Bookcases & Display Cabinets

Antique Edwardian Mahogany Revolving Bookcase

Small antique mahogany revolving bookcase table, dating to around the 1910 period, which is in good original condition. This is a very useful piece of furniture, with a great design. The top section can hold quite a lot of books & spins around on the base, which has shaped legs & a bottom shelf.

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Antique Georgian Style Mahogany Breakfront Bookcase

Very impressive, mahogany breakfront bookcase, with four astral glazed doors above & four flame mahogany panelled doors below. The top of this bookcase has a dental cornice, with tear drop mouldings. Inside the top cupboards are fully adjustable shelves & the bottom cupboards have single shelves inside. This bookcase is excellent quality & has a nice original colour, with plenty of character. I believe it might have been made by a firm called 'Bevan Funnel' in the 1950's. It's in very good condition & it is structurally sound. Because of it's size it will separate into two sections for easier transportation.

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Antique Victorian Mahogany Library Bookcase

Large antique Victorian mahogany 2 section bookcase, with two glazed doors on the top & two panelled doors below. The corners of this bookcase are rounded & it comes apart into two sections. It has adjustable shelves in the top section & a single shelf in the base. I would date this piece to around the 1860's period & it's in good original condition. There are various old markings & indentations showing on the surface, which give this piece plenty of character, but if you like your antiques looking new, then this is not for you. This bookcase is structurally sound, with no splits or warps & it has working locks & keys.

£ 1250.00 + VAT

Antique French Ormolu Mounted Corner Cabinet

Antique French glazed corner cabinet with wonderful quality gilt mounts & a pierced gilt metal gallery. It's in lovely original condition & is fine quality throughout. Behind the door are two glass shelves & the original lining fabric which is still in good condition. There is also some fine inlay work on the door panel. The predominate wood of this cabinet is mahogany, while the door panel looks like walnut & some other lighter wood. The inlays are of other more exotic wood. Please enlarge the images to see the quality of the castings. This cabinet also has a working lock & key. I would date it to around the 1910 period.

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