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A West Australian jarrah writing table c.1900 with rare kidney shape top and turned spindle stretcher base height 76 cm, top: 106 x 51 cm

A West Australian Colonial jarrah 8 seater dining table c.1880's with turned legs upon porcelain castors height 73 cm, top: 225 x 112 cm

A Western Australian, 8 seater jarrah farmhouse style table 19th century and later the top having two boards, the base with tapered legs height 76 cm, top: 87 x 240 cm

A large Western Australia jarrah Clerks desk late 19th / early 20th century, the desk having a large draft / plan size work table surface with eight upper drawers and centre stationery compartments, the lower desk with three half size drawers all with turn

A West Australian jarrah turned pedestal stand early 20th century, height: 101 cm, diameter 21.5 cm

David Phillips Foulkes-Taylor 1929 - 1966: pair of Poona 'Safari' chairs first designed 1959 manufactured in jarrah, leather and canvas, height: 83 cm, width 56.5 cm depth 57 cm

A West Australian Colonial, two door jarrah, chiffonier, c.1880s and later, having a single full size drawer over lower two door, cupboard, the top, sides panels and backboard manufactured with single board construction. Height 135 cm. Width 120 cm. Depth

A Western Australian jarrah roll-top desk, c., the interior having stationery shelves and letter racks; the base having four drawers to one side. Height 112 cm. Width 93.5 cm. Depth 44 cm

A rare West Australian, Colonial jarrah chest of drawers of grand proportions, c.1880,-maker unknown. Possibly manufactured Fremantle area, the chest is in the Scottish style; the top drawer with solid moulded linear front edge, the central chest with a ha

William Howitt: Occasional table, carved jarrah with portrait carved top. Provenance: Hardey family collection, Western Australia

William Howitt: Two carved chairs with portrait panel backs, jarrah. Provenance: Hardey family collection, Western Australia

An important dining setting carved by William Howitt of Western Australia, carved jarrah. Each chair with carved portrait of allied World War I leaders: Lord Kitchener, General Birdwood, General Joffre, Earl Haig and H.H. Maharaja of Bikaner. Includes jarr

A West Australian jarrah entrance hall settle, c.1930's panelled board construction. the seat with lift up lid providing internal storage. Height 121 cm. Length 135 cm. Depth 43 cm

A West Australian Colonial jarrah and cedar dumb waiter, c.1880's and later two tier type with turned spindle legs upon castors Provenance: Chiritta home, peppermint Grove, which was originally built by Augustus Roe (Son of J. S. Roe). Height 84 cm; top: 1

A West Australian Colonial jarrah tilt-top table, c.1870-1880's. In the Victorian style, with turned central bulbous column, and four turned supporting spindles. The lower base has four scrolling style cabriole legs. Height 70 cm; top: 142 x 85 cm

A West Australian turned jarrah pedestal, early 20th century, with feature 'curly-grain' column. Height 109 cm, diameter 30 cm (top)

A West Australian turned jarrah pedestal, early 20th century. Height 108 cm, diameter 30 cm (top)

A West Australian Colonial jarrah two door chiffonier, c.1870-1880, and later constructed with single board side panels, shield panel door fronts, upon a plinth base the back board has a single shelf supported by finely turned finial and columns. Height 14

A West Australian Colonial jarrah tilt-top breakfast table, c.1880's. Maker unknown. The top comprises of figurative grained boards upon a turned central pedestal base with cabriole legs, brass castors. Height 72 cm. Diameter 109 cm

A West Australian jarrah and kauri pine writing desk, c.1900. Ex new Norcia Monastery. The desk has two drawers with turned front and back legs. Height 82 cm. Width 106 cm. Depth 59 cm

A rare West Australian Colonial jarrah, sheoak and cedar settle, c.1880, and later. Maker unknown. The settle is constructed with three turned spindles joined between each front and rear legs. The backboard comprised of two sheoak boards with a Regency sty

A West Australian jarrah chest of drawers, c.1880's. Maker unknown. The chest has two half drawers, over three full length drawers, with figured jarrah grain drawer fronts, turned knobs handles with mother of pearl inserts. The top and side panels are cons

