Entries by Collinge Antiques

Narrow Georgian Mahogany Shelves.

Useful late Georgian mahogany shelf unit or stand c.1810. Ideal for use in a bathroom as storage for towels etc or perhaps in a living room to house a stereo. Just 19″ wide with four shelves plus the top and a drawer in the base. Raised on original brass castors and with a solid mahogany backboard to prevent things slipping off the rear. Excellent condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 19″, depth 17″, height 47″.


Mahogany Chiffonier.

Elegant mid 19th.c. mahogany chiffonier side cabinet c.1870.  With a single, shallow, mahogany lined drawer hidden in the shaped molding below the top, released with a catch inside the cupboard. With two adjustable shelves to the interior. The simple restrained, design highlights the fabulous grain of the flame mahogany door panels. Solid mahogany sides, wooded escutcheon and raised on turned bun feet. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops. Original lock, key supplied.
Dimensions: width 41″, depth 17″, height 37″.


Eight Oak Dining Chairs.


Quality set of eight early 20th.c. Queen Anne style oak dining chairs c.1910. Six chairs plus two matching ‘crook arm’ carvers. Featuring shaped backs with a carved shell motif, generously proportioned seats and shaped legs with pad feet joined with barrel turned stretchers.  Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and waxed in our workhops, servicable upholstery.
Dimensions: width 20″ (carvers 22″), depth 17″ (carvers 19″), height 40½”.

Extending Oak Dining Table.


Impressive late 19th.c. extending oak dining table c.1890. Solid oak top with canted corners and a moulded edge on good turned and reeded legs with the original brown pot castors. Two removable leaves, extending on a corkscrew mechanism from 56″  to a maximum length of 89″ and comfortably seating 8  people.  Excellent condition, restored and polished in our workshops. The extending machanism has been overhauled and the winding handle is supplied.
Dimensions: width extended 89″, depth 47″, height 28½”.



Early 20th.c. Oak Desk.


Good, early 20th.c. limed oak desk c.1910. Three drawer top over graduated drawer pedestals on castors. Original brass handles and leather skiver. The top and pedestals separate which is helpful when moving and the desk is polished on all sides so can be positioned away from a wall. Cleaned and polished in our workshops and in very good condition.
width 60″, depth 31½”, height 30″.


Edwardian Walnut Wardrobe.

Large Edwardian walnut triple wardrobe c.1910. Crisp cornice, carved arts and crafts style floral panels and a full length mirror. Fitted with sliding shelves and and a useful two over three chest of drawers behind the left and centre doors, the right hand side provides full length hanging. Superior quality with solid walnut sides and mahogany drawer linings. Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and polished in our workshops. Original handles and mirror plate. Key supplied.
Dimensions: width 76″, depth 20″, height 86″.


Mid 19th.c. Cylinder Desk.

Imposing mid 19th.c. mahogany cylinder top desk c.1870. Lift the cylinder to reveal a pull out 41″ x 21″ desk surface with lifting writing slope and a fitted interior of pigeon holes and stationery drawers with bird’s eye maple fronts. With an unusual and useful moulded gallery around the top.  On graduated three drawer pedestals with hardwood linings and turned knobs.  Excellent colour and condition. Fitted with new leather skivers, restored and polished in our workshops. Keys supplied.
Dimensions: width 48″, depth 30″, height 47″.


Victorian Rosewood Canterbury.

Large mid 19th.c. rosewood ‘canterbury’ folio or sheet music holder c.1870, ideal for use as a magazine tidy. Three sections with shaped spindles, a moulded top frame topped with turned finials over crisply carved barley twist columns. With a single drawer to the base, raised on turned feet with original brass castors. Excellent unrestored colour and condition.
Dimensions: width 26″, depth 16″, height 22.


Pair 19th.c. Adams Ironstone Cache Pots.

Fabulous pair of late 19th.c. Cattle Scenery pattern ‘chache’ pots or planters c.1890 by the great Staffordshire Pottery Adams. Embossed detail to the lip and base and raised on three short legs with moulded shell detail. Lovely blue and white transfer pattern of cattle and donkeys in a bucolic coutryside landscape. Further transfer pattern inside the lip. With a clear Adams Ironstone mark and stamp to the underside of both. Excellent condition with no chips or cracks.
Dimensions: diameter 5½”, height 6”.