19TH CENTURY WESTMORELAND ANTIQUE PINE CUPBOARD Ref:C733A
19th Century Westmoreland Antique Pine Cupboard
This unusual antique pine cupboard is made in two parts, the lower section having two large storage drawers with the original tunred handles and squat bun feet.
The upper section has two long cupboard doors with three large, bow fronted drawers to the centre, most probably for top hats.
To top off this lovely antique pine cupboard is a stepped deep, moulded cornice. The two cupboard have hooks for hanging, but could easily be fitted with shelves.
This antique pine cupboard was made in Kirkby Stephen, North Yorkshire by the cabinet maker, Thomas Punch. The bottom of the drawers are signed with the information.
All in very good, solid, clean and correct condition. Perfect to use in a hallway for storing coats and stuff or as a wardobe in a bedroom.
Height: 205cm (80.71")
Width: 140cm (55.12")
Depth: 55cm (21.65")