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CHAIRS

Beard Watson Arts and Crafts Blackwood Chairs (2) c.1905

  

These solid Australian blackwood hall chairs exude quality in manufacture and design. They are strong, stylish and very modern. These chairs were made by the acclaimed Sydney company Beard Watson Ltd, a sign of great quality.

Length: 46cm Depth: 40cm Height: 105cm  

 

$750 for pair  

 

 

Beard Watson Arts and Crafts Blackwood Chairs c.1905

  

These attractive Arts and Crafts chairs were made by noted Sydney furniture manufacturer, Beard Watson Ltd (brass maker’s plaque underneath). They are made of solid Blackwood and feature simple cut-outs and original floral upholstery. The distinctive Japanese style will suit modern and heritage decor.

Length: 39.5 cm Depth: 33.5 cm Height: 93.5 cm 

 

$950 for pair  

 

 

Arts and Crafts Oak Hall Settle c.1915

  

This simple, sturdy Arts and Crafts settle is made of ebonized solid oak. It is a simple design that would suit narrow hallways, window nooks, foyers or verandahs.

Length: 126 cm Depth: 38 cm Height: 85 cm

 

$950  

 

 

Late Victorian Ladder back Chair c.1895

  

This Late Victorian rosewood ladder back chair is a wonderful example of the quality furniture manufactured at the turn of the century by Beard Watson Ltd. These popular ladder back chairs were designed by Grimson & Barnsley of London and faithfully reproduced by the local Sydney firm. They were advertised on their comprehensive and stylish catalogues. This chair is one of a trio that are each upholstered in neutral woven material and are in commendable condition (the French polish is slightly crazed). The copper plaque – Beard Watson Ltd, Sydney, Upholsterers & Co – is located under the frame with the indented number 7819.

Length: 40 cm Depth: 43 cm Height: 97 cm 

 

$150  

 

 

Federation Oak Dining Chairs (4) c.1900

  

These Federation oak chairs are solidly constructed with beautifully grained oak and have simple slat backs, making them ideal for use in the dining room or kitchen. They have been expertly reupholstered in a quality Warwick fabric.

Length: 45.5 cm Depth: 41 cm Height: 101.5 cm

 

$1250 for four  

 

 

Federation Fruitwood Ladder-back Chairs (2) c.1910

  

This dainty pair of ladder-back chairs are in remarkable original condition. Their timeless charm could transform any simple room into something special. We also have some similar ladder-back chairs that would complement these.

Length: 39.5 cm Depth: 36 cm Height: 86 cm 

$200 for pair 

Arts and Crafts Oak Hall Chairs (2) c.1880

  

These two unique Arts and Crafts oak hall chairs have the original patina and ornate celtic carving on the back and legs with original castors. They have been recovered with quality dark brown studded leather over the original padding, springs and webbing. They are extremely sturdy and will look impressive in the lounge room, dining room or hallway.

Length: 50 cm Depth: 48 cm Height: 105 cm  

$950 for pair 

Arts and Crafts Oak and Leather Chairs (2) c.1905

  

The quality of this set of Arts and Crafts chairs is second to none. The chair, with its unusual design with sweeping arms, is often referred to as an Abingdon chair and is in the manner of George Henry Walton (1867 -1933) of Glasgow and London. They are strongly constructed of solid oak with the seats and backs professionally reupholstered with beautiful "antique cedar" leather over their original springs. They have retained their original patina, are extremely comfortable and are definitely a rare find.

Length: 70 cm Depth: 60 cm Height: 102 cm 

$1500 for pair 

Arts and Crafts Oak and Leather Chairs (3) c.1905

  

The quality of this set of Arts and Crafts chairs is second to none. The chair is often referred to as an Abingdon chair and is in the manner of George Henry Walton (1867 -1933) of Glasgow and London. They are strongly constructed of solid oak with the seats and backs professionally reupholstered with beautiful "antique cedar" leather over their original springs. They have retained their original patina, are extremely comfortable and are definitely a rare find. They can be purchased indidually and will make extraordinary desk chairs.

Length: 45 cm Depth: 50 cm Height: 98 cm 

$500 each (pair of matching armchairs priced separately above)

Federation Oak Arm Chair c.1910

  

This quality Federation arm chair is made of solid oak and retains its original mellow patina. The piece has attractive Art Nouveau carving above slat back, roll-end arms and original brown leatherette upholstery. This quality chair is strong and comfortable.

Length: 58.5 cm Depth: 51 cm Height: 117 cm  

$450

Edwardian Mahogany Tub Chair c.1900

  

This elegant mahogany tub chair is extremely comfortable and stylish with a solid mahogany frame and an attractive jacquard upholstery.

Length: 52 cm Depth: 46 cm Height: 80 cm 

$425

Beard Watson Oak two Seater Settle c.1915

  

This is a familiar, useful verandah or sunroom settle, made by Sydney's Beard Watson Ltd. It is in good original condition ready for an easy re-upholstery job with a material of your choice.

Length:140.5cm Depth: 62cm Height: 81cm 

$1150

Early Victorian Mahogany Salon Chair c.1850

  

The elegance of the early Victorian era  is rediscovered with this beautiful salon chair. It is strongly constructed with solid mahogany, very popular with London’s gentry in those early days of Queen Victoria’s reign. The seat has at some time been reupholstered with top quality fawn studded leather.

Length: 51cm Depth: 52cm Height: 91cm 

$625

Edwardian Oak Dining Chairs (6) c.1900

  

This neat set of 6 matching dining chairs have been beautifully restored and are ready to lift any dining room. They are strong and the solid oak frames are in excellent condition. The sprung seats have been professionally reupholstered a timeless Warwick fabric.

Length: 44m Depth: 40cm Height: 92cm 

$1500