Australian Cedar Furniture including other Australian indigenous timbers.
On this page you will find all Australian Cedar or Cedar incorporated into the design of the piece.
You will also find furniture made from other Australian Indigenous timbers, such as Blackwood, Huon Pine, Kauri Pine etc.
Some of our most interesting, desirable and curious pieces are shown below.
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EARLY COLONIAL CEDAR WARDROBE C1850’S
Constructed of well grained Cedar with a lovely honey colour.The doors exhibit
recessed panels culminating in Gothic style arches. The top interior is all hanging space.
Underneath are two short drawers and one full length drawer.The cedar Wardrobe rests on squat bun feet.
For ease of transport the wardrobe comes apart into two sections.
H : 214.5cm
D : 52cm
Exceptional Australian Colonial Cedar Dining Chairs C1840’s
Set of Five.
Each Cedar chair with rolled and lozenged top rail,
crisp carved mid rails showing double scrolling.
Shaped, turned,reeded legs.
Drop in seats.
A rare find.
ANTIQUE AUSTRALIAN TIMBERS PICTURE FRAME / MIRROR
19th century .
Can be hung vertically or horizontally.
Incorporating Cedar, Pine , Blackwood and other indigenous timbers.
By George Griffiths -(1825 -1890.)
Captain George Griffiths rose to notoriety in July 1877 when the crew on board his vessel
“The ONWARD” mutinied.
He restored order by locking them in the forecastle and shooting one of them dead.
Upon arrival at Hobart he was charged, but later acquitted by the jury.
Height : 45.5cm
Width : 80.5cm
COLONIAL CEDAR BOOKCASE C1860.
The top glazed section features a pelmet,carved corbels top and bottom.
It has three original shelves with original green leather braiding to the front edge of each shelf.
The bottom section of the bookcase features two fully rounded and turned columns either side of two arched panelled doors highlighting beautifully grained Cedar.
There are two rounded upper drawers in the bottom section and one internal shelf.
Original , pleasant faded finish.
Height : 222cm
Width : 129cm
Depth : Base : 45.5cm
Colonial Cedar Chest Of Drawers
A mid size chest of stylish configuration. Attractive colour and graining, including some
“plum pudding “ and “fiddleback “ cedar.
W : 107cm
H : 122cm
D : 49.5cm
AN ABSOLUTELY STUPENDOUS ANTIQUE COLONIAL CEDAR FOLK ART
CABINET IN THE FORM OF A GOTHIC STRUCTURE.
Fastidiously handworked and carved - this is a work of art.
The interior features a bank of brass handled drawers and shelves
Top has secret compartments
An unusual, one off piece of Australiana that would make a statement in anyone’s collection or decor.
Height : 134cm
Depth : 21cm
Width : 65cm $2650
AUSTRALIAN COLONIAL CEDAR DROPSIDE TABLE C1860
This is a versatile, handy sized table with many configurations.
It can be used as a dining table seating up to six with each dropside lifted.
It is also suitable as a games table, side table hall table.
Lovely deep plum colour, well turned legs,nice cedar grain.
The surrounding chairs are cedar, of a similar period with similar turnings.(not included)
D: closed 69cm
AUSTRALIAN COLONIAL CEDAR CARVER CHAIR.C1850’S
The shaped top rail exhibits pronounced classical carving.
The centre rail has a shaped moulded profile.
Elegantly sweeping scrolled arms.
Well turned front legs.
Newly upholstered in a tasteful, classical design.
A rich, dark plum colour exhibiting nineteenth century patina.
Height : 90cm
Width : 52cm
Depth : 50cm
AUSTRALIAN COLONIAL CEDAR BOOKCASE 1860
Colonial cedar bookcase of narrow proportions.
Features shield doors with this configuration repeated in the upper glass doors, creating an attractive pleasing appearance of Gothic style.
The top glassed section has three shelves ,while the lower cupboard contains one shelf.
Lovely honey colour with good patina.
Height : 231cm
Width : 111 cm
Depth : 40.5 cm
AUSTRALIAN COLONIAL CEDAR THREE LEAF DINING TABLE C1860’S
A solid Cedar D ended table having a full apron/ side skirts and three original leaves.
Original white porcelain castors.
Attributed to Thomas Moore.
Thomas Moore operated in Pitt St Sydney 1855—1877.
A beautiful extension table that could seat from four , when fully closed ,up to ten when fully extended.
H : 74cm
L : extended 250cm
AUSTRALIAN COLONIAL HUON PINE SPECIMEN TIMBER CABINET C1890
This unusual and unique example of Australiana features beautiful selections of indigenous timbers.
There are vibrant Birds Eye Huon Pine arched door panels.
Alternating, vertical lengths of Cedar and Huon Pine make the side panels something special.
The Birds Eye Huon Pine doors open to reveal an amazing interior drawer faced with diagonal sections of Huon Pine, Musk,Casuarina, Myrtle and Blackwood.
The large interior cavity would hold something special and treasured.
Pelmet and plinth base are of Cedar.
Original hardware and key to lock away those treasures.
Quite possibly this is an Apprentice piece used to showcase his skills.
This is an eye- catching, beautiful piece of craftsmanship.
May be placed on a bench, desktop, side table, library table or even hung on a wall.
H 89cm W 72cm D 39cm
COLONIAL CEDAR CHEST BY PROMINENT C19TH MAKER JOSEPH SLY.
Full Cedar construction consisting of two short drawers and three long.
Nineteenth century patina.
Superb cabinet making.
Lovely aged Cedar colour. Beautiful cedar graining.
Impressed into the back of this early Cedar chest are two J. Sly markings. C1840's
Australian Blackwood Art Nouveau Cabinet
The pediment on top of the cabinet is classically shaped and carved.
