Philip Colleck, Ltd Established 1938
Antique English Furniture

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Fine pair of Regency mahogany open armchairs with yoke toprail ending in scrolls above turned spindles with elaborately carved dolphin arm supports and having a slip seat above a crotch veneered scroll apron with paterae to the sides, with front turned fluted tapering legs with ankle collars ending in toupie feet. English c.1810
Rare pair of Chippendale period ladderback open armchairs, having shaped and pierced ladder splats with outcurvate stiles, shaped arms and supports over a drop seat with show wood rails above 'bamboo
A pair of Hepplewhite mahogany side chairs having a half flower head at the ends of the figured crest rails and leaf carved double 'x' form back slats. English, c. 1790
Pair of Chinese Chippendale Period Cockpen Open Armchairs with Carved and Painted Faux Bamboo Decoration, each with a box cushion above a framed caned seat. English, c. 1765.                         These bamboo patterned chairs exemplify the fashion for furniture designed in the Chinese manner popular after 1750.  In 1767 John Linnell supplied '10 neat bamboo chairs with loose seats of a similar design to William Drake at Shardelores (see H. Hayward & P. Kirkham, William & John Linnell, 1988 vol.1 p.101 & vol.2 fig.58.  Thomas Chippendale supplied
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