A rare Arts & Crafts Period oak hall robe by Shapland & Petter of Barnstaple. The flared oak cornice above rectangular oak doors with fine hand beaten copper strap work hinges and handles. The doors opening to reveal storage. The open front in fine quarter sawn oak with four fielded panels to the inside and three brass coat hooks. The sides having further brass coat hooks, a glove box and a shelf. The whole raised on shaped block front supports, stamped L48 to the reverse. English circa 1900. As illustrated on page 29 of Daryl Bennetts Shapland & Petter Ltd, Arts and Crafts furniture book.
Condition: This hall robe is in superb condition, it would originally of had an umbrella hook and drip tray to the side which is now absent.