Entries by Collinge Antiques

George II Mahogany Side Table.

Its becoming increasingly rare for us to find pieces of Georgian furniture in original unrestored condition, it seems there just aren’t that many stones which remain unturned. So I’m delighted to be able to bring you this lovely simple little George II mahogany side table c.1750. A useful little table, just 26½” wide, with a single piece solid mahogany top with rounded corners and moulded edge over a single oak lined drawer retaining the original brass handle. On very elegant slim tapering legs with shaped brackets at the shoulders and neatly carved pad feet – a signature of Georgian furniture design. We are presenting this fine little table in unrestored condition, missing three of the little shaped brackets above the rear legs and damage to the cock beading around the drawer front.

Dimensions: width 26½”, depth 17″, height 28″.

Tall Open Bookcase.

Smart 20th.c. mahogany bow front open bookcase. Useful narrow size, just 28” wide with three adjustable shelves over a two door cupboard. Excellent quality with solid mahogany sides, a shaped top with parquetry detail and oval flame mahogany door panels with inlaid and crossbanded surround. Excellent condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops. Key supplied.
Dimensions: width 28”, depth 10”, height 77½”.

Steinberg Baby Grand Piano.

Early 20th.c. baby grand piano by the German makers Steinberg of Berlin c.1930. Iron frame, mahogany case and legs. Useful small size with a good tone and action. Original ivory keys, brass castors and pedals. Named on the underside of the keys cover and on the frame. In playable unrestored condition, some damage and wear to the finish.
Dimensions: width 58”, depth 54”, height 40”.

Cash’s Washing Ribbons Shop Display.

Charming little Edwardian pale oak shop cabinet for Cash’s Washing Ribbons c.1910. A lovely vintage shop piece, ideal as a collector’s display. The interior retains the original shelves and dividers, accessible either through the glazed front or the back, both with original hinges and catch. Original transfer decals to the pediment, and design patent label to the base. On a wide oak plinth for extra stability.
If anyone can tell me what washing ribbons were I’d love to know.
Dimensions: width 16”, depth 7”, height 25”. Internal depth 4”.

Large Oak Gateleg Table.

Good sized Georgian style oak ‘spider’ gateleg dining table. Solid oak construction throughout with a fabulous double gate base with twisted legs and stretchers. Big enough to seat 6 – 8 people. Excellent colour and condition.
Dimensions: 59½” / 21”, width 54”, height 30”.

Edwardian Oak Hall Stand.

Splendid Edwardian oak hat and coat stand c.1905. Unusual design with five double hooks arranged around a revolving crown on a tapering tripod oak stand. With large turned finial at the top repeated as a central block for extra strength. With three more hooks at the waist, and a weighted tripod base for extra stability.
Dimensions: width at base 24″, width at top 18″, height 84″.

Mid 19th.c. Portrait of a Lady.

Large mid 19th.c. portrait of a lady in a lace bonnet c.1860. Sensitively painted, in oil on canvas. Presented on the original stretcher in a fine period molded frame. Excellent condition, very clean with strong colours, a little minor damage to the frame.
Dimensions: width 42”, height 50”, depth 5”.

 

Inlaid Mahogany Chest of Drawers.

Unusually decorative mid 19th.c. inlaid mahogany chest of drawers c.1840. Useful large size with classic two over three drawer configuration. Inlaid and crossbanded top over a flame mahogany panel with marquetry detail. Drawer fronts with further marquetry detail and unusually decorative brass swan neck handles. Excellent colour and condition.
Dimensions: width 44”, depth 21”, height 43”.

Regency Rosewood Stool.

Very handsome early 19th.c. rosewood stool c.1830. Retaining the original woolwork tapestry top on an unusual carved solid rosewood base. With scrolling legs and twist supports repeated as stretchers, on neat little carved feet. Lovely colour and condition.
Dimensions: width 18″, depth 18″, height 17″.

Chiffonier Side Cabinet.

Late 19th.c. mahogany chiffonier side cabinet c.1880. Solid mahogany top on step mouldings over a single drawer and two door cupboard base. With flame mahogany veneered drawer front and door panels flanked on each side with faux columns topped with carved corbels. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops. Key supplied.
Dimensions: width 44″, depth 14½”, height 34″.