Antique Armoires & Linen Presses
Dutch Mahogany Press with Bombe Base
Holland. Circa 1800.
This is a large mahogany linen press having shaped doors with applied moldings over bombe base with four drawers (2 over 2). The waved, arching pediment sets the tone for the lines below. Beautifully grained mahogany is used throughout this magnificent and imposing piece.Walnut Bonnetiere
France. Circa 1850.
Constructed of the finest walnut we’ve seen, this bonnetiere has a single, large door with two recessed panels. With a scalloped apron separating two French feet, this large cabinet is raised off the floor and given a lighter appearance than one would imagine is possible for such an imposing presence. Storage space abounds inside, with a depth that can easily be retrofitted to accommodate the largest of hangers. Large Dutch Linen Press
The Netherlands. Cira 1840.
Large Dutch, pale oak linen press with applique mouldings on recessed panel doors, half column sides with ebonized treatment and having brass mounts over deeply fluted and chamfered base on spade feet. Interior features five shallow drawers while exterior base has three very large drawers with brass ring pulls.