Entries by Collinge Antiques

Narrow Mahogany Bookcase.

Narrow Edwardian mahogany bookcase c.1905. Just 39″ wide with an open bookcase top fitted with four adjustable shelves (depth 10½”). Over a two door cupboard base with two shelves, also adjustable. Restrained design with a crisp moulded cornice, reeded fronts to the sides. Raised and fielded door panels and a moulded plinth. Superior quality, in solid mahogany throughout. Original label for cabinet makers W & F Webb of Worcester. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 39″, depth 17″, height 89½”.

Set of Four Oak Stools.

Good quality set of four early 20th.c. oak tavern stools c.1920. 13″ diameter button seats with a slightly dished top and rounded edges. On turned and tapering legs, slightly splayed for extra stability and with tall shaped feet. Maker’s labels for Goodall of Burton-Upon-Trent on the underside. Excellent condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: diameter 13″, height 22″.





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Pair of Long Cherrywood Benches.

Superb pair of late 19th.c. cherrywood benches c.1880. 80″ long with 6″ wide single piece solid cherrywood plank seats of beautiful colour and grain raised on turned A-frame legs and stretchers. Excellent condition and particularly good colour and patina, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: length 80½”, depth 14″, height 19″.


Small Georgian Mahogany Chest of Drawers.

Small late Georgian mahogany chest of drawers c.1800. Very attractively proportioned, just 37″ wide, with two short drawers over three drawers of graduated depth. Mahogany veneered top and drawer fronts. Thumb moulded edge to the top and cockbeaded drawer fronts with brass swan neck handles. Ogee base moulding and original shaped bracket feet front and rear. Some obvious old marks and wear to the finish. Otherwise very good condition and attractive original colour. Cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 37″, depth 20″, height 32″.

Narrow Marble Top Cabinet.

Narrow French marble top side cabinet c.1930. Unusual dimensions, just 23″ wide. Original white marble top with a moulded edge over a superb decorative front and sides. With fine marquetry panels featuring flowers, musical instruments and a pair of doves inlaid into symmetrically arranged kingwood verneers. Open to reveal an oak lined interior of two cupboards fitted with shelves and two small drawers to the upper section. Gilded ormolu mounts to the shoulders over inlaid faux fluted columns. Shaped apron and legs with further ormolu mounts to thee feet. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 23″, depth 14½”, height 56″.

Hanging Pendant Light.

Early 20th.c. hanging porch light c.1920. Opaline glass shade below very handsome original copper gallery. Hung from good quality brass chain with twisted links. Excellent condition, cleaned and rewired and ready to hang. Chain could be easily shortened if preferred.
Dimensions: shade diameter 11″, height from bottom of shade to top of gallery 17″, total drop 45″.

Pair of Art Nouveau Carved Oak Panels

Superb pair of tall late 19th.c. Dutch Art Nouveau carved oak door panels c.1890. Measuring 17½” x 65½”. Carved with allagorical winged female figures representing the evening (Avond) and morning (Morgen), with beautifully observed floral detail. Arched panels within moulded surrounds with ebonised edges. Excellent condition.
Dimensions: width 17½”, height 65½”.

Pair of Large Cast Iron Garden Urns

Splendid pair of large cast iron garden urns or planters. Standing 46″tall, cast in one piece with 26″ diameter taza type planters (internal depth 7″) with drainage holes. Raised on tall stepped plinths with a Classical laurel wreath motif on all four sides. Painted in a pale stone colour. Some minor rust stains and wear to the paint, otherwise excellent condition.
Dimensions: height 46″, diameter 25″, width and depth at base 18½”.

Oak Filing Cabinet.

Very smart late 19th.c. two door oak filing cabinet c.1890. Unusual door fronts made to resemble two banks of drawers complete with turned handles. Opening to reveal two rows of shelves (depth 11½”) for filing and stationery etc. Flared and moulded cornice and thumb moulded plinth. Oak sides and shelf fronts. Excellent colour and condition. Key supplied.
Dimensions: width 42½”, height 15½”, depth 51″.

18th.c. Metamorphic Mahogany Armchair & Daybed.

Rare mid 18th.c. mahogany metamorphic armchair and daybed c.1760. Very impressively proportioned  high back open armchair with shaped wings, beautifully carved arms and cabriole legs. Open the two original brass catches on the sides to allow the back to recline and the seat to fold over to make a long daybed or sleeping chair. Early mahogany timbers of exceptional colour, used as veneers on an oak subframe with solid mahogany cresting rail, arms and legs. Unusually shaped backrest with carved acanthus leaf spay at the centre and moulded detail to the front edge. Folding oak support to hold the backrest when reclined, webbed back and seat with loose cushions. Old damage to the backrest, otherwise excellent original condition with clean upholstery. Note the original brass and leather castors to the feet.
Dimensions: width 36″, depth 30/88″, height 52″.