A well carved stone door bracket, with stepped capital, the bracket formed as a carved Ibis, on modern steel gallery bracket and stand.
A very nice quality and completely original Tasmanian Colonial period cedar chiffoniere of Greek revival form. With a back formed as a pair of outcurving acroters and central pediment, supported on a pair of turned columns. The cupboard doors with very fine inset panels of ribbon cedar. The door with original forged iron lock and hardware, on the original turned cedar feet.
A beautifully formed library chair with tapering rectangular section legs, with deep Klismos back. The whole veneered in highly figured European ash.