A beautiful ornate Gothic style boudoir cabinet from the Victorian Era. It once belonged to the owners of Norris Castle in the Isle of Wight (which was frequently visited by Queen Victoria) but has found its way to the Lake District and awaits its new home. Despite it's age which has given it a nautral shabby chic look to it (please see photos) it is in good condition with beautiful fretwork on the door and a very clear mirror. It would look great in a bedroom to store perfumes and makeup but would look equally as good in a lounge or dining room as a drinks cabinet - definitely a conversation piece!
19th Century Ebonised Gothic Style Boudoir Cabinet
W 58cm H 132cm D 34cm
Free collection via appointment from Cartmel.
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