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An oak side chair, part of the original furnishings of 'Pholiota', Heidelberg, designed by Walter Burley Griffin, circa 1918, with a canted rectangular back, above a tapered body with square supports, the removable back and seat cushion upholstered

A George III oak five panelled back settle, shaped mouldings, open plain shaped arms, the upholstered seat requiring attention, three sturdy tapered cabriole type legs raised on ball feet to the front, good dark colour. 186 cm x 70 cm x 104 cm

An antique oak ladder back chair, late 19th century, the square back chair with cylindrical supports, an arching crest and graduated mid-rails, a rush seat to legs with turned feet and United by multiple turned box stretchers. Height 111 cm, width 51 cm, d

Rare pair of antique French carved oak Gothic hall benches (2)

An Arts & Crafts style oak armchair 3rd quarter 20th century height 93 cm

A Continental carved oak armchair early 20th century the chair is extensively carved with figures and lions in the Jacobean style height 135 cm

A continental oak and walnut corner chair, 19th century, 81 cm high, 74 cm across the handles

An unusual rustic carved oak corner chair, early 19th century. Provenance: purchased Leonard Joel, Heatherlie Lilydale, 24 June 1974

An antique oak Bishop's chair, 19th to 20th century, the chair of typical conjoined 'U' form with rolled arms and slat work, an applied embellishment to the midpoint, the bowed square section legs United by turned side stretchers, height 68 cm,

An Arts & Crafts style oak armchair 3rd quarter 20th century, height: 93 cm Provenance: Olympia Antiques Fair, London

A pair of mahogany carvers embellished with harebells to the splat, English, 19th century, together with another oak carver

An unusual oak and polychrome decorated throne chair, probably Italian, 17th century, the back panel carved with ecclesiastical figures, with original upholstery which converts into a prayer chair

An oak Charles II style carver chair with applied diamond panels, 18th century and later

A Charles II style oak chair with plank form seat on bobbin turned stretcher, English, 18th century and later

Two oak corner chairs one upholstered in brown leather, the other in tapestry, English, 19th century

German Lounge Armchair, c. 1940, oak and green velvet upholstery, height 81 cm, width 60.5 cm, depth 79 cm. Provenance: Tyrone Dearing, Elizabeth Bay. Private Collection, Sydney

A c.1900 antique English oak Gothic revival Monks chair, height 94 cm

A finely carved walnut chair, English, 16th century, with mythical fish carved to the back rail, supported on crossed stretcher, For a similar example, please see fig. 50 Walnut chair, property of Sir George Donaldson, in the reference book A History of En

A French Louis XVI style oak Petit point fauteuil, 19th century, the tablet back chair with a bead and ribbon twist frame with floral carved crest, with padded arms, relief carved leaf and scroll side supports to a bow front seating rail and raised on tape

A late 17th century oak country single chair, with an ornately carved back, panelled seat, turned legs and stretcher base. Some later timbers and restoration.

A pair of James II style oak chairs carved throughout, English 19th century

An oak Melbourne Stock Exchange chair, 19th century, In the gothic revival style. Provenance: This chair is one of 120 used for 70 years by the Melbourne stock exchange until the close of call trading at that exchange in December 1961.

A Melbourne Stock Exchange chair, 19th century, carved oak in the gothic revival style. Provenance: This chair is one of 120 used for 70 years by the Melbourne stock exchange until the close of call trading at that exchange in December 1961.

Pair of French Art Deco Tub Armchairs, c. 1930, carved oak frame (2), height 90 cm width 72 cm depth 60 cm. Provenance: purchased from Copeland and de Soos

A French provincial oak ladder back child's chair, 19th century

A pair of dark oak Art Nouveau Hallway chairs with velvet upholstery featuring spindle legs.

17th century oak and elm Lambing chair traditional design with serpentine top rail, solid panel back on plain legs and stretchers

17th century oak Wainscot type arm chair arched carved top rail, lozenge carved panel back on baluster turned legs joined by plain stretchers

17th century oak and elm open arm chair carved top rail, plain panel back on baluster turned supports and legs

A c.1900 oak swivel desk chair, curved and panelled back, solid arm rests, leatherette side panels and upholstered seat, four-way swivelling base