Early Victorian inlaid Mahogany dwarf linen press


United Kingdom

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Early Victorian inlaid Mahogany dwarf linen press

This is a truly exceptional piece of English furniture. Dated to around 1840. The quality is absolutely stunning with marquetry inlaid patterns over the entire piece, which the closer you get the more details you will see. It is known as a dwarf linen press with the pull out shelves in the centre but it would certainly work well as a sideboard as the graduated drawers offer great storage as do the shelves. It stands on six beautifully turned legs. Because these raise the piece off the ground slightly it takes on a real elegance that although it is a traditional piece it wouldn't need to be placed in a traditional interior. The scale of the piece is very impressive and matched with the detailed marquetry and heavy brass handles makes this a hugely decorative piece of furniture. The condition overall is very good. It is handsome and shows its age well with no major faults. It comes complete with a key and working locks to the doors but not the drawers. A very special piece.

Height 121cm Width 206cm Depth 54cm


  • H: 121cm (47.64in)
  • W: 206cm (81.10in)
  • D: 54cm (21.26in)



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My name is Matt Dixon and for as long as I can remember I have had a love for history and design which I find relate very closely.

Since starting up TallBoy Interiors 3 years ago, I have learnt so much about what works together and I find that you can mix modern and classic pieces to create a truly unique design.

I am not afraid to express myself through the items I buy as I believe your home should represent as much about you as the way you dress.  Everyone has their own style and that is what makes this business so interesting.

As trends change, the pieces that appear on the open market change, and that keeps me thinking of how it can work in a design.

I want to provide a service that is totally personal to the client and help them use their imagination to create something unique.

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