Stained beech, brass
82cm high x 68cm wide (closed) or 136cm wide (open) x 2cm deep
Place of origin
Canons Ashby, Northamptonshire (Accredited Museum)
A stained beech folding towel, or clothes, horse, English, late 19th/early 20th century. Of one wide and two short, hinged flanking sides, all with three rails, and between ring-turned columnar uprights with pear-shaped turned finials and elongated turned pear-shaped feet.
Purchased by the National Trust circa 2012.