Bookcases & Display Cabinets

Antique Georgian Style Flame Mahogany Bookcase on Drawers

This antique Georgian style flame mahogany bookcase is really good quality & has some wonderful features. The top cornice has a dental moulding & the two astral glazed doors have a gothic design. There is a brushing slide below the doors & below that are three drawers with original brass handles. All of it sits on ogee feet. This bookcase has lovely small proportions & is in good original condition. The flame mahogany has very striking figuring. I would date this piece to around the 1950-60's period & I believe it was made by Bevan Funnell.

Antique Queen Anne Style Burr Walnut Bookcase

Antique Queen Anne style walnut slim bookcase or display cabinet, with a glazed upper section & a cupboard below. A very useful slim item which could be used for books or display & storage. The top section has an arched astral-glazed door & inside are four shelves. It's in good condition having just been polished & dates from around the 1930's period. The front is burr walnut with figured walnut on the sides & there are working keys for both doors.

Antique Edwardian Mahogany Slim Bookcase

This antique Edwardian mahogany slim bookcase is really fine quality & in lovely original condition. It also has some lovely intricate features, so please take an enlarged look at all the images. There is a lot of blind fretwork detail all over this cabinet. It has a single astral-glazed door, with three shelves inside. The bottom section has three drawers with original decorative brass handles & it sits on strong legs which have nice brackets on the corners. The drawers are finely dovetailed & are oak lined. This bookcase dates to around the 1900-10 period.

Antique Georgian Style Flame Mahogany Bookcase

Good quality antique Georgian style mahogany bookcase, with bevelled glass on the top cupboards & inlaid flame mahogany doors below. The top section has adjustable shaped shelves & there is one shelf in the bottom half. This bookcase is in lovely condition & has just been polished. I would say it dates from around the 1950's period.