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Synonyms for clothespress

a closet where clothes are stored

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In the former, an overbearing clothes press (1764-66) designed by Robert Adam with exquisite carvings by Sefferin Alken dominates one end, while the three-dimensional vigour of Grinling Gibbons' carving is exemplified by some overdoor decorations (c.
A Welsh fruitwood love spoon, probably from 1805, was sold for pounds 2,160 while a Cape Dutch ebony and stinkwood clothes press fetched pounds 11,400.
The only thing Jen demanded in her suite at a posh Stockholm hotel was a clothes press, but her album launch party wasn't a quiet affair.
An 18th century clothes press, an example of the humbler type of furniture once found on farms and in country inns
circa 1740 classic Chippendale clothes press was originally filled with shelves for linens and garments.