A West Australian Colonial jarrah desk c.1890, maker unknown. The desk has five drawers with tooled leather writing top and turned legs. Height 77 cm; top: 137 x 81.5 cm

A rare West Australian Colonial jarrah chiffonier c.1880. Maker unknown. Provenance: Gallop House Dalkeith. The chiffonier is constructed with a full size drawer over a lower two door cupboard. The base has shield type panelled doors, flanked by two boldly

A West Australian jarrah campaign style chest of drawers c.1910. Marked inner 'H. G. Hunter, maker Perth ..127 Bulwer?, Oct 4th 1910'. The chest has two half drawers, over two full size drawers manufactured in a 'Campaign style' with recessed brass handles

A West Australian Colonial jarrah settle c.1870-1880, maker unknown the settle is the bolted type, which dismantles for transportation, known as a 'Miners Couch' providing both a practical bed and also a parlour settee the arms are constructed of three tur

Set of four jarrah spindle back kitchen chairs, the chairs are manufactured in a Victorian farmhouse, style with solid seats, turned front legs and stretcher, bases. Height 90 cm

Rare West Australian Colonial jarrah chiffonier, c.1880's, by Edwin F. Duffield, working Fremantle, 1869 - 1891, the chiffonier is constructed of two drawers over a two door lower cupboard, with figurative dark grain, panelled doors, good overall colour an

Rare West Australian Colonial jarrah dining table, c.1870-1880, maker unknown, the table is a rarer, larger size, which can seat, approximately ten and up to twelve place settings, the top is constructed of two large 'Book-Matched', jarrah boards featuring

West Australian Colonial jarrah tilt-top, breakfast table, c.1860-1870, maker unknown, the top is constructed of two joined boards upon a tilting platform base, with a heavy turned central, pedestal column, upon three carved cabriole style legs. Height 74

A West Australian jarrah Colonial two door. Gentleman's press, c.1870-1880, maker unknown, having a two door upper robe, with interior hanging, hooks, over a lower two drawer chest of drawers. Note: with a rich warm colour patination. Height 182.5 cm. Widt

A rare West Australian Colonial jarrah chest of drawers, c.1870, manufactured in the Victorian style, with two half size drawers, over four full size drawers, with turned handles, and ½ round corner pillars, upon a plinth base. Height 130.5 cm. Width 123 c

A rare West Australian jarrah two door press, c.1860. The press is constructed with two arch panelled doors, and with three interior pullout shelves. The lower chest, having two half drawers, over two full size drawers, flanked by square architectural styl

A West Australian Colonial jarrah settle, c.1870-1880. The settle is all jarrah construction, with double end arm rests, with three turned spindles, swan neck and sabre style legs, and serpentine style back board, with later upholstered cushion. Height 90

A West Australian specimen tilt top chess table, c.1880's, manufactured with inlaid woods including jarrah, she-oak, cedar and various other timbers, with a turned central pedestal column upon inlaid platform base with three turned bun feet. Height 71.5 cm

A rare West Australian Colonial jarrah, chaise lounge, c.1870/1880, maker unknown, decorated with double fluted front and side rail, with turned bulbous legs and scrolling arm, back panel, (lacking slats and upholstery). Height 69 cm; length 190 cm. Depth

Pair of contemporary open bookcases jarrah and ash, 192 cm high, 96 cm wide, 24 cm deep

West Australian jarrah desk, c.1880 and later, maker unknown, with turned legs, four drawers, later top recovering top: 155 cm x 89 cm. Height 76 cm

Rare West Australian jarrah Arts & Crafts cabinet c.1906-1907 carved by Henrietta May Strickland (1891-1961), (Etta). (in the English arts and crafts school style, having mythical dragons and various arts and crafts style motifs. Height 149 cm. Width 85 cm

Antique exhibition top inlaid occasional table, with intricate geometric designs in Australian native timbers. Huon pine, fiddleback blackwood, maple, jarrah, musk and ebony, on a blackwood base

West Australian Colonial jarrah chest of drawers c.1870's and later, maker unknown manufactured with two split side spindle columns, top and side panels, single wide board construction. U pper single. Length drawer, two lower drawers, over three larger bot