RARE 19TH CENTURY ANTIQUE OAK CHIFFONIER BY HENRY WOODYER
Rare 19th Century Antique Oak Chiffonier by Henry Woodyer
A very rare antique oak chiffonier by Henry Woodyer for Twyford Moor House in 1861. Woodyer was an English architect, the only pupil of William Butterfield, who was a disiple of Pugin and The Ecclesiological Society. This antique Woodyer chiffonier was one of only a few, free standing pieces in the Twyford Moors House, Winchester. Made in solid oak in the Gothic Revival maner to match the house, the chiffonier features open oak shelving over a large, two door cupboard. The chiffonier was limed along with other existing furniture in 1933 after the house became a hotal. A very rare piece with such super provenance, beautifully made in a quality rarely seen today. In excellent condition.
Height: 173cm (68.11")
Width: 132cm (51.97")
Depth: 60cm (23.62")