William IV mahogany linen press c.1830. In two pieces with a two door
cupboard top fitted with two adjustable shelves over a chest of drawers
base. Of unusual architectural form, the narrower cupboard top having
arched mouldings to the doors resting on faux columns over a stepped
Note how the rounded ebonised moulding that begins above the
columns and runs over the doors is repeated at the top of the base.
Superb flame mahogany door panels with ebonised mouldings, brass trim
and a crossbanded surround on solid mahogany groundwork. Base has and
unusual configuration of four small drawers and one long, all retaining
their original large brass knobs with a delightful floral garland detail
at the centre. Raised on unusual and original carved feet front and
rear. Solid mahogany sides to both pieces. Old damage to the
crossbanding near the top of the right hand door, otherwise excellent
condition with original hinges, latches, locks and key.
polished in our workshops. Splits into two pieces for ease of delivery.
The top could be fitted with a hanging rail if preferred.