1880’s Solid Walnut Wardrobe
This 19th century wardrobe stands nearly 8 feet tall, displaying the beautiful grain of solid walnut wood on its doors and sides. Coming from the 1880s, this wardrobe was influenced by the era’s popular Eastlake style which is seen in the use of panels, lightly incised carvings, and emphasis on geometric shapes. The raised panels were accented with burled walnut veneer. The wardrobe has an expansive interior with a shelf at the top and several hooks for hanging items vertically. Other notable details include two drawers, large crown, and casters.
94in tall; 51in wide; 25.5in deep