Peter Waals After Gimson Designs A Cotswold bed room suite including:
A four door finely matched figured quarter-sawn oak wardrobe with double raised fielded panels to each of the four doors and with double fluted chip carving to the frames with exposed dovetails to the base, feet and sides with 'nip' latch key handles to the doors, chamfered through tenons to the front of the plinth and lozenge carving to the front and the side of the plinth; hanging to one section of the inside and six sliding trays above a drawer with shaped grip handles to the other with cedar linings to the interior and panelled back, circa 1930, 179cm (70.5in) high, 182cm (71.5in) max wide, 61cm (24in) max deep.
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