A stunning mid-Victorian figured and painted walnut breakfront wardrobe circa 1850, carved urn and broken arch pediment, applied shallow arch panel with cartouche and leaf scrolls, over an arched and bevelled mirror door flanked by an arch panelled door to either side, fluted and leaf capped pilasters, plinth base, the bird's-eye maple and mahogany interior fitted with five pull slides, three drawers, hanging with shelf and drawer to either side.


Worksop Manor is a Grade I listed 18th-century country house in Bassetlaw, Nottinghamshire. It stands in one of the four contiguous estates in the Dukeries  area of  Nottinghamshire. Traditionally, the Lord of the manor Worksop may assist a British Monarch at his or her coronation by providing a glove and putting it on the monarch's right hand and supporting his or her right arm. Worksop Manor was the seat of the ancient Lords of Worksop.


Height 118 inches
Width 94.49 inches
Depth 20.87 inches


Height 300 cm
Width 240 cm
Depth 53 cm


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Antique 19th Century Victorian Breakfront Walnut Wardrobe Armoire, circa 1850