Regency Specialists in the Antiques Trade
Attributed to GILES GRENDEY, Cabinet-Maker
circa 1745 - 1755
The broken architectural pediment sits above two faded flamed mahogany 'cartouche' panelled doors. The clothes press opens to reveal the original oak-lined trays. The trays still retain the original embroidery and stud work decoration to the front edges. The clothes press is low-waisted and sits on two short and one long drawer. The oak-lined drawers retain the original gilt brass handles and escutcheons and the press stands on ogee bracket feet.
Height 204.00cm (80.31 inches)
Width 122.00cm (48.03 inches)
Depth 56.00cm (22.05 inches)
Stock No: F986