Oxford,The Manor House at Clifton Hampden
25 - 26 September 2000
An early William IV satinbirch gentleman's wardrobe
Attributed to Gillows
The rectangular reverse-breakfront top above a moulded cornice and to the centre two short and four long graduated drawers flanked to each side by an arched panelled door, enclosing two shelves to each side, on a moulded plinth base
84¼in. (214cm.) wide, 54in. (137c.) high, 22½in. (56.5cm.) deep
The Lords Sherborne, Sherborne Park, Gloucestershire.
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A pattern for a related wardrobe, with Grecian moulded cornice and raised and arched-tablet doors, features in George Smith's Cabinet-Maker and Upholsterer's Guide, 1827, pl. CVIII).
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