A cupboard built in triangular form designed to stand or hang in the corner of a room as a space-saving measure. The doors are either panelled or glazed. Freestanding corner cupboards with an upper and lower section are scarce, and most that come onto the market are of the later Victorian to early Edwardian period. The smaller hanging corner cupboards are much more readily available. Australian made corner cabinets are extremely scarce.
An ornately carved fretwork cedar hanging corner cabinet, Adelaide, circa 1885, 81 cm high, 34 cm wide, 21 cm deep. Literature: Australian Furniture: Pictorial History and Dictionary, 1788-1938, Kevin Fahy and Andrew Simpson, Casuarina Press Ptd Ltd, Wooll
Colonial Australian cedar Beaconsfield wardrobe, mid 19th century. Single bank of drawers flanked by 2 doors with hanging space. Full cedar, most likely N.S.W origin. Height 208 cm, width 230 cm, depth 67 cm
A West Australian jarrah Colonial two door. Gentleman's press, c.1870-1880, maker unknown, having a two door upper robe, with interior hanging, hooks, over a lower two drawer chest of drawers. Note: with a rich warm colour patination. Height 182.5 cm. Widt
A Continental Art Noveau Ash and marquetry armoire in the manner of Emile Galle, late 19th century, the moulded and panelled cornice above an asymmetrical arrangement of a tall door enclosing a hanging space, a shorter mirrored door enclosing shelves, and
An Australian full cedar gentleman's wardrobe, circa 1845 the moulded inverted breakfront cornice above a pair of central rectangular panelled cupboard doors, enclosing hanging space and a single long drawer, flanked by two pointed arched panelled cupboard
An Australian cedar and ebony inlaid gentleman's press, circa 1835, the moulded corners above and ebony line inlaid frieze above a pair of flamed cedar panelled doors enclosing hanging space and four slides, above two short and two long graduated drawers e
Victorian cedar break fronted wardrobe large wardrobe with 3 doors. Centre door with 4 drawers and 2 shelves behind surrounded by 2 doors with clothes hanging and drawer below, 213 cm wide, 73 cm deep, 212 cm high
A Hungarian Art Nouveau figured Ash armoire late, 19th century, with a pair of doors enclosing hanging space (originally with shelves) above a pair of low drawers, on low bracket feet, the cornice and doors with an all-embracing applied circular design, th
An Australian cedar and rose mahogany gentleman's press by Andrew Lenehan, circa 1843, the central section with a pair of rose mahogany panelled doors enclosing shelves above five long drawers, flanked by pointed arched cupboard doors enclosing hanging spa
An Australian cedar and rose mahogany linen press, circa 1860, the ogee moulded cornice above a pair of arched panelled cupboard doors enclosing a later hanging rod and two short drawers, above two short and two long graduated drawers with large turned han
A Victorian cedar wardrobe, the fall cornice above two panelled doors enclosing an interior fitted with linen slides, a drawer and hanging space, above an apron drawer raised on a plinth base, 153 x 224 x 64 cm.
An Australian cedar two door wardrobe, circa 1830, the ogee moulded cornice above a pair of cupboard doors each with two flamed cedar panels and flanked by pilasters with roundels to the top, enclosing hanging space with three short drawers and three linen
An Australian two door cedar wardrobe, circa 1830, the ogee moulded cornice above a pair of matched ribbon grained panelled doors with wide cross-banding and a stepped arch to the top, flanked by a pair of plain columns with turned capitals and bases, encl
An Australian cedar gentleman's press in greek revival taste, circa 1825-30, the architectural cornice with acrotia decoration to either side, above a pair of flamed and cross-banded cupboard doors flanked by Australian rosewood columns, enclosing hanging
An Australian full cedar breakfront wing wardrobe, circa 1870, the central section with moulded cornice above a pair of raised moulded arched panelled doors flanked by plain pilasters with stylised acanthus leaf capitals, enclosing hanging space above thre
A fine and rare J. Sly early colonial cedar wing wardrobe Australian, Sydney, with 'J. Sly' impressed marks to rear panels, a very impressive master-crafted piece with excellent finish and rich colour. to a design based on G. Smith, (1808) and W. Smee & So
An Alexander Norton cedar hanging wall cabinet, Australian, Sydney bears trade label of Alexander Norton to the back 95 x 76x xx 26 cm bears trade label of Alexander Norton to the back 52-54 hunter Street, active at this address 1879-99 p. 99 1788-1938 Dic
A 19th century Australian cedar and rose mahogany wardrobe of Germanic influence, NSW, the large cross banded moulded cornice above a pair of arched cupboard doors with rose mahogany panels enclosing five linen slides to one side and hanging space to the o
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