Spectacular mid 19th.c satinwood triple wardrobe c.1860 by Thomas Turner of Manchester. Loads of storage inside with hanging space, sliding shelves (easily removed for extra hanging space) and a full chest of drawers. Great looks, featuring beautiful honey coloured satinwood veneers decorated with an elegant parquetry design in rosewood crossbanding, ebony and boxwood stringing. Superb quality with mahogany sides, mahogany lined drawers and slides and in great condition with original knobs, handles, mirror, catches and locks. Restored and repolished in our workshops. Key supplied. Splits into five pieces for ease of delivery.
Dimensions: width 78″, depth 22″, height 83″.
Edwardian mahogany revolving bookcase with inlaid detail to the top c.1910. Excellent condition, restored and repolished in our workshop. Great practical design, fits neatly into a corner but contains over seven feet of shelving.
Dimensions: width 18″, height 32″.
Cleaned and French polished in our workshops and fresh on the floor this morning is this delightful little Victorian mahogany occasional table with original chess board top c.1860. Shaped top, superb carved barley twist stem and a neat tripod base. The games board is made of inlaid squares of satinwood and rosewood.
Dimensions: Diameter 20″, height 29″.
A few more tasty pieces of G-Plan fresh in yesterday. A good Danish style sideboard c.1960 and a stylish dressing table and matching chest of drawers in unusual pale grey factory finish. All feature the earlier gold embossed G-Plan logo. Check out out our Mid Century Modern and Vintage page later today for details of theses and lots more retro pieces.
Following an exceptionally busy bank holiday weekend here are some shots of a load of new items fresh of the van this morning. Highlights include a lovely painted pine chest of drawers, a good pedestal desk, a long flame mahogany console table and a huge floral still life oil on canvas measuring an impressive 58″ x 70″.
Some more images of the mahogany pedestal desk first featured here last week. Now cleaned, restored, repolished and fitted with a new leather skiver and out on the shop floor this afternoon.
Dimensions: width 60″, depth 36″, height 31″.
A handsome early 19th.c. walnut chest of drawers on stand c.1820. Lovely colour and grain to the timber. Satinwood stringing to the top and drawer fronts and an attractive shaped apron continued on the sides. Raised on shaped cabriole legs. Excellent condition.
Dimensions: width 39″, depth 20″, height 55″.
A cute little late 18th.c. Welsh oak ‘coffer bach’ c.1760. Excellent colour with original carved detail and lock plate. Three panel front and back, repeated in the lid, elm candle box.
Dimensions: width 40″, depth 19″, height 23″.
Good quality oak plan chest c.1950. Seven full sized plan drawers plus two useful half width drawers above. Original handles and lable holders. Excellent condition restored and repolished in our workshops. Splits into three sections for ease of delivery.
Dimensions: width 45″, depth 36″, height 34″.
It was a photo opportunity the Olympic organisers just had to make happen. The bringing together of two great symbols of excellence and endeavor. The Olympic torch and the Collinge Antiques Warehouse, together in one image. Local children were allowed out of school so that they too could proudly say ‘I was there’.