Philip Colleck, Ltd Established 1938
Antique English Furniture

George III carved mahogany Chippendale child's open armchair. English, c. 1775
Fine Hepplewhite Mahogany Side Chair, having carved half flower head at the ends of the crest rail and leaf carved double 'x' form back slat, with over upholstered seat and tapering moulded legs with H-form stretchers.  English, circa 1790.
Chinese Export Carved Hardwood Open Armchair made for the American Trade, having an arched scroll fluted top rail above a rectangular splat having a plain circular plaque flanked by stylized acanthus leaves with downward scrolling arms, caned seat, and outcurvate square tapering legs. C.1815. The matching sidechair is illustrated in plate 135,
Fine George I antique carved walnut shepherd's crook armchair, with a rounded back and balloon seat on front cabriole legs ending in pointed slipper feet. English c.1725
Very fine large scale Renaissance Revival ebonized bobbin-turned armchair with finials to the top posts and as an unusual feature posts extending from the arms, with polychrome tufted cushions, and front wooden castors. English c.1870
Queen Anne period walnut upholstered wing chair, with shaped back and serpentine sides, on front cabriole legs ending in pad feet. English c. 1710

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