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
A rare and important Japanese oak pedestal desk designed by Walter Burley Griffin for Newman College, University of Melbourne, circa 1917, with original pull out slides and timber handles, stamped James Moore and Sons, City Road, Melbourne, 79 cm high, 213
Walter Burley Griffin (1876-1937) A Newman College dining chair, 1916 attributed manufacturer, James Moore & Sons Pty Ltd, Melbourne, 1916 oak, leather. Literature: National Gallery of Victoria, one hundred Modern chairs, NGV, Melbourne, 1974, no. 73(a)
Walter Burley Griffin (1876-1937), a pair of Newman College dining chairs, 1916, attributed manufacturer, James Moore & Sons Pty Ltd, Melbourne, 1916, oak, leather. Literature: National Gallery of Victoria, one hundred modern chairs, NGV, Melbourne, 1974,
A Walter Burley Griffin oak armchair, circa 1916, the angular leather upholstered back flanked by open arms raised on a quadripartite swivel base manufactured by James Moore & Sons Pty Ltd Melbourne some later alterations. Note: designed for Newman College
Walter Burley Griffin, desk armchair on castors, 1916 Japanese oak and leather, manufactured by James Moore & Sons Pty Ltd, Melbourne. Height 104 cm. Provenance: Newman College, University of Melbourne, Victoria
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