Antique Bow Fronted Wardrobes were first introduced in the Late Victorian era, but was most popular in the Edwardian period, usually built using the finest Walnut and Mahogany timbers. Only a skilled cabinet maker could build this as the shape is a bow or curved at the front so is more difficult than the standard flat front. They were mainly with two doors and occasionally with a drawer below, although you can see larger triple wardrobes with this shape. Some of the renowned furniture makers specialised in these shaped pieces like Maple and Co or Wylie and Lochhead. These antique wardrobes are quite a stunning design and very beautiful pieces of antique furniture also very useful with lots of clothes hanging. Have a look below at our lovely examples available for sale.
Edwardian Wardrobes for sale
Below is some sold examples, if any are of interest let us know as we often get similar styles in stock.
Edwardian Bow Fronted antique Mahogany Double Wardrobe.
Dating from around 1900 in the Edwardian period this antique mahogany double wardrobe has a beautiful bow front. It is topped with a bow fronted cornice, having dental moulding, which sits above two doors with beautifully figured quarter veneered panels. The doors also have moulded edges , decorative carved motifs, a brass clash mould and the original quality brass handle. The interior has a single fixed shelf above a brass hanging rail.
- Nick Cowdery,
Items presented in very good condition, good service, reasonable price and prompt delivery.
Hi James, the wardrobe arrived promptly at 5 past 11. Many thanks to you and to the delivery men, who struggled upstairs with it but with great care. It looks very well. Stephen
Hello James,Just a quick email to thank you very much for the speedy delivery of the wardrobe, it’s certainly very good quality and I hope my client will be very happy with it. Please also convey my thanks to your driver and father in law, they were very helpful and professional. I hope we will be able to do business again in the future. Kind regards Mick