291 An early Australian Colonial meatsafe, cedar with pierced zinc sides, circa 1830 A similar example of the pattern zinc work illustrated on the end papers of "Memories: A survey of early Australian Furniture in the collection of Lord McAlpine of West Green" by Graham Cornall. 100cm high, 82cm wide, 47cm deep $1,000–2,000 292 A Colonial tilt-top oval supper table with unusual carved column and base, blackwood, Tasmanian origin, mid 19th century 75cm high, 125cm wide, 90cm deep $800–1,200 ❖ 293 A rare set of four Tasmanian blackwood dining chairs attributed to James Lumsden, Hobart, circa 1845 similar examples illustrated in “Australian Furniture Pictorial History and History 1788-1938” , by Fahy & Simpson [Casuarina Press, Sydney], page 260 (4) $1,200–2,000 291 293 53