This early 20th century antique armoire features a rich burled woodgrain, two doors with beveled oval mirrors, and decorative carved scroll designs with stippling in the spandrels above the mirrors and a simple carved floral design below. The center panel between the doors has a carved accent framed in an oval to match the mirrors with an intertwined s-scroll and flower motif. The armoire is made in three pieces-- a top cornice, a section with two doors, and a 18.75" tall base with a single drawer. The hardware is a charming feature in this piece consisting of drop pulls with a face stamped in the backplates and fan-shaped pulls on the drawer in the base.
Please note the wood has shrunk around the doors so they have a tendency to stay ajar (currently there is Velcro inside the doors to keep them closed). There are a few scratches and cracks in the wood, and the hooks and interior shelves and tracking were added later by a previous owner (see photos for detail).
Overall: 77.25" High x 50.5" Wide x 20" Deep
Largest section with mirrored doors is 53.5" High x 45.5" Wide x 17.5" Deep
The photos included in this listing show the item you will receive. Listing includes only what is described and no additional items are included. Please review this listing carefully, and raise any questions before purchasing.
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