Philip Colleck, Ltd Established 1938
Antique English Furniture

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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
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 Very Fine Antique Chippendale Period Carved Mahogany Side Chairs, having shaped crest rails above a pierced fret carved back splat and moulded uprights, an over upholstered seat and acanthus carved cabriole legs ending in scroll feet. Irish, c. 1770
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Very Fine Original Condition, modern upholstery. Illustrated in F. Lewis Hinckley
Fine Pair of Sheraton Polychrome Painted Faux Rosewood Side Chairs, the reticulated splat supporting an oval panel  painted with the three Graces in flowing robes in a landscape, with floral painted guilloche apron and paterae to the corners, on flared tapering bamboo front legs.  English c.1795
A Beautifully Patinated Pair of Hepplewhite Solid Mahogany Hall Chairs, having a shield shaped back above a shaped seat and square tapering legs joined by an H-shaped stretcher. English circa 1790
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