Antique Georgian Wardrobes are the earliest form of wardrobe built by master craftsmen using traditional hand crafted techniques. They were built between the periods of 1714 to the later Regency period of 1830 and mainly built in Mahogany timbers. They were made with turned pegs or wig hooks and would usually have a fitted interior with deep drawers for clothes. Although they can be quite plain in design, the quality of figured timbers used on the doors, make them really stunning pieces to look at and they can really finish off a bedroom. Sometimes they have a fitted interior, similar to the linen press and quite often these get taken out and replaced with a hanging rail for more modern coat hangers. Its always best to try to find them in as original condition as possible but hanging is quite often more suitable than drawers, for clothes storage. The Georgian wardrobe would have been a one off, custom built piece made to order, so they are always different and unique. Have a look below at our lovely examples available for sale.