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Antique Wardrobe & Linen Presses

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George III Period Mahogany Antique Linen Press

George III period mahogany antique linen press. This linen press really is a cut above the norm, it is made of exceptional quality mahogany, the motifs in the corners are crisply carved and there is a Chippendale inspired latticework on the feet. The corner motifs themselves are of a stylised laurel wreath with different cut plants. They could be a family motto, but we would love to hear if anyone has any more information about these designs.
These photographs were taken before restoration, this linen press will be restored before delivery, please ask about delivery and restoration options.

English circa 1780 £3800

01 19 11

52½" / 103.5cm wide
77½" / 197cm high
25" / 63.5cm deep

18th Century George III Period Mahogany Antique Linen Press

Very fine quality and very heavy George III period mahogany antique linen press. This linen press has all its sliders, it is made of exceptional quality mahogany and it has faded to a beautiful golden brown colour. The price includes restoration if required. Please ask for details of restoration and delivery options.

English circa 1780 £2800

08 18 01

64cm / 24¾" deep
196cm / 77" high
131½cm / 51¾" wide at cornice and feet

Mahogany wardrobe

Mahogany wardrobe with a lovely grain pattern and really well made from huge sheets of the finest Cuban mahogany. English circa 1840-1860 £1,850

85 1/2" high
52" wide at cornice
48" wide at body
26" deep at cornice
20 1/2" deep inside

George III wardrobe

George III mahogany wardrobe, with six false and one real drawer.
This wardrobe is made of very fine quality mahogany which will look very fine when our restorers have removed the Edwardian varnish and brought back the patina with hand polished beeswax. Restoration included in the cost. The Victorian fabric interior not salvagable.

English circa 1790 £2,800

56½” wide at cornice
79” high overall
23” deep at cornice