Here we have a beautiful vintage single wardrobe from the Edwardian era which would fit most bedrooms.
This is a beautifully crafted piece of furniture, traditionally made with dovetail joints. There is a removeable wooden cornice to the top but the rest of the wardrobe is one complete piece standing on bracket legs.
It has a large central bevelled mirror with an attractive pie crust detail surround and similarly detailed panels to the side.
Below is a very useful, deep drawer with original drawer pulls.
The wardrobe is still in a remarkable unaltered condition with the original rail with sliding hooks and the original catch and lock with working key.
However, it has now been updated into a contemporary piece by being sympathetically painted in Farrow and Ball’s eggshell paint in the ever popular shade of “Purbeck Stone”.
It has then been finished with a range of wax treatments that have created an amazing aged patina and also act to protect the surfaces.
Height – 197 cm
Width – 113 cm
Depth – 46 cm