Antique Hall Cupboards are a slim design quite often with a hanging rail like a hall wardrobe so designed to store your coats, hats and scarves. These were mainly built in the late Victorian period from around 1880 to the Edwardian period. They were not overly produced so can be quite difficult to find but we do get very nice examples in stock. The woods used in construction was mainly Oak and Walnut but some earlier examples were in Mahogany, quite plain in design but sometimes with simple carvings. Also Earlier large Georgian cupboards were adapted by Edwardian cabinet makers to be smaller and converted into the slim hall cupboard as this would fit into the new smaller properties. Have a look below at our lovely examples available for sale.