Circa 1830. A good quality William IV mahogany two-door wardrobe. Moulded cornice with deep frieze, two large full-length doors with plum pudding mahogany panels and gothic style arches, flanked by a full length turned and tapering columns. The right side has un-interrupted hanging and the opposite side has pull put trays and drawers. In the base there is a full-length drawer with two turned handles, and ash lining indicating it’s Scottish. Each side of this there are two rectangular panels, all resting on an enclosed mahogany plinth. The wardrobe comes in four parts.
211 cm H x 154 cm W x 71 cm D