Seller: coppiceoldpine (25) 100%, Location: Ross on Wye, Herefordshire, Ships to: Free Local Pickup, Item: 282274723486 "Mr Herbert upholsterer lined this wardrobe for Messers Cookes and Son February 8th 1862".The above copper plate handwritten inscription was found when the old lining was removed.This magnificent mid Victorian breakfront wardrobe is comprised of four separate sections: Plinth, cornice, left, centre and right section.Made exclusively out of oak barring the panelled back and floors which were made out of pine.This piece needs to be viewed in person to fully appreciate the quality and craftsmanship of this magnificent piece. We can only convey so much online....! Dimensions: 9ft wide x 86" high x 26" deep at side (275cm w. 219cm h. 66cm d.) It is currently on display at our Showrooms in Ross on Wye ready for collection or local delivery. For further information and/or additional photos please be in touch. Check out my other items! Local one man delivery can be arranged (Gloucestershire, Monmouthshire, Herefordshire, Forest of Dean) please contact us for details OR Collect from our established retail outlet: Ross Furniture Showrooms, Gloucester Road, Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire, HR9 5NBOpen Tuesday-Saturday from 10.30am-4pm 01989 769625 Out of hours please contact Robin on 07967 274381 Please note that timber, as a natural product, is prone to shrinkage in different atmospheric conditions Condition: Antique items will have features consistent with wear and tear proportionate to their age. We will draw attention in the main description below, to any significant feature of the item’s condition that is not evident in the photos.It is in nobody’s interest that we supply any item which does not live up to expectation. So Having ‘moused’ over the photos please contact us, as necessary, for any further information prior to purchase.