Late 19th Century Large Antique Dutch Solid Pine Armoire Wardrobe
LATE 19th CENTURY LARGE ANTIQUE DUTCH SOLID PINE ARMOIRE WARDROBE. Dating to the end of the 19th century, this Dutch solid pine wardrobe is in very good condition and will split down for ease of getting it upstairs... The armoire stands on beautiful turned feet which continue up the the corners to terminate in a turned capital. To the inside there is a full width hanging rail fitted. Enclosed with a pair of fielded panel doors complete with original brass escutcheons (one has some damage), pin hinges and working lock with key.
The ogee cornice is further complimented with a pretty removable raised pediment.. This is a lovely piece of Dutch furniture which would compliment the bedroom of any home traditional or modern. There has in the past been a small amount of insect attack to the wardrobe but this is minimal and has been sprayed with a 5 star 20 year treatment.
59.25 inches wide max. / 18.5 inches internal. Alternatively you are welcome to collect from my showroom at any time.
If you would like any further information or would like to view the item or any other of the furniture, I have a large 18th century barn showroom filled with many interesting pieces of English, French and Eastern European provincial furniture. With all Vintage and Antique furniture, there will always be historical minor marks and shrinkage.
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This item can be shipped to United Kingdom.