Stag Minstrel Mahogany Finish Double Door Fitted Wardrobe With Shelves & Drawers

Stag Minstrel Mahogany Finish Double Door Fitted Wardrobe With Shelves & Drawers


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This is a Stag Minstrel freestanding double door wardrobe with a mahogany finish and probably dating from the late twentieth century. Internally the wardrobe has a hanging rail to the left-hand side with a similar shoe rail or rack below. To the right-hand side there are two small drawers with wooden shelves above and below. There is a mirror to the inside of the right-hand door and a wooden belt or tie rail to the inside of the left-hand door. Approximate dimensions are 96cm (37.75) in width and 59cm (23.25") in depth across the widest top part of the wardrobe and 176cm (69.25") in height.

The wardrobe is in very good condition with no damage and just a few minor signs of cosmetic wear. There is a small piece of veneer missing from the front edge of one of the shelves as shown in one of the photos. Apart from this there is just the odd mark or scratch from previous usage however nothing particularly noticeable.

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W96.0 x H176.0 x D59.0 cm



Wear condition




Date of manufacture


Place of origin

United Kingdom


Late 20th Century


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