A pretty and sensible sized oak 1930s tallboy with a hint of Art Deco – be it the slender chrome and Bakelite handles or its stepped feet…
Of a versatile height with a two handled cupboard and a lower useful drawer, this tallboy or dwarf wardrobe, which ever takes your fancy, is glowing well having enjoyed careful day to day use rather than been banished to a shed or outhouse! The lower drawer is running well and the interior with its little chrome tie rail is ready for shelf reinstatement or maybe you could add a rail to hold shirts etc. both an easy task for most folk.
Overall a very neat, tidy and good-looking piece of 1930s furniture.
Dimensions – Overall: Height 120.5cm x Width 74cm x Depth 46cm Dimensions – Specifically the Top Surface: Height 116.5cm
We include UK mainland delivery in the purchase price making life easier for clients. We utilise the services of two careful independent couriers. All items are carefully packed in house and transported blanket wrapped, secured and insured. Deliveries take in the region of 4-14 days depending on your location and you will be given a 2 hour delivery slot 24 hours before delivery takes place. If you are in a rush for a piece please let us know we may be able to express your order for an additional cost. Please email for International, Scotland and Ireland shipping quotes.
We enjoy specialising in British furniture and all its trimmings. Purchasing any item online can sometimes be a bit of concern, rest assured we are a successful partnership of a successful interior designer and a chap with a knack of finding some interesting pieces… We have many happy clients whether it be for commercial, restaurant or home use and are fortunate to work from a great looking rural property once used to home the Dray horses from Bass Brewery. A true mix of rural charm and gritty industrial which is customer friendly if you care to see the pieces in the flesh.
If in any doubt and /or wish to chat over a piece then please give us a call 01283 617377 or mail firstname.lastname@example.org