An rare and impressive solid mahogany Anglo-Indian two-door armoire. Such is the quality of the timber used that not only the doors but also the sides of the piece are constructed with solid flame-mahogany panels, rather than the usual veneer. The doors are flanked with heavy spiral-turned columns which also feature boldly-carved Corinthian capitals. Each door also features finely-carved accent borders and the crown has a deeply carved molded cornice. The top is further embellished with a highly pierce-carved piece featuring a cherub’s head, wings and scrolled foliage. There are three original shelves present in the interior although the piece is deep enough to be fitted with a rod for hanging clothes. Truly a one-of-a-kind piece of furniture. Circa 1880.
66″ Wide x 27″ Deep x 101″ Tall.
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