Circa 1850, early Victorian mahogany 2 door wardrobe. The dramatic cornice has a flat facing and ogee moulding below, tapers beneath this and is veneered in flame mahogany. The 2 doors at the front have wonderful mahogany fielded panels and 2 carved knuckles at the top on both sides. The flat pilaster facing finishes with a small shaped base. Beneath the 2 doors are various moulded edges and a long drawer with 2 knob handles, larger scale than those on the doors above. On each side of the drawer is another fielded panel which is a little concealed drawer. The whole piece stands on an enclosed plinth. Inside the wardrobe, on the right side is uninterrupted hanging and on the left hand side is a shelf, 2 slides and 3 drawers with cast brass swan neck handles and flame mahogany drawer fronts. The panel between the 2 doors is fixed. The wardrobe has wonderful colour and good patination. Excellent condition. Breaks down into 4 separate sections.
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