A 19th century Victorian mahogany corner wardrobe.
The wardrobe has a full length mirror door that is flanked by turned mahogany spiral pillars.
The wardrobe has a high plinth base and an overhanging moulded cornice.
The interior has its original turned mahogany peg hooks around the top, a later brass rail and a small single drawer in the bottom.
The wardrobe is well made and in good condition and could be used in a hall.
In the past it would have had shelves but they are no longer there.
The wardrobe does come into three parts to transport and we recommend it should be fastened to the wall as the door is heavy and could tip the wardrobe forward when opened. (Circa 1890)
Height 183.5cm (72.2 inches)
Front Width 94cm (37 inches)
Depth from corner 67cm (26.4 inches)