Circa 1910, quarter sawn oak corner wardrobe by Whytock & Reid of Edinburgh after a design by Sir Robert Lorimer. The two return gables have fielded panels in the top, centre and bottom with pollard oak inlaid panels within. The front consists of one full size door with 3 panels in Jacobean style, with raised shaped beadings and beautiful quarter veneered pollard oak veneers. The door opens to reveal a shelf and a hanging rail within. At the base of the wardrobe there is a deep ogee moulding and the whole piece stands on 6 large squat bun feet. Continental style which was frequently used by Sir Robert Lorimer. The wardrobe is mellow in colour and is top quality.
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