36 item(s) found:

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Fred Ward pair of armchairs, brown wool upholstery, Australia, c 1950s, 79 cm high, 69 cm wide, 80 cm deep

Fred Ward sofa, original brown wool upholstery, Australia, c 1950s, 84 cm high, 206 cm wide, 82 cm deep

Fred Ward planter, capped feet, Australia, c 1950s, 40 cm high, 132 cm wide, 29 cm deep

Fred Ward (Australian, 1900-1990), vanity table, c. 1950, Queensland maple, having one long drawer, height 76 cm width 61 cm depth 53 cm. Provenance:, probably the Heritage collection, Myer's Department Store, Melbourne, c. 1950

Fred Ward (Australian, 1900-1990), chest of drawers, c. 1950, Queensland maple, having three long drawers, height 76 cm width 84 cm depth 54 cm. Provenance:, probably the Heritage collection, Myer's Department Store, Melbourne, c. 1950, labels: Cf. For

Attributed to Fred Ward (Australian, 1899-1990), coat stand, c. 1950, blackwood, single shaft raised on a circular base, height 165 cm

Fred Ward mirrored desk / dresser for Myer Heritage, four drawers, Australia, c 1960s, 160 cm high, 118 cm wide, 52 cm deep

Australian armchair chair in the style of Fred Ward, green upholstery, Australia, c 1950s

Fred Ward pattern craft armchair, original fabric, mountain ash, Australia, c 1947, 78 cm high, 63 cm wide, 68 cm deep

Fred Ward (Australian, 1900-1990), Coffee Table, c. 1950, oak, circular top raised on four square legs, height 53 cm, diameter 75 cm

Fred Ward (Australian, 1900-1990), Coffee Table, c. 1950, Queensland maple, rectangular top above four tapered legs, height 53 cm, width 77 cm, depth 45.5 cm. Other Notes: Cf. for comparison Collection of the MAAS, registration number 95/109/1-8/9

Fred Ward (Australian, 1900-1990), Chest of Drawers, c. 1950, Queensland maple, featuring three long drawers, retains label, height 76 cm, width 84 cm, depth 53 cm. Provenance: Probably from of the Heritage Collection for Myer's Department Store, Melbo

A Fred Ward coffee table for Myer Heritage, Tasmanian mertyl, Australia, c 1950s, 43 cm high, 92 cm wide, 52 cm deep

Fred Ward sideboard for Myer Heritage, Tasmanian mertyl, Australia, c 1950s, 93 cm high, 154 cm wide, 52 cm deep

Attributed to Fred Ward (Australian, 1900-1990), Pair of Stools, designed c. 1950, manufactured by Fler, each retains decal label 'Fler' (2), height 65 cm

Fred Ward (Australian, 1900-1990), Pair of Blackwood Easy Chairs, designed c. 1950, each with wing back and curved armrests, no cushions (2), height 85 cm width 70.5 cm depth 62.5 cm. Provenance: Originally designed for the Common Room of University House,

Fred Ward (Australian, 1899-1990), blackwood side table, c. 1950, with circular formica top, on four tapered legs, height 56 cm, diameter 61 cm

Fred Ward (Australian, 1899-1990), Myrtle wood writing desk, c. 1950, with laminate top above three long drawers and two short drawers, retains label 'Myer Heritage furniture, height 76 cm, width 143 cm, depth 53 cm

A pair of 1950s hardwood framed armchairs in light green Upholsteryattributed to Fred Ward

A 1950s Fred Ward ash dining setting, comprising of four DC chairs and table

Fred Ward. Pair of 'Pattern Craft' arnchairs with original cushion. Australia c1950s

Fred Ward (Australian, 1899-1990), Tall Chest of Drawers, with five drawers and iron pulls, bearing decal label 'Cabinet Maker K. Westra Canberra', (A/F), height 120 cm, width 68.5 cm, depth 54 cm

Fred Ward (1899-1990), set of four Queensland walnut chairs from hall, University house, Australian National University, Canberra, A.C.T., 1953 manufactured by Alfons Stuetz and Oswald Paseka, Canberra furniture manufacturers, Fyshwick, A.C.T., second gene

A Fred Ward Australian dining table and six chairs. C. 1950s table and six chairs

Fred Ward (1899-1990), stool with sheep skin sling seat. Height 40 cm, depth 36 cm, width 47 cm. Provenance: Estate of Lord and lady Casey, thence by descent

Fred Ward, (1947-1988), two single door wardrobes each with fluted border, one having four internal shelves, the other having two shelves and one hanging rod (2). Height 175 cm. Width 82 cm. Depth 53 cm. Provenance: Estate of Lord and lady Casey, thence by

Fred Ward, (1947-1988), low chest of drawers having six small drawers with iron pulls. Height 76 cm. Width 136 cm. Depth 52 cm. Provenance: Estate of Lord and lady Casey, thence by descent

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

Fred Ward, (1947-1988), single drawer bed side table oak, having one drawer above two shelves. Height 66 cm. Width 57 cm. Depth 44 cm. Provenance: Estate of Lord and lady Casey, thence by descent

Fred Ward MBE (1899-1988), a pair of DC chairs, designed 1948 manufactured by Fler, Melbourne, c.1950 Australian hardwoods notes: This design is the first furniture produced by Fler. It was designed specifically for Fler's capabilities. Literature: Fred Lo

Fred Ward, a console table Australia, c. 1950s Anthony Hordern & Sons, Sydney (manufacturer) Myrtle manufacturer's label to inside of drawer 77.5 cm high. 45.5 cm deep. 107 cm wide

Fred Ward, pair of blackwood chairs, together with seat cushions (2). Height 77 cm Provenance: Australian National University, Canberra

Fred Ward, pair of blackwood chairs, together with seat cushions (2). Height 77 cm Provenance: Australian National University, Canberra

Fred Ward pair of blackwood chairs, together with seat cushions Provenance: Australian National University, Canberra

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