5 April 2001
A SCOTTISH WILLIAM IV MAHOGANY BREAKFRONT WARDROBE
The stepped cornice above a plain frieze and a double raised-panelled door with a pair of columns, enclosing four sliding trays, three drawers and a later mirror, flanked on each side by a material-lined cupboard each with a hanging-rail and a pair of hanging-pegs, on a moulded plinth base and later short bun feet, the plinth with a fall-flap enclosing a cupboard, inscribed in chalk to the reverse '0 13'
77 in. (195.5 cm.) high; 77¼ in. (196 cm.) wide; 31½ in. (80 cm.) deep
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