A large and diverse category of antique single door, double door, triple door, mirrored wardrobes, and presses of all sizes shapes and material made in the Georgian, Victorian and Edwardian periods.
• Antique Single Door Wardrobes
Antique single door wardrobes with wonderful panelled doors and inlaid with other woods have hanging spaces for clothing. The 19th century versions with a mirrored door, sometimes have overhanging cornices and a single drawer. Art Nouveau and Arts and Crafts wardrobe have some nice features and carvings but tend to be simpler in design and construction.
• Antique Two Door Wardrobes
The double door wardrobes often come with plain or panelled doors. Georgian antique two door wardrobes have drawers or slide out trays or later fitted hanging rails. Smaller and sometimes prettier Antique Edwardian models with satinwood inlays and mirrored doors will fit into smaller properties.
• Antique Three Door Wardrobes
The larger antique three door wardrobes usually break down into three or more pieces for transport. These models tend to have space for hanging clothes and interior drawers, some have mirrors on the centre door or occasionally on the inside. Georgian and Victorian models sometimes have breakfronts and carved details to the cornice, corners and door panels.
• Antique Four Door Wardrobes
The very large Antique wardrobes with four doors are rarer but ideal for larger rooms and have excellent storage capacity. We have had Gothic models with flame mahogany panels and half columns with linen trays, drawers and hanging spaces.
• Antique Linen Presses
The Georgian linen or Gentleman's presses often have a cupboard top with linen trays over a drawer base though some two door versions with no drawer base have slide out trays and drawers inside. In some Georgian versions the trays have been removed and have been converted into a hanging space with a fitted rail.