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Antique Wardrobe & Linen Presses

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19th Century Victorian Antique Wardrobe and Linen Press

19th century Victorian three door antique wardrobe with good thick burr walnut veneer for the show wood. There is a mirror centre door with drawers and linen sliders behind, the panelled doors either side each enclose a single drawer with full length hanging. The construction is very good, with mahogany lined drawers and nice precise dovetails. It dismantles in the normal way for easy delivery.

English circa 1880 £1,850

MCA 001

206cm / 81" high
186cm / 73" wide
48cm / 19" deep

Antique Breakfront Wardrobe / Linen Press

18th century antique breakfront wardrobe and linen press. This is an especially fine example of 18th century craftmanship, all the elements are there, fine timbers, precise construction, crossbanding, stringing, dovetails, tenon joints and best quality handles and locks. The timber is fine figured mahogany with crossbanding made of king wood and box and ebony stringing. The interior is fitted out with full length hanging space either side with a single drawer in each side. The centre section has five linen slides over two small and two large clothes drawers. This is an extremely fine quality piece of furniture made of the best materials during the finest period of English cabinet making.
This piece of furniture has been photographed here before restoration, which is included in the purchase price.

English circa 1790 £6,800

07 16 05

213cm / 7' / 84" high
66cm / 26" deep max
226cm / 89" wide

Flame mahogany wardrobe

Antique wardrobe that looks like an antique linen press. This wardrobe has false drawers to make it look like a linen press, presumably because it had a pair that was a linen press, but we may never solve this mystery for sure. The timber is flame mahogany which has attained the most fantastic colour over the last two centuries. There is oval stringing on the doors and interesting decoration on the cornice.

English circa 1770 £2,800

60" wide max at cornice
75 1/4" high max
25 1/2" deep max cornice
23 1/2" deep cabinet

Mahogany linen press

This breakfront antique linen press is of the highest quality. It is made of finely figured mahogany with quarter cut bookmatched door panels. The oval panels have boxwood stringing and coromandel wood cross banding. There are linen sliders in the centre top section with drawers below while the ends have false drawers hiding cupboards and further drawers within.
The sliders and drawers are all lined with a fine cut of oak which is dovetailed together with the utmost precision.

English circa 1820 £14,500
Attributed to Gillow of Lancaster and London

87 1/4" high
100" wide at waist height
103" wide max at cornice
20" deep side section at waist
24" deep centre section at waist

Victorian satin birch wardrobe

Very beautiful Victorian satin birch wardrobe. This wardrobe is virtually complete, but the glue is all dry and it needs to be totally restored and polished. Despite the appearance there is surprisingly little veneer missing. A very interesting project.

English circa 1850-1880 £85

Satin birch wardrobe

Satin birch wood three door antique wardrobe with drawers and shoe compartment, the interior with mahogany lined drawers and precision dovetails. English circa 1880 £350

71" wide
78" high
21" deep

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