Entries by Collinge Antiques

1950’s Oliver Whales ‘Win a Spangles’ Allwin Machine.

Oliver Whales ‘Win a Spangles’ Allwin Machine c.1950. The term “Allwin” is the generic term for this kind of slot machine, originating from the fact that on most machines all of the cups are winners. Whales manufactured a large range of (almost exclusively) Allwins featuring bright plastic graphics on their playfields.

Presented in excellent original condition and in full working order, the machine receives coins, deploys the ball bearing, and dispenses the reward correctly. Includes a selection of period coins for operation and a set of original keys.

Dimensions: width 20″, depth 7″, height 31½”.

Large Rosewood Wardrobe.

Stunning late 19th.c. rosewood triple wardrobe c.1890. Break fronted with three long mirrored doors over three small drawers in the base. Hanging rail behind the centre door whilst the sides are fitted with three adjustable shelves to each. Shaped and moulded cornice with carved detail at the centre, beautifully figured rosewood veneers to the front and sides. Original shaped and bevelled mirrors with raised mouldings and carved leaf detail. Moulded drawer fronts with original gilded brass handles. Shaped and carved apron and legs. Superb quality, the carcass being of solid oak with oak drawer linings and back panels. Some minor tarnish to the mirror, otherwise excellent colour and condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops. Note for ease of delivery this wardrobe is demountable, coming apart into flat sections plus the cornice and base.

Dimensions: width 84″, depth 22″, height 96″.

Pair of Large Glass Lamps with Classical Illustrations.

Impressive pair of large table lamps c.1970. Baluster form glass bodies with unusual mottled gold fininsh and transfer illustrations of classical figures all somehow applied to the inside of the glass. With cast brass tops and raised on slim brass stems and plinths with further classical detail. Excellent condition, cleaned and rewired and sold with a PATtest certificate.
Dimensions: height to bulb 29″, max diameter 7″, width/depth at base 6″.

 

Marble Top Console Table.

Good sized mid 19th.c. marble top console table c.1840. Original marble top with a rounded edge over a flame mahogany veneered apron with a long drawer hidden in the front. On shaped bracket supports with carved detail over a shaped plinth also in flame mahogany and raised on a splendid pair of large carved claw feet. Oak drawer linings. Excellent condition and attractive pale colour. Cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 51″, depth 19″, height 35″.

Regency Writing Table.

Early 19th.c. mahogany writing table with drawers c.1820. Single piece solid mahogany top over two drawers and raised on elegantly turned and tapering legs front and rear. Ebonised stringing and to the edges of the drawer fronts and turned wooden knobs. Of superior quality with solid mahogany drawer linings and back. Old marks to the top and a couple of repairs to the veneers below the drawers. Otherwise excellent condition and lovely original colour. Cleaned and polished in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 45″, depth 21″, height 30″.

Small Gilt Cushion Frame Mirror.

Late 19th.c. gilt frame wall mirror c.1890. A little smaller than many we see. Original 18″ x 25″ bevelled mirror plate set within a broad carved and pierced wooden cushion frame. Original gilt finish worn to a very attractive mellow gold colour. Obvious scratch to the silvering on the back of the mirror at one edge and some some damage to the gilding on the frame. Mirror could be easily replaced if preferred. Can be hung either landscape or portrait aspect.
Dimensions: width 28″, height 34″, depth 2½”.

Tall Mahogany Office Bookcase.

Smart late 19th.c. mahogany office bookcase c.1890. Glazed two door top fitted with three adjustable shelves over a two door cupboard base with a single adjustable shelf and, quite unusually, two small drawers inside. Useful size, both top and base being deep enough for box files. Crisp moulded cornice, bevelled glass and panelled doors to the base with shaped mouldings. Excellent condition with original handles, locks and latches. Cleaned and polished in our workshops. Keys supplied. Splits into two pieces for delivery.
Dimensions: width 51″, depth 22″, height 88″.

Oval Pembroke Supper Table.

Elegant early 19th.c. mahogany pembroke supper table c.1830. Solid mahogany top with two folding leaves to seat four people. Unusually the legs are set wide enough to get a chair easily in between. Flame mahogany veneered apron with inlaid boxwood and ebony stringing, with a single drawer in one end. Raised on slim tapering square legs with matching inlays at the tops and brass castors. Quite a bit of old wear to the top – impressed marks which are only obvious when they catch the light. Generally very good colour and condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 44″/24½”, depth 31″, height 29″.

 

Four Ash & Elm Kitchen Chairs.

Charming set of four late 19th.c. ash and elm kitchen dining chairs c.1890. Of unusual design with a shaped cresting rail in elm over turned pierced backsplats with heart-shaped cutaways and circular saddle (15½” diameter) seats also in elm. Turned ash spindles, legs and stretchers. Stamped with the initials JB to the rear of each seat. Excellent colour and condition, simply cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 19″, depth 20″, height 35″.

Pair of Tall Yellow Table Lamps.

Striking pair tall mid 20th.c. porcelain table lamps c.1960. Turned column form bodies with a vivid yellow glaze. With a tiny chip to the top of one lamp. Otherwise excellent condition, cleaned and rewired and sold with a PAT test certificate.
Dimensions: height 22″, diameter at base 6½”.