London, South Kensington
25 September 2007
AN EDWARDIAN GREEN PAINTED WARDROBE
EARLY 20TH CENTURY
En suite with the previous lots, with a moulded cornice and frieze centred by musical trophies, the panelled doors with foliate wrapped oval medallions depicting swagged urns, on short turned fluted legs
87in. (221cm.) high; 66in. (168cm.) wide; 24in. (61cm.) deep
The Beaverbrook Foundation, Cherkley Court, Surrey.
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