Philip Colleck, Ltd Established 1938
Antique English Furniture

Two pairs of very fine Chippendale period mahogany side chairs with exquisite leaf carved top rails and carved and pierced splats. English c.1765 This design is taken from Thomas Chippendale's
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
Fine antique Regency painted faux satinwood triple back settee with finely turned vertical spats centered by rectangular panels decorated with classical figures above downswept arms, squab cusion and an apron decorated with classical swags centered by medallions on four front and four rear turned legs 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 George III elm shaped curved panelled settle. The back with six finely figured panels having two curved arms above side enclosing a curved seat above six lower panels conforming to the upper panels. English, c. 1785
Pair of rectangular oak benches with pierced gothick open fret work panels. English, c. 1880

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