London, South Kensington
15 May 2002
An Irish early Victorian inverted breakfront mahogany wardrobe
By Williams and Gibton
With a moulded cornice, the central section with a pair of arched panelled doors enclosing hanging space and two drawers, previously with slides, flanked to either side by a taller, conformingly panelled door enclosing hanging space, previously with slides, on a plinth base, stamped '31917 WILLIAMS & GIBTON'
82½in. (209.5cm.) high; 101in. (256.5cm) wide; 26¼in. (66.5cm.) deep
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