A 19th century marquetry cushion framed mirror, with shaped arched top and original hand cut bevelled glass. The frame is of walnut, inlaid with various other woods in a bird and stylised foliate pattern. The original plate mirror, does have a generous foxing to it, although it is not disagreeable. If required we could replace the mirror with a new one, at cost. The mirror has a heavy brass hanging chain.
A Lamb of Manchester mahogany wardrobe of exceptional quality. This aesthetic movement designed wardrobe dating from circa 1880 is made from the finest selection of timbers available. It retains its original finish and is a wonderful colour. The handles and locks are also original by S.Hall of Sheffield. As with all the furniture we sell this piece has been sympathetically restored to the highest possible standards, using our 30 years plus of knowledge and experience. This fine wardrobe breaks down into five sections for transport, the largest of which measures: 196cm H x 120cm W x 62cm D