A stunning quality Edwardian Period breakfront mahogany gentleman's wardrobe/press. The stepped moulded cornice of breakfront outline having a rosewood and satinwood cross banded border and amboyna veneered panels. The central twin panelled doors opening to reveal four oak lined dressing trays above an arrangement of two over three graduating oak lined drawers, with rosewood cross banded detail and Georgian style brass swan neck handles. The ends having full length mahogany twin panelled doors opening to reveal two brass rails and an arrangement of brass hooks. The whole raised on a breakfront solid mahogany plinth with shaped bracket feet. This wardrobe would undoubtedly have been made by Gillows of Lancaster or Edwards and Roberts of London as only the finest of mahogany has been used in its construction, even the back panels are solid mahogany. The choice of veneers used for the cross banding are exceptional. This wardrobe splits into six sections for easy transportation and assembly circa 1900-1910
Condition: This wardrobe is in stunning condition throughout. Cleaned and waxed. A minor crack in the left hand door upper panel.
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