Pair of Australian blackwood folding armchairs, Tasmania, c. 1900, with second generation cream canvas seats and backs (2), height 112 cm width 113 depth 21 cm. Provenance: Latrobe Antiques, Tasmania. Collection of George and Adisa Pompei, Sydney
An early Colonial blackwood armchair from Gawler Tasmania, circa 1830, Note: Illustrated 'A Guide To Collecting Australiana' by Juliana and Toby Hooper [MacMillan Press, 1978] fig. 31, Australian Country Furniture' by Juliana & Toby Hooper [Viking Press, 1
A Cafe Australia dining chair, blackwood (Acacia melanoxylon), plywood and leather designed by Marion Mahoney Griffin and Walter Burley Griffin, 1916 being part of the furnishing of the 'Fern Room' in Melbourne's Cafe Australia, located at 268-274 Collins
Carlton Cricket Club: Directors chair, early 20th century blackwood high back carver chair with 'C.C.' monogram in the Arts & Crafts style. Plus Carlton Cricket Club presentation silver plated punch bowl, ladel & tray.
19th century blackwood gentlemans chair by Launceston wood carver James Sadler (immigrant to Van Dieman's Land 1842) decorated with leaf pattern carving on arms legs and back. Provenance: Sadler family by descent
A 19th century blackwood hall chair possibly Tasmanian, the waisted back boldly carved with overlapping leaf tips and feather motifs, centred by an armorial crest, the solid seat above an ogee moulded rail, raised on reed legs terminating in foliate capita
A blackwood carver chair and single chair, Victorian, circa 1910, 103 x 50 x 43 cm attributed to Smith, Geelong or Bellarine Peninsular. Ref: G. Cornall, Memories 1990 p. 170-171. Slat backs and rush seats, peg joinery carver. Width 50 cm. Depth 43 cm. Hei
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