with parquetry Kingwood veneer & ormolu mounts & trims. Retailed by W.H. Rocke & Co, of Melbourne, late 19th century. 74 cm high, 101 cm wide, 57 cm deep

A collection of various furniture pattern books, 19th century and later, including W.H Rocke & Co., Melbourne and William Smee & Sons, London

A marble top huon pine dressing table, W.H. Rocke & Co, Melbourne, circa 1875, 168 cm high, 128 cm wide, 60 cm deep. Literature: Australian Furniture: Pictorial History and Dictionary, 1788-1938, Kevin Fahy and Andrew Simpson, Casuarina Press Ptd Ltd, Wool

Antique oval centre table, with maker's name underneath: W.H. Rocke & Co, 92 cm x 68 cm, 72.5 cm high

Rocke & Co cedar tub armchair upholstered in leather, Melbourne c1875. Illustrated in 'Australian Furniture Pictorial History and Dictionary 1788-1938' by Kevin Fahy & Andrew Simpson [Syd, 1998] plate 165.

Rocke & Co Fiddleback blackwood dwarf bookshelf, late 19th century. Height 52 cm, 122 cm, depth 23 cm

Rocke & Co: Walnut bookcase with adjustable shelves & makers plaque, late 19th early 20th century. Height 250 cm, width 127 cm, depth 51 cm

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

An Australian blackwood and caned work table, by W.H. Rocke, circa 1900 the square hinged top with carved edge enclosing an upholstered interior above caned panelled sides, above a slide-out box, raised on carved and reeded tapering legs, joined by scrolli

A marble topped wash stand, circa 1910. By Rocke & Co., the square tilt mirror above a tiled back and lower marble top supported on twin pedestal fitted with a short drawer and single door. Height 173 cm. Length 132 cm. Width 40 cm

A Regency revival mirrored display cabinet, circa 1910 by W. H. Rocke & Co., two single door display cabinets flanking a central shield shaped mirror above a pair of bow fronted doors with marquetry floral swags, the moulded arched back with foliate inlay

A George II style mahogany footstool, by Rocke & Co., late 19th century, the rectangular upholstered seat resting on carved mask head knees with cabriole legs terminating in elaborate lion paw feet printed paper label to the base W. M. Rocke & Co. Pty. Ltd

An Arts & Crafts blackwood book cabinet W. H. Rocke & Co, Melbourne, the shaped pierced gallery with central cut brass and ebonized cartouche, above two glazed doors with conforming inlay, flanked by square fluted columns terminating in candle stands, brac

An early Victorian Japanned ladies chair with handmade cane seat inlaid with mother of pearl. Paper label affixed 'Rocke and Co' Melbourne

An Australian fiddleback blackwood chest of drawers Manufacturer's plaque for W. H. Rocke & Co. Melbourne having an arrangement of eight drawers flanked by reeded stiles brass drop handles bun feet oval brass manufacturer's badge 117 x 145 x 56 cm

Late Victorian walnut sideboard maker W H Rocke & Co Melbourne. Provenance: Stonington Mansion, the raised back with carved pediment, surmounting a shelf and a pair of mirrors, below carved frieze with pair of drawers, open shelves with three carved panel