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Bruce C. Phillips, Est. 1983

Early 20th Century Anglo-Indian Mahogany Armoire
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Early 20th Century Anglo-Indian Mahogany Armoire

Product #: FCP-08

A tall and splendid piece of Anglo Raj history, this carved mahogany armoire from Kolkata, India was constructed in three pieces for ease of transport. The wardrobe features a beveled mirrored center section with lock and key that opens to four shelves and two drawers inside; a claw foot base with pull-out drawer; and a carved floral crown with finials. Note that the cabinet is in its original condition, with some isolated distress to the finish as well as a few expected spots and crackles in the mirror (shown in photos).
Dimensions: 96.50" height x 44.63" width x 19.75" depth

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