Sold for £380
199.5cm tall, 50cm deep; exterior with scuffs, marks, some scratches mostly to sides and small nicks particularly to corners and edges e.g. top of door, a hole to right side, a few further smaller holes and signs of general wear commensurate with age and use; deterioration to upper edge of mirror silvering; fading to vibrancy of paint, minor crack to moulding beneath cornice upper right, there is a key but it does not seem to fit the lock, extra images available on our website; no visible signs of worm but we unfortunately aren't able to inspect 100% of the item, feels sturdy, drop height from rail approx 140cm
EARLY 20TH CENTURY ARTS & CRAFTS OAK WARDROBE,
by Harris Lebus, lock stamped 'HLL', the rectangular pediment over a frieze inlaid and stained with stylised foliage designs, over a mirrored door and on splayed bracket feet, 103cm wide
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