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Auction House:
McKenzies Auctioneers
Number of lots recorded:16
Lots with images:16
Prices available:16
*** Rare West Australian Colonial jarrah settle, c. 1860 maker unknown with turned side end spindles, Regency style wave back, good colour and patina, with modern calico seat cushion height: 90 cm; width 62 cm; length 207 cm ***
*** A rare and important West Australian Colonial jarrah chiffonier c. 1880, cabinet maker unknown with rare carved barley twist supports, and carved fret work gallery. Lower base constructed with rare three turned half columns, selected timber 'Curly-Grain Jarrah' door panels, two large drawers, dove-tailed construction. Lock escutcheons inlaid, lighter wood, the cabinet rests upon four turned bun feet. Height 132.5 cm. Width 105 cm. Depth 47.5 cm ***
*** 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 style split columns, upon a plinth base, with a rich and warm colour patina. Height 213 cm. Width 127 cm. Depth 59 cm. Note: There is a similar jarrah chest of drawers c.… ***
*** 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 cm. Depth 54 cm. Provenance: See inner drawer labels, 'Old Spanish mahogany. Guy Hampden from mother. June 14th 1929'. Guy Essex Hampden was the great grandson of John Hampton Esq. who was the Governor of Western Australia during the 1860's ***
*** A French boulle style and ormolu, three door credenza. Late 19th century. The credenza is decorated in the 'Boulle' style with pierced-cut brass and red tortoiseshell inlay, against a black 'Ebonized' patinated finish. The cabinet has a serpentine front with a central boulle panel door, flanked by side cupboards. The two side cupboards have curved glass doors with juxtaposition figural corbels depicting neoclassical style busts of French maidens.… ***
*** An Art Nouveau oak dining suite, attributed to Maison Krieger, Paris, c.1900., comprising of dining table with eight side chairs, the table with four narrow leaves extending from a six seater and up to ten, the carving on the tables lower legs 'Leaves and pomegranate style' is similar to the door panels on the other two oak sideboards, the chairs are carved oak frames with original pattern leather back upholstery to front; the seats and chair backs later recovers. Chair height 93 cm. Table height 74 cm.… ***
*** A fine Regency rosewood and brass inlay sofa table c.1815 the top having cross banded border edge with feature grain and two lower drawers, the lower with two turned spindle columns attached to platform base and cabriole legs, brass castors. Height 70 cm, top: 65.5 x 145 cm (extended). Provenance: Purchased Clive Brans Antiques ***
*** A Dutch walnut 2 door press. Late 18th century, with arched shaped cornice moulded in cross-grained walnut; the arched shaped doors bead moulded and the panels having feather cross-banded edges. The drawers with feather-banded and cockbeaded edges having engraved brass escutcheons and handles. Height 215 cm; width 164 cm; Depth 59.5 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 turned half-size pillars, upon a plinth base. The backboard has an outer half-round carved moulded edge, with a single shelf supported by two turned spindle columns. Note: good colour and patina. Height 140 cm; width 108 cm; Depth 48 cm ***
*** A rare West Australian jarrah bookcase c. 1900-1910, cabinet maker unknown through mortise and tenon joints, floating insert side and front door panels, constructed in traditional 19th century furniture making design. Height 220 cm. Width 113 cm. Depth 46 cm ***
*** A French walnut drawing/writing table, circa late 19th century, set on turned and reeded legs, double articulated, top with tooled leather drawing surface and removable book rests, the front with secretaire, drawer fitted with writing surface, the frieze with pull out slides to the sides. Height 78 cm. Width 100 cm. Depth 62 cm ***
*** 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. Width 103 cm. Depth 45.5 cm ***
*** A French boulle and ormolu, three door credenza late 19th century. The credenza is decorated in the 'Boulle' style with pierced-cut brass and red tortoiseshell inlay, against a black 'ebonised' patinated finish. The cabinet is serpentine shape with a central boulle panel door, flanked by curved glass doors. The top cabinet edges, base and door panels, feature bronze ormolu inlay, beading, applied mounts and figural cast busts of neoclassical style mythical portraits. Height 118.… ***
*** Rare West Australian Colonial jarrah chiffonier, c.1880's, by Edwin F.… ***
*** An important and rare West Australian, colonial breakfast table, in jarrah, with fiddle back jarrah veneers, to the Regency styled, tripod base. Mid 19th century. For a very similar table, see pages 22 & 23, 'An Introduction to Western Australian Colonial Furniture,', by Lauder & Howard, 1988 ***
*** 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 63 cm ***