English Antique Style Mahogany Bookcase With Doors - For Sale
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Free Shipping Details Item SKU MB325 Shipping Free! Circa date 1960 Condition Good Wood Mahogany Dimensions Width - 38"
Depth - 17"
Height - 76"
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- Crafted in England c1960
- Mahogany construction
- Satinwood string inlays
- Solid brass hardware
- Astragal glass
- Locking doors
- 3 removable shelves
- Disassembles into top and bottom
- Very sturdy
- Some cosmetic wear
- Very good overall condition
This antique mahogany bookcase was crafted in England around the year 1960 as a Georgian period reproduction. The wood is a beautiful selection of mahogany inlaid with satinwood around the drawer fronts and lower cabinet doors. The upper doors are constructed with astragal glass; each pane is an individual piece of glass, which is a high-quality antique method for constructing glass doors. All three shelves–two in the top, and one in the bottom–are housed behind locking doors and are removable. The two drawers feature solid brass swan neck pulls and dovetailed joints. The bookcase itself disassembles very easily, as the top simply sits on the base. Overall this antique bookcase remains in very good condition, but it has sustained a number of cosmetic wear marks that you can see in the photos accompanying this listing. This level of distressing contributes to the genuine antique charm of this piece, which would make a fantastic addition to any period furniture collection.
This elegant antique mahogany bookcase was crafted in England around the year 1960.
Three removable shelves and two drawers provide convenient storage.
This bookcase looks great from any angle.
Shown here is the opposite side.
Dentil molding adorns the top.
All three shelves are removable.
Swan neck pulls adorn the drawer fronts.
Each drawer is made with dovetailed joints.
This bookcase has sustained a number of small superficial wear marks; this one on the counter is the most noticeable.
These feet, although they have sustained some stress marks over the years, remain very elegant and quite sturdy.
Shown here is the back.Have Questions?
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