This is an antique wardrobe by Howard and Sons of London. An English, oak linen cupboard, or compactum, dating to the late 19th century, circa 1900. The single-width hanging cupboard enclosed by a door featuring the original, quality mirror plate.
This is an antique triple wardrobe. A Scottish, oak and burr walnut compactum dating to the mid-Victorian period of the 19th century, circa 1870. This is a splendid antique wardrobe of Scottish country house proportion and displays beautifully.
This is an antique, Georgian, vernacular wardrobe on stand dating to c.1800. Raised on a bracketed plinth base the lower stand comprises a pair of wider drawers flanking a narrower central drawer. Above, a set of faux drawer fronts provide extra hanging depth within the cabinet.
A French oak wardrobe dating to the mid-19th century, circa 1850. Of solid joints and construction. Stylised carved panels adorn each surface to add further delight. Generous wardrobe space and a high level shelf within.
A fine quality Edwardian period oak wardrobe in the Arts & Crafts manner. Carved with the Hippocrates quote: 'Ars Longa Vita Brevis' (Art is long, Life is short), above paneled doors enclosed hanging space and raised on cabriole legs.
Centre door with a shaped dressing mirror and full length hanging space inside, flanked on each side with short cupboards fitted with adjustable shelves over banks of three drawers. A real show stopper of a piece standing almost eight feet tall.