I am looking for the bolt fixings for a large (mahogany/walnut?) wardrobe whose fixings were lost in delivery. However I am mystified as to what mechanism was used - looking for guidance on what clues the holes left may offer. It was from a house clear I believe so no way of going back to a previous owner. Searched everything I can think of to no avail.
My challenge is what fixing allowed a bolt to be secured on the end not screwed into the threaded insert. Is this some type of unusual cam lock? There is a conical hole from which the other end of a bolt could be partially accessed but I am not aware of any cam style mechanism that works in this way. Access holes/cam nuts have straight sides - and being solid hardwood any fixing would have had to be strong. Any ideas on what mechanism might match here? I’ve looked all over for markings that might indicate make and so narrow down search but nothing other than a stamped underlined 6 on each section.
All ideas much appreciated! Jonny