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A New Zealand colonial mottled kauri wall mirror, oblong shape with deep bevelled edge and short carved and pierced pediment. Width 64 cm, height 84 cm

Orders, decorations and medals awarded to New Zealanders : an illustrated guide for collectors. Plus one. Auckland : G.P. Oldham, 1991. 8vo. 116 p., illustrated. Soft cover. Mild wear. G+. Plus, 'The Oxford companion to New Zealand military history' edited

A wooden painted carpenter's trunk stencilled 'C.J Smith App Carpenter New Zealand Railways Addington'. Width 95 cm

A good New Zealand colonial solid and veneered mottled kauri bookcase secretaire, the tall cabinet back of two glazed doors, each with two long Gothic arch topped detail, original glass, enclosing four original adjustable shelves, flared stepped pediment,

New Zealand Art Nouveau rimu cabinet, two drawers above panelled cupboards with decorative copper metalwork inset with enamel discs in the Ruskin manner. Width 81 cm

A Colonial three piece parlour suite in Rewa Rewa comprising two tub chairs and double ended chaise with turned spinals and original black porcelain casters.

A Colonial kauri and Puriri mirrored back hall stand, single drawer console flanked by two umbrella stands. Decorated with poker work and relief floral panel above larger tiled panel. Height 213 cm. Width 104 cm

A good New Zealand colonial woods hinged lidded trunk of small proportion, the lid with parquetry inlay including a burr kauri central panel, smaller rewarewa and other timber panels framing, the rimu base with burr kauri plinth. 81 x 39 x 34.5 cm

A rare New Zealand solid burr kauri bookcase chiffonier, the slightly later broken scroll and carved pediment on the original plain cornice above the two double arched glazed doors still with original glass enclosing adjustable shelves, the base with singl

A good New Zealand colonial rimu bookcase secretaire, the top with two glazed panelled doors enclosing adjustable shelves, ogee stepped cornice, scroll and floral carved detail, the base with a fitted secretaire drawer with Maori decorated (Tutenberg), bra

A good New Zealand colonial rimu double bed, the main rails as faux bamboo with conforming spindles and other plain rails, turned feet, complete with slatted base, acorn finials to each post

A New Zealand woods 1930s/40s inlaid bureau, the fall front with three multiple pointed stars and various border decoration in various timbers, enclosing a simple fitted interior, the base with a combination of nine short drawers and a single cupboard, sho

A New Zealand colonial rimu and burr totara desk, the short upstand back with a central shelf flanked by two pairs of drawers with burr totara fascias, turned finials to the gallery top, raised on turned legs with a combination of five burr totara short dr

A New Zealand timbers collector's cabinet the interior with drawers above an open well with mirrored back and roll top. Lower section fret gallery to the top circa 1900. Height 62 cm. Width 520. Depth 34 cm

A Regency period gilt and black painted over-mantel mirror, English, circa 1820 97. cm high, 140 cm wide. Provenance: John Dixon, Auckland, New Zealand

A gentleman's cabinet by New Zealand colonial master craftsman William Seuffert, a superb and beautifully inlaid cabinet of five drawers inlaid with New Zealand exotic timbers, the main body kauri, the top in Totara and base in Puriri, the interior fitted

A pair of early 20th century New Zealand kauri Sunday school chairs, horse-shoe form backs, with spindle rails, turned legs and spindle supports, old distressed light blue paint finish, ex. a Newtown church, Wellington

Ron Arad. Rover chair, limited edition for one off Ltd, UK 1981. Ron Arad's famous early Rover chairs, constructed from recycled Rover automobile seats and Kee Klamp scaffolding components. Examples in every major design Museum in the world including, the

Rustic New Zealand colonial two-door painted cabinet made from dunnage from an early sailing ship originally from a whalers cottage in Marlborough. Height 83 cm. Width 93 cm. Depth 32 cm

Early New Zealand colonial coat rack from Raupo Bay Banks Peninsula

A William IV period mahogany framed sofa which extends to become a day bed. Attributed to S.W. Silver & Co., England, the scrolling single end and back inlaid with panels of Wycombe caning, raised on turned legs with brass casters, the birch sub-structure

A large rare fine quality New Zealand colonial kauri mirror back twin pedestal sideboard with plain and mottled kauri, the base with three drawers and two panelled cupboard doors, the back with full turned baluster column mouldings, three bevelled mirrors

A superb New Zealand timber inlay display cabinet, formerly from Governor grey's residence 'Mansion house' on Kawau Island where it housed stuffed birds and animals. Timbers featured include totara, rewa rewa, puriri, kauri and miro. Height 152 cm. Width 1

An impressive late 19th century New Zealand bookcase, with four panelled sliding doors below four glazed sliding doors, with stepped pediment and dentil cornice. Height 226 cm. Width 255 cm. Depth 50 cm

New Zealand Arts & Crafts chimney pot in the manner of Dr Christopher Dresser, dated inside 26/08/02 - used as an umbrella and walking stick stand. Height 69 cm

Kauri timber Company folding chair This simple folding kauri chair was almost certainly made by the kauri timber Company in Auckland in the latter part of the 19th century or early part of the 20th century. By this time the Company was well established and

Cottage chair This most humble of colonial chairs is an example of cottage chairs made throughout the colonial period and into the 20th century This example has Rewarewa spindles and is probably the sole survivor of a set of six or more kitchen chairs

Music canterbury an expensive accessory to the enjoyment of music was the canterbury for storing sheet music. This kauri example with finely turned finials and spindles utilizes a two toned finish to good effect. Height 56 cm. Width 57 cm. Depth 40 cm refe

An H. B. Dobbie New Zealand native timber fern specimen cabinet made in Whangarei. This very important historical cabinet was constructed and carved by H. B. Dobbie (b.1852 England, arrived in New Zealand after 1875 and died 1940). Herbert Dobbie was an en

Rimu hall chair c.1885 originally designed for use in the great houses of England, hall chairs in New Zealand colonial houses were typically no more than a decorative element adding an air of elegance to the entrance way, their small scale and stiff uprigh

Kauri bureau desk c.1870 This restrained fall front desk is reminiscent of European bureau desks of the early part of the 19th C, and relies on good quality kauri and subtle detailing for effect, the shield shaped patterns on the lower doors were a popular

Colonial couch c.1870 This simple kauri day bed (or miner's couch) is distinguished by the wellexecuted graduated turnings and elegantly shaped backboard, the design takes its structural elements from contemporaneous beds utilizing slats for support and be

Mottled kauri wardrobe c. 1885 This popular wardrobe variant incorporates drawers and a cupboard as a multipurpose clothes storage cabinet. This wardrobe's appeal is heightened by the use of multiple mottled kauri types, and importantly, handles attributed

Mottled kauri wardrobe c. 1880 This wardrobe of excellent quality displays a multitude of mottled kauri in both solid and veneered form, together with figured puriri veneers, the profuse use of decorative native timbers was common throughout the colonial p

Te Kauwhata wash stand c.1880 raised on porcelain castors and incorporating figured kauri and puriri to good advantage, this wash stand was sourced from an old house in Te Kauwhata (as with Lot 61), the carvings were purchased from a specialized carving wo

A good Colonial sideboard in kauri, mottled kauri and rewarewa.

D-shaped stool, New Zealand designed, upholstered in red wool, 50 x 77 x 42 cm

New Zealand Colonial burr kauri and native timber bookcase chiffonier two glazed doors, scroll framed, opening to reveal adjustable shelves on two door base with turned column supports