This double body cupboard was designed by David Linley.
- Chinese cabinet from the end of the 19th century - Made of natural-colored wood - Three internal wooden shelves - Opening rose window
- A tall antique Victorian 19th-century pitch pine wardrobe or armoire - Three paneled doors with three keys and tassels - Two drawers with wooden knob handles - The wardrobe stands on four bun feet
This Scandinavian style wardrobe was produced in the 1960s in Sweden.
This Art Deco wardrobe is made of mahogany.
This one-of-a-kind wardrobe was made in Zarauz, the Basque Country, Spain during the 1930s by Eguzki, a luxury furniture maker founded in the beginning of the 20th Century. The exterior is made of walnut, and the interior is in zebrawood, all with nickel-plated fittings. This piece will require two weeks to be packed.
This French wardrobe is from the end of the 18th-century and is made of solid wood and walnut root. It features inlays and details in maple and ebony.
This Art Deco style wardrobe is from the 1930s . The frame is in white lacquered wood, and the brass handles and joints, central glass door. The interior space is divided as shown: a central space with clothes hangers, and a right door to conceal five shelves and a drawer.
This Louis XV wardrobe in oak was produced in the 18th century.
This wardrobe has three large oak veneer sliding doors with long lacquered black handles and was produced circa 1950.
- Classicist wardrobe dated 1761 - Made of stained oak - Surface was treated with natural shellac polish - Professionaly restored
The Kalahari wardrobe by designers Claesson Koivisto Rune has an intricate herringbone pattern applied on the doors with a hand tool through a demanding, labor-intensive process by the craftsmen and women of Mabeo in Botswana. This expertly hand applied pattern is organic, yet precise. A hanging rail, shelves, and optional drawers result in a cabinet that is versatile and functional. The Kalahari wardrobe is handmade in Botswana using sustainable hardwood and veneers.
Der dreieckige Bereich hinter der Spiegeltür bietet Platz für 80 Kleidungsstücke auf Kleiderbügeln. Der Schrank wird an vier Punkten an beiden Wänden befestigt.
This large antique wardrobe dates to the late 18th century and is made from walnut and fir. The walnut columns feature a boiserie design (woven carvings). There are interior shelves, and the locks and additional hardware are all original.
- Dutch Art Nouveau armoire or wardrobe, 1900s - Solid oak with original brass handles on doors and drawers - Original beveled mirror and original beveled glass - With metal bar for hanging and three original oak shelves with seven drawers - Can be disassembled for easy transport - In original condition
This Art Deco cupboard in walnut veneer on mahogany features an interior with a sliding metal hanger and shelves.
- Large modernist bird´s-eye maple veneer wardrobe - With brass and leather fittings - In original condition
- Art Deco Amsterdam School wardrobe in solid oak - Designed by Fa.Drilling Amsterdam during the 1920s - Has solid Macassar ebony knobs and decorations - Features three oak shelves and a brass rod for hanging clothes - Can be dismantled