London, South Kensington
25 January 2005
AN ORMOLU MOUNTED EBONISED SCARLET TORTOISESHELL AND BRASS INLAID WARDROBE
With an overhanging cornice above a pair of mirrors and panelled doors, decorated with applied masks and rockwork, on a plinth base, bearing a paper label to the reverse 'FORT WILLIAM/NO.235/1948', and with a handwritten label beneath the cornice PINK ROOM 114.
85in. (216cm.) high, 64in. (163cm.) wide, 22½in. (57cm.) deep
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