Two-door wardrobe, carved from solid oak,
made in the second half of 1600 in France.
The wardrobe, completely restored,
has an original lock with a working key.
The interior, polished with shellac,
has a top shelf and a pole used for coat hanger.
The backrests are made up of 3 cm thick hand-worked transversal boards.
The carving of the three different panels repeats speculate on the two doors.
The exterior is in first patina with a wax finish.
The maximum width including the upper frame is 160 cm