Lot 316
att. R.J. Horner & Co., Carved Mahogany Wardrobe
Lot Details & Additional Photographs
Late 19th century, one-part form, stop-fluted and relief carved arched pediment, foliate and urn carved frieze, central hinged beveled mirrored panel door flanked by fluted and reeded columns, over single drawer, raised on bun feet, numbered 17 to back.

91 x 47.5 x 25 in.

From the home of Durham philanthropist and banker, John Sprunt Hill, and his wife, Annie Watts Hill, who was the only daughter of George W. Watts, an original partner in the American Tobacco Corporation

Currently locked with no key; missing escutcheon; scuffs and scratches; pediment with chip and loss to front left corner.