Entries by Collinge Antiques

Early 19th.c. Scottish Longcase Clock.

Early 19th.c. Scottish longcase clock by the celebrated Whitelaw family of Edinburgh clockmakers c.1825. Circular silvered face of 13″ diameter named for Whitelaw Edinburgh,  with engraved numerals, separate second and date dials and original blued steel hands. Within a very elegant case with a low pointed pediment to the hood, sparking flame mahogany veneers and a glazed door. Eight day works striking the hours on a bell. Large silvered cylinder pendulum and unusual flat weights cleverly designed run out of sight down the sides of the case. Excellent condition. The case has been cleaned and polished in our workshops, the works have been cleaned and overhauled and are sold with a 12 month guarantee.
Dimensions: width 19½”, depth 71″, height 9″.

Large Trompe L’Oeil Painting of Cherubs.

Large painted panel in oil on canvas c.1950. Over five and a half feet wide by four feet tall. Neo-Classical motif of two cherubs or putti within an oak leaf and laurel border topped with a ribbon bow. Convincing trompe l’oeil effect, painted to look like raised plaster work when viewed from a distance. Light general wear but no holes in the canvas. Presented unframed on the original stretcher.
Dimensions: width 67″, height 48″.

Queen Anne Style Walnut Chest on Stand.

Super quality early 20th.c. Queen Anne style walnut chest on stand c.1920. Top section with two short drawers over three long drawers of graduated depth, on a stand with three more small drawers. Burr walnut veneered drawer fronts with crossbanded edges, herringbone inlays and pretty shaped drop handles. The top features a moulded and crossbanded cornice and canted front corners with carved fluted detail. The base has a crossbanded waist moulding, shaped apron across the front and sides (cockbeaded on the front) and raised on elegant cabriole legs with pad feet. Oak drawer linings. Excellent condition and particularly good colour.
Dimensions: width 35″, depth 21″, height 64½”.

 

 

Large Oak Chest of Drawers.

Unusually large early 19th.c. oak chest of drawers c.1810. Solid oak two plank top with applied and moulded edge. Over two short drawers and five long drawers of graduated depth with cockbeaded solid oak drawer fronts and brass swan neck handles. Raised on shaped bracket feet. Solid oak sides and drawer linings. Very good colour and condition. Cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 54″, depth 21″, height 51″.

Rosewood Wine Table.

Unusual little mid 19th.c. rosewood tripod wine table c.1850. Possibly of Anglo-Indian origin. 17″ diameter top with highly figured veneers on a hardwood ground, the edge shaped into 11 lobes. On a beautiful double twist carved column and shaped legs unusual detail and a turned finial below. Very good condition and particularly good colour.
Dimensions: diameter 17″, height 26½”.

Edwardian Oak Filing Cabinet.

Edwardian era pale oak office filing cabinet by the American company Amberg c.1910. Four drawers with original brass handles and label holders. 12″ x 10¾” drawers, big enough to take seats of A4 paper with a sliding support in the base of each. Solid oak top and drawer fronts, panelled oak sides and rear. Excellent condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops.
Dimensions width 17½”, depth 28″, height 53½”.

Three Tier Mahogany Dumb Waiter.

Fine qualityGeorge III mahogany three tier dumb waiter c.1810. Solid mahogany circular shelves with raised and moulded edges on a crisp turned column. Tripod base with shaped feet retaining the original brass barrel castors.  Excellent condition and original colour, simply cleaned and waxed in our workshops.

Dimensions diameter 24″, height 43″.

18th.c. Oak Six Plank Chest.

Delightful early 18th.c. oak six plank chest or coffer c.1720. Good example of the form constructed from six flat planks with an applied border to the lid, unusual shaped brackets on the front and shaped detail at the foot. Can also double as a useful little window seat or hall bench with storage. Fitted inside with a small compartment. Excellent colour and condition. Cleaned and waxed in our workshops.

Dimensions: width 38″, depth 15″, height 26″.

Small Walnut Wellington Chest.

Small mid 19th.c. walnut Wellington chest c.1870. Just 19″ wide with seven drawers of graduated depth, ideal for accessories and filing (big enough for sheets of A4 paper), held closed with the hinged and lockable right hand pilaster. Well figured walnut veneers, carved corbels and turned hardwood knobs. Obvious old wear and repairs to the top, otherwise very good colour and condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops. Key supplied.
Dimensions: width 19″, depth 13″, height 39½”.

Low Indian Carved Side Table.

Late 19th.c. Indian carved hardwood occasional table c.1890. Of octagonal form, intricately carved with a dense pattern of vine leaves and fruit. Pattern continues as pierced and carved fretwork on the bases. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions diameter 18″, height 18″.