Entries by Collinge Antiques

Billiards Scoreboard & Cue Rack.

Very smart Ewardian mahogany billiards or snooker scoreboard by George Wright of London c.1905. Gold painted lettering and numbers, with brass and ebony sliders running on a brass rail. Sold together with a matching two piece wall mounted mahogany cue rack with brass and ebony holders. Excellent conditon, cleaned and polished in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 34″. height 12″.


9′ Rustic Pine Table.

Rustic 19th.c. pine farmhouse kitchen dining table c.1880. Sturdy construction with a five plank top over a shaped apron and four square legs.  Just short of 9 feet in length to take five chairs along each side. Cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: length 107″, width 31″, height 29″.


William IV Rosewood Bookshelves.

Very handsome early 19th.c. rosewood open library bookcase c.1830. Great lines with shaped cornice over scrolling corbels and faux columns to the top and base. Well figured rosewood veneers to the front and sides, the shelves are in softwood with painted simulation rosewood grain. Adjustable shelves, with internal depth of 8″ at the top and 10″ in the base. Splits into two pieces for ease of delivery.  Excellent colour and condition, cleaned and waxed in our workshops.
Dimensions: width 56″, depth 13″, height 84″.


Art Deco Valve Radio by Philco.

Fine piece of vintage art deco here in the (very stylish) shape of this vintage 1939 40-180 valve radio by the US company Philco. Intended as a domestic piece of furniture to be given pride of place in a living room, the great looking cabinet features modernist or machine age streamlining in a mahogany veneer. Missing the original back board, otherwise in excellent condition with the original bakelite knobs, decals and an illuminated dial with ‘cranberry’ preset station selector buttons. In working order, retaining all seven original Philco tubes.
Dimensions: width 27″, depth 13″, height 40″.


Dressmaker’s Bobbin Holder.

Delightful little 19th.c. vernacular Welsh dressmaker’s bobbin or spool holder c.1850. Exuberantly turned top rail and supports with three removable lugs with long metal pins attached to hold spools of thread, further turned finials and a little drawer in the base. Of various timbers with rosewood veneered drawer front and diamond shaped inlays. To give it extra weight and stability the base is a solid block of ash with the drawer space hollowed out, resting on small turned bun feet.
Dimensions: width 10″, depth 5″, height 11½”.


Cast Iron Umbrella Stand.

Good looking mid 19th.c. cast iron stick or umbrella stand c.1860. Maker unknown but unusual design cast in three sections. 8 ring holders to stop sticks etc from slipping, central column which forms a handle at the top and a drip tray with leaf pattern detail to the edge.
Dimensions: width 18″, depth 10″, height 26″.


Herbert Terry Anglepoise Lamp.

A genuine design classic here in the shape of this vintage 1930’s  nickel plated version of George Cawardine’s celebrated ‘Anglepoise’ lamp by original manufacturers Herbert Terry & Sons of Reddich. Excellent condition, cleaned and re-wired and sold with PAT test certificate.


Antique Chinese Household Shrine.

Never fails to amaze what can turn up in this job. Purchased locally last week this lovely 19th.c. Chinese household shrine.  Beautiful modest design in the form of a temple with a ridged roof, shaped eaves, a carved and piereced frieze to the front, shaped rear and sides and bracket feet. Excellent unrestored condition retaining much of the original finish.
Dimensions: width 23″, depth 16″, height 39″.


Large Gilt Mirror.

Large late 19th.c gilt framed mirror c.1890. Generously proportioned and heavily decorated with moulded gesso decoration. With new bevelled mirror plate. Could be hung portrait or landscape.
Dimensions: width 41″, height 36″, depth 5″.

Bamboo Frame Screen.

Small Aesthetic Movement fire screen c.1880. British made in the fashionable Japanese style of the day. Three frosted glass panels with hand painted floral decoration, set within a bamboo frame. Excellent condition, original throughout. The hinges allow the panels to fold both ways.
Dimensions: width 44, depth 43”.