Entries by Collinge Antiques

Small Mahogany Chest of Drawers.

Small early 19th.c. mahogany chest of drawers c.1830. Just over 35″ wide. Solid mahogany top with a crossbanded border and moulded edge of two short and two long drawers of graduated depth. Matching flame mahogany drawer fronts with turned knobs. Shaped apron and feet at the front and sides. Excellent colour and condition with some repairs to the veneers, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.

Dimensions: width 35½”, depth 18″, height 36″.


Georgian Dressing Table Mirror.

Neat little late Georgian mahogany dressing table or toilet mirror with drawers c.1810. Original 17½” x 13½” mirror plate within a crossbanded frame. Angle adjustable on turned uprights with ball finials. On a flame mahogany veneered and bow fronted plinth base with three small drawers raised on short turned feet. Satinwood stringing and inlaid detail, bone knobs and escutcheon. Some tarnish to the mirror which could be easily replaced if preferred, and a burn toward the front right hand edge of the plinth. Otherwise excellent condition and very good original colour, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 23″, depth 9″, height 24″.


Large Brass Porch Lantern.

Good sized early 20th.c. brass porch light c.1920. Original frosted glass lantern shade with crisp cut detail. Below a brass crown with laurel detail and mounted with Classical goats masks and floral garlands. Hung from the original ceiling fitting and chain with decorative moulded links. Excellent condition, cleaned and wired and ready to hang.
Dimensions: diameter 10″, total height 30″.

Small Welsh Stick Back Armchair.

Delightful little early 19th.c. Welsh stick back armchair c.1800. Quiet unusual being in oak throughout. With a shaped backrest and arms raised on simple turned spindles over a single piece seat (just 12″ deep).  Turned legs joined with an H stretcher and splayed at the rear for stability. Great character with obvious wear to the backrest and some rather ‘agricultural’ repairs. Some of the spindles would appear to be replacements (note the difference in style of the left and right hand arm supports). Otherwise good condition solid and sturdy and excellent colour, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 24″, depth 16″, height 25″.

Brass Mounted Vitrine.

Superb quality brass mounted mahogany display cabinet or vitrine c.1905. White marble top with a pierced brass gallery over a single door cabinet with glazed sides and fitted with two shelves (depth 12½). Extensive brass mouldings to the front and sides and inlaid brass fluting either side of the door. Brass stringing to the edges of the shelves and brass mounts to the feet.  Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops. Key supplied.
Dimensions: width 30″, depth 16″, height 57″.

Large Still Life Painting.

Large mid 20th.c. French still life painting in oil on canvas dated 1944. Featuring an arrangement of silk flowers and wax fruit under a glass dome (a tradition French wedding souvenir), a glazed brown jug, straw hat, beer glass with a pewter lid, a simple terracotta bowl and folded cloth all arranged on a marble top gueridon table with clouded sky draped cloth in the background. Signed W. Sybrands and dated 1944 in the lower left corner. Presented in the original moulded and gilded wooden frame. Very good condition with some minor wear and retouching to the frame.
Dimensions: width 46½”, depth 2½”, height 42″.

Walnut Wine Table with Storage.

Mid 19th.c. burr walnut wine table with lift-up top c.1870. 15½” diameter top with burr walnut veneers and a thumb moulded edge, lifts to reveal a small velvet lined storage space below. Shaped and burr walnut veneered sides. Raised on a tapering and twist carved column and shaped tripod legs in solid walnut. Some wear and repairs to the veneers, otherwise excellent colour and condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops.
Dimensions: diameter 15½”, height 28″.

Early 19th.c. Anglesey Dresser Base.

Good example of the classic early 19th.c. North Wales cupboard dresser base c.1820. Solid oak plank top with an applied moulded edge over four working drawers (the bottom two middle drawers being dummy fronts to allow extra cupboard space inside) plus two cupboard doors. Delightful decorative front inlaid between the drawers with the lozenge detail found on furniture from the market town of Talwrn on the Isle of Anglesey.  The lovely fan shaped ebony and satinwood inlays to the doors and the diamond shaped bone escutcheons are also typical Anglesey vernacular details. Original brass knobs, panelled sides and bracket feet to the front. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops. Key supplied.
Dimensions: width 60½”, depth 20½”, height 35″.

Narrow Arts & Crafts Open Bookshelves.

Neat little Edwardian Arts & Crafts style oak open bookshelves c.1905. Just 15″ wide, with a shaped gallery with unusual pierced detail over five shelves (depth 6½”). Solid oak sides, wider at the base for extra stability plus a shaped apron  between the front feet. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions:  width 15″, depth (at feet) 9″, height 46″.

Small Georgian Mahogany Chest of Drawers.

Cute little late Georgian mahogany bachelor’s chest of drawers c.1790. Just 31″ wide with four long drawers of graduated depth. Oak lined drawers with cockbeaded flame mahogany drawer fronts.  The turned knobs are Victorian replacements but nicely matched for colour. Well figured sides and raised on bracket feet front and rear. Some earlier repairs and restorations, otherwise very good condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 31″, depth 19″, height 31″.