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A pair of Victorian birch wardrobes
No VAT will be charged on the hammer price, but VA… Read more The Property of a Gentleman, removed from Callaly Castle, Alnwick In 1877 Major Alexander Browne purchased the Northumberland Estate of Callaly, to house his collection of antiques amongst which was the superb Forman Collection of Antiquities he inherited from his uncle. This Victorian bedroom furniture was retained by the family at the time of the Christie's House Sale, 22-24th September 1996.
A pair of Victorian birch wardrobes

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A pair of Victorian birch wardrobes
each with a moulded angled cornice and a pair of arched panelled doors with foliate decoration, flanked to either side by scrolled, beaded and foliate-decorated corbels, one enclosing six sliding trays and two drawers, the other with hanging space and two drawers, on a plinth base -- 59in. (150cm.) wide
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