Early Victorian mahogany press wardrobe
This Victorian mahogany press wardrobe was first made circa 1840.
This wardrobe/press comes into 3 parts. You have the cornice, the cupboard section and then the base. This allows for it to be easier to transport the item around your home.
Having a pair of panel cupboard doors to the top, that open to reveal full hanging space, with a rail across the width so that you can hang your items.
The panel doors and drawer fronts with well selected fiery mahogany veneer laid on solid mahogany. The drawers lined with fine tiger oak.
The linen shelf rails are still in place if you wished to add shelves.
Formerly a linen press with slides, this piece has been used converted to a wardrobe as the previous owner stated ‘it is so compact compared to normal wardrobes, but you still can get so much inside’
The base with 2 drawers along the top and a further 2 long graduated drawers below, all fitted with brass ring handles.
It stands on the original solid mahogany turned legs.
Imagine how good this will look in your bedroom or dressing area, a fine piece to enhance the look of your home as well as being 100% practical.
127.5cms wide (50ins)
208cms high (81 3/4ins)
56cms deep (22ins)
Internal depth 50cms (19 3/4ins)
Internal height 99cms (38 3/4ins)
UK mainland delivery £75+vat
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