Antique George III Mahogany Linen PressSKU: by Marylebone Antiques
Antique George III Mahogany Linen Press
This is a really nice example of an early 19th century mahogany linen press & it has small proportions. It has a lovely rich colour & is in excellent condition. The top two cupboards have flame mahogany panels with a brass trim between the doors. Inside the cupboard are the original sliding trays. The bottom section has two over two drawers, with original turned handles & locks on the drawers. The top cornice has a flame mahogany surround & the drawer section sits on turned mahogany feet. I would date this linen press to around the 1820 period. It also comes apart into three sections, top cornice, cupboard section & drawer section.
Width – 42.3 inches, 115 cm
Depth – 21.3 inches, 54 cm
Height – 75.5 inches, 192 cm
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