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A kauri pine kitchen dresser, Barossa Valley South Australia, 19th century, 204 cm high, 115 cm wide, 52 cm deep

A pine one drawer side table with square tapering legs, Barossa Valley, South Australia, 19th century, 71 cm high, 39.5 cm wide, 38.5 cm deep

A set of four pine and eucalypt dining chairs, Barossa Valley South Australia, 19th century

An Australian ceder two door gents robe, South Australian origin, mid 19th century, unusual architectural design, full ceder secondary timbers, 234 cm high, 98 cm wide, 53 cm deep

A set of 4 late Regency spade back mahogany dining chairs, circa 1820, omprising 2 carver chairs and 2 standards. Provenance: The Ian and Victoria Kraitzer Collection South Australia, previously the property of John Langdon Bonython of South Australia

A fine Regency mahogany one leaf extension dining table, circa 1820, purported to have been the property of John Langdon Bonython of South Australia, 72 cm high, 118 cm wide (extends to 179 cm wide), 122 cm deep. Provenance: Ian and Victoria Kraitzer Colle

An Australian ceder stationery cabinet, Sydney origin, 19th century, interior fitted with six solid ceder pull out slides and one drawer. 122 cm high, 51 cm wide, 44 cm deep. Provenance: Ian and Victoria Kraitzer Collection South Australia

A Germanic mahogany wine cellaret of sarcophagus form, the hinged top enclosing wine compartments, on possibly later short cabriole legs, 65 cm high, 59 cm wide, 48 cm deep

A mid-19th century Germanic settee with arched back, with scrolled padded arms on cabriole legs, 170 cm long

Australian Colonial cedar Germanic bookcase with glazed doors to the top section

Early South Australian cedar low chest fitted with four drawers (cedar carcass)

Early South Australian Barossa Valley cedar chest of drawers with three quarter gallery top fitted with six drawers

19th century Germanic pine two door cabinet on block gum feet

19th century Barossa Valley Germanic cedar two door cupboard with shaped panel doors above two fitted drawers below, shaped pelmet and lower plinth base

19th century Barossa Valley Germanic cedar two door cupboard with shaped door panels, two curved drawers to base and single drawer to top pelmet, block feet

Heart chair or Germanic Moravian chair, stained pine, mid 19th century, from the Victorian goldfields collected at Natimuk., Note: Illustrated 'Australian Country Furniture' by Juliana and Toby Hooper, fig. 38

A Barossa Valley kitchen dresser, cedar and pine, South Australian origin, circa 1860

A Colonial sideboard, twin pedestal, full cedar with makers label 'C.R. Debney', South Australian origin, circa 1860, 153 cm high, 196 cm wide, 64 cm deep

A Colonial Australian cedar chest of drawers with shaped columns and carved corbels, Baltic pine secordary timbers, possibly South Australian origin, circa 1850s, 126 cm high, 127 cm wide, 60 cm deep

A ship's trunk lift top box, solid huon pine with blackwood trim, external dovetail joins, oil painting ship portrait inside the lid of the barque 'Ethel' which was originally built in Sunderland in 1876 and wrecked of the South Australian coas

An Australian cedar 2 drawer servery table, South Australian origin, circa 1860, 92 cm high, 107 cm wide, 49 cm deep

A Barossa Valley wardrobe with three drawers, unusual bobbin turned columns and flame cedar doors, 19th century, 220 cm high, 138 cm wide, 44 cm deep

A Barossa Valley wardrobe, Australian cedar, with strong Germanic influences, circa 1870, purchased at Barbican Antiques Adelaide, 193 cm high, 124 cm wide, 54 cm deep

A cedar and packing case cot, South Australia, circa 1900, Reputedly from the Lord McAlpine of West Green Collection of Australian Furniture, Sotheby's March 3, 1993

South Australian colonial kitchen dresser 158 cm wide, 42 cm deep, 205 cm high

19th century Germanic baltic pine dresser with two glazed doors above two fitted drawers and heart decorated panels to the two doors (handles later)

Early Barossa pine spindle chair with remnant red paint

An Australian Colonial two door dresser: Ex Lord McAlpine collection, c.1880, Hamilton, Victoria the dresser is constructed with eucalypt and pine, and has a variety of flair including eastern Germanic design used among the European communities in the mid-

A koala figured stoneware umbrella stand, probably South Australian, late 19th/20th century, 36 cm high

A koala figured stoneware umbrella stand, probably South Australian, late 19th/20th century, 32 cm high

Mid 19th century Colonial pine Barossa Valley kitchen table fitted with a drawer (ex: Khai Liew)

Hall Table: Australian cedar double serpentine front with single drawer, most likely South Australian origin, c1880s. Height 75 cm, width 123 cm, depth 43 cm

A Germanic cedar chest fitted with three full width drawers on block feet (in the continental style)

A colonial cedar chest of five drawers flanked by canted bobbin columns, mother of pearl escutcheons & porcelain knobs, Germanic

South Australian colonial Germanic kitchen dresser in pine, two glazed doors above a chest of four drawers with original clear glass knobs, Barossa Valley region

A South Australian Germanic cedar miner's couch with shaped back & turned arm supports with original horse-hair filled cushion

An early South Australian cedar chest of 3 full width drawers, Barossa Valley region

Australian 19th century cedar chest of drawers approximately 104 x 119 cm tall. Turned feet, two wide drawers with two smaller drawers atop. Provenance: A Barossa farm.

An Australian Colonial cedar, twin pedestal sideboard c.1860. NSW, Hunter Valley region. The sideboard has three drawers over twin pedestal bases and constructed with Germanic influence, with full cedar lining to drawers and backboards. The bases have shie

A late 19th/20th century walnut dressing cabinet in the Arts & Crafts period by South Australian furniture makers Marshall & Co.

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