The shelf below the pediment has shaped supports with a bevelled mirror under.
The cupboard doors are shaped and display carved beading.
A versatile piece that could be used as a bedside, lamp table etc.
Height : 121cm
Depth : 39cm
Width : 44cm
COLONIAL CEDAR CAMPAIGN CHEST C1850.
Constructed of single planks of beautiful early ribbon grain Cedar.
Three smaller drawers in the top section and two larger in the bottom section.
Comes apart into two sections separating above the lower two large drawers.
Sits on squat bun feet.
An atypical format, not exhibiting brass strapping or side carry handles, but nevertheless is classed as Campaign furniture by virtue of the fact that it can be disassembled into more manageable sections
H 111 cm
ANTIQUE CEDAR PIER CABINET C 1904
This antique Australian Pier Cabinet in Cedar is quite a unique piece.
This multipurpose unit could be used as a bedside cabinet, small bookcase or other endless storage possibilities.
It features four internal shelves, original hardware and key and an exquisite piece of fiddleback Cedar for the gallery area which is surrounded on three sides by a quality, highly embossed brass gallery.It has an original, bevelled glass mirrored door panel.
Width : 52cm
Depth : 35.5cm
Height : 114.5cm
Fiddleback Cedar top surrounded by a brass gallery.
COLONIAL HUON PINE AND BLACKWOOD OCCASIONAL TABLE
The top is a round of Tasmanian Huon Pine featuring
“Spattrie" work of native fern fronds.
Spattrie or Spatterwork required a high degree of artistic skill.
The collecting of ferns during the late nineteenth century was a popular pastime both in England and in the colonies.
The legs are Tasmanian Blackwood.
Nineteenth Century patina.
Colonial Cedar Chiffonier C1860
Excellent original condition.
Back is shaped and carved in a classical manner with one shelf on small bobbin turned supports.
The bottom section has applied shield panel doors with acorn finial adornments.
The doors are flanked by half twist bobbin turned columns
Antique Colonial Cedar Dressing /Toilet Mirror C1860
This mirror features a well shaped base and three carved feet.
The mirror is shaped with a top carved adornment..Impressively carved and turned columns either side of mirror.
Very similar to carvings on Andrew Lenehan items.
A large, handsome mirror that makes a statement.
Provenance: The Carr Family, Maitland,Stock and Station Agents around the end of the C19th.Passed down by descent . H 98cm x W 84cm
Antique Colonial Cedar Blanket Box
Antique Colonial Cedar Blanket Box
Good aged colour. nineteenth century patina.
Height : 48cm
Depth : 48cm
Width : 95cm
ANTIQUE COLONIAL CEDAR CHEST OF DRAWERS C1840
Five drawer chest
Georgian design. Of smaller proportions.
Nineteenth Century patina
Width : 112cm
ANTIQUE COLONIAL CEDAR BLIND BOOKCASE C1870'S.
A labelled piece.
Quality cabinet making of full Cedar construction including a panelled back.
Beautifully grained Cedar of generous proportions.
Some timber is over 1" thick-perhaps constructed to Colonial Government specifications.
This is a quality piece providing excellent storage for linen , documents, books, treasures etc.
A highlight in any home or professional suite.
This is a large piece-the top containing three wide shelves and the base two.
IT IS LABELLED -stamped -Hudson Brothers Steam Joinery Redfern.
Depth : 56.5cm
Width : 160cm
Antique Colonial Cedar Sideboard C1860
An outstanding Gothic Revival , Full Cedar, mirrored backed sideboard, containing 4 internal drawers, a cellarette, shelving and a cutlery drawer. Exceptional cedar colour and grain.
Mirror has been replaced.
Intricate carving and corbels surrounding mirror.
19th Century patina.
RARE COLONIAL AUSTRALIAN CEDAR AND HUON PINE APPRENTICE BOOKCASE
19TH CENTURY PATINA.
Probably South Australian origin.
Exhibits alternate cross banding of Huon Pine and Cedar.
Flat pilasters of Huon Pine either side of lower doors.
Applied shields of Birds Eye Huon Pine to lower doors.
Pencil signature inside top of pelmet.
This signature appears to say -
"J . W. Penney " in flourishing manuscript.
This is a rare little collectors piece. Probably a " one off "
Width : 67cm
Depth : 32.5cm
ANTIQUE AUSTRALIAN COLONIAL CEDAR EXTENSION DINING TABLE.
THIS TABLE HAS 3 LEAVES AND ITS ORIGINAL PORCELAIN CASTORS.
It seat at least 8-10
123 cm width
77cm in height.
ANTIQUE CEDAR BOOKCASE
AUSTRALIAN COLONIAL cottage bookcase.
Full Cedar front with Pine sides.
Unusual early handmade door latches.
C19th Century patina.
H : 1.96m
W : 1.06m
D : 56cm
EARLY COLONIAL BLACKWOOD WHATNOT
Beautifully grained Blackwood shelves
and turned columns resting on early brass castors.
H 116.5cm x W 56cm x D 38cm
COLONIAL BLACKWOOD AND CEDAR SIDEBOARD/SERVERY
Mellow aged colour and patina.
Segment of Ballarat Star Newspaper behind mirror--1888.
So, possibly made in the Melbourne / Ballarat area.
Beautifully grained timber in this unusual Colonial piece.
Notice in the photo of side panels the single piece of unjoined Blackwood beautifully grained.
CEDAR ARTS AND CRAFTS MAGAZINE STAND.
FEATURING POMEGRANATES CARVING ON FOUR SIDES.
A MOST UNUSUAL PIECE FOR THE COLLECTOR WANTING SOMETHING DIFFERENT
and unique in Australian furniture of the Arts and Crafts period.
H 80 X L 73 X D 25.