seater 1950's lounge setting in mahogany.
Comprising a single highback armchair and a
matching 2 seater, this set has been rebuilt,
re-polished and re-upholstered.
60's teak extension dining table with stunning
radial veneer top. Generous size and butterfly
leaf extension, provide seating for from four to
eight people. We've not seen another like it in
more than 10 years of trading.
at the Gabba, two 1930s/40s bent ash highback
armchairs, re-upholstered and restored.
in stock at Petrie Terrace, a pair of Module
high, leather wingback recliners, with
cantilever bentwood legs, usually attributed to
Gerald Easdon. Module were a high fashion
furniture maker from Melbourne in the late
60s/early 70s; Grant and Mary Featherston were
among the designers with whom they collaborated.
at the Gabba, an early sixties, Fler 64
sideboard by Fred Lowen.
Teak armchair with wooden slatted back.
Re-polished and with new upholstery
restored and re-upholstered 1950's biomorphic
telephone table. Hidden drawers and a pull out
shelf are just two of the features of this
amazing piece of Australian design.
We don't know much about these, but they were
probably made in Brisbane (you don't find them
so much down south): some say by Peacocks
|Vintage Grant Featherston designed
Z300 Chaise Longue, formed ply body with huon pine
legs, fully restored and reupholstered in sculptured
Designed by Australian designer Roger McClay..
Manufactured between 1949 and 1961 by Descon this
superbly shaped folded ply chair is becoming quite a
Vinyl Upholstered Egg Chair on circular, silver
powder coated base. Manufactured circa 1974 by an
Australian company these chairs exude both style and
comfort. The perfect chair from which to plan world
Also available in your choice of finish. Contact us