Victorian Wardrobes were an essential piece of bedroom furniture, especially towards the end of the 19th century when they were part of a large bedroom suite. They varied in size from the smaller single to the larger three section triple wardrobe. The main timbers used were Mahogany and Oak along with decorative carvings or inlays used with quality brass handles and fittings. Quite often they would have a hanging section and several fitted drawers in the interior along with a shoe box. These pieces of antique furniture are ideal for a large clothes collection, as you have hanging, drawers and occasionally slides, all concealed by beautifully figured doors. Some of the more sought after designs, are in Burr Walnut with the original bevelled mirror and deep enough for a modern day hanging rail. Occasionally they can also be converted to have the fitted slides replaced with a hanging rail, so more useful for today’s clothes storage, but we always recommend to keep the original slides, so they can be re instated if you decide to sell it in the future. Have a look below at our lovely examples available for sale.