An Early Ambrose Heal oak wardrobe, shaped sides to the gallery, one door with shaped, fielded panel, exposed dowel construction, patinated and repoussé hinges ending in heart shapes, patinated escutcheons and drop handle, panelled back, segmented arch apron, designed by Ambrose Heal, no. 240 in Heal's archive, in 1898. 166cm (65.5in) max high, 108cm (41.5in) wide, 46cm (18in) deep. The segmented arch apron first appears on this design and became a typical feature of Ambrose Heal's work. See: Oliver S Heal "Ambrose Heal and the Heal Cabinet Factory 1897 - 1939" p.153.
This is a matched pair to s6913
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