Antique Gentleman's Wardrobe, Walnut, Compactum, Waring And Gillow, Victorian
Our Stock # 18.7764
This is an antique gentleman's wardrobe. An English, walnut compactum cupboard by Waring & Gillow, dating to the late Victorian period, circa 1900.
- Superior proportion and appearance
- Displays a desirable aged patina and in good order
- Select walnut shows fine grain interest and deep caramel hues
- Quality bevelled mirror plates to doors, with desirable light foxing
- Central cabinet over four drawers with wardrobe doors to either side
- Upper cabinet doors decorated with foliate carved field panels
- Sliding drawers to the interior for smaller garments or shoes
- Each door dressed with brass lock escutcheons displaying figural masques — keys absent
- Drawers open smoothly by way of brass drop handles over ornate masque backplates
- Dressed wardrobe interiors present a suite of brass hanging hooks
- Internal drawer with half dome cup handles to the left hand wardrobe
- The whole standing upon a continuous stout plinth foot
- Original labels to rear for Waring & Gillow of Oxford Street, London
This is a striking antique gentleman's wardrobe, with appealing colour and carved finish. Bevelled dressing mirrors and decorative carved panels add to the allure. Solid joints and construction, delivered waxed, polished and ready for the home.
Max Width: 204.5cm (80.5'')
Max Depth: 59cm (23.25'')
Max Height: 213cm (83.75'')
Mirror Plate Width: 37.5cm (14.75'')
Mirror Plate Height: 165.5cm (65.25'')